my husban served 27 days in jail for threatening my neighbor through the phone, a misdemeanor, and now has an immigration hold. However, in 2006 my petition for relative (I-130) was approved, and is currently in process. Does he still have a chanc...
This really depends on a number of issues, including how long your husband has been in the United States, how he entered the United States, how many entries he has into the United States and what he was specifically convicted of, to name a few. I would strongly recommend that you speak with an experienced immigration attorney to evaluate your options. When you do speak with an attorney, be sure to bring as much of his immigration paperwork and criminal paperwork as possible, so that the attorney can review it.See question
I have never gotten an answer from USCIS that the I-130 was approved or denied. Why would the DOS return it?
This occasionally happens with USCIS. They will sometimes mistakenly forward the application to DOS without actually approving it, or with incomplete information. As a result, DOS has to send it back to USCIS for them to fill in the missing information or complete the process on their end. USCIS should finish their part and issue a decision on the I-130 before sending it on to DOS again. Once the I-130 gets to DOS (the National Visa Center), DOS will contact you for the next part of the process.See question
Her son is now 18 years old. She was caught one time when she was corssing and they found out she was getting WIC for her child and she was arrested and they took away her Visa. My question is, now that her son is 18 (U.S. Born), can she apply for...
A U.S. citizen child cannot file a relative petition for their parent until the child is 21 years old. Aside from that, more information would be necessary in this case regarding when your aunt illegally reentered to have her second child in the U.S. and exactly how many entries and exits she has. It would be a good idea to have your aunt schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney to review the details of her case.See question
we have been together for six years and have two children. We would like to get married but we cant find anywhere to get married because he doesnt have all the required papers. Do you know where or how we can get married?
Where you can get married generally depends on the rules of the county clerk of court. There are quite a few places that allow people to get married without both parties having a social security number, or a U.S. driver's license. The best option might be to search county clerk websites in counties close to you to see if your boyfriend might qualify to apply for a license in a different county. If nothing will work, you may try a different state. County clerks often list the license requirements online.See question