first they say to submit information to U.S. Department of Homeland Security, PO Box 648004, Lee's Summit, MO 64002, and than they say again for express mail, or courier deliveries, send it to USCSI, Attention: Adjustment of Status, 850 NW Chipman...
You will use the PO Box if you are using regular or priority mail to send your response. If you are using express mail, or FedEx, or another similar courier, then you will use the street address. I recommend always sending correspondence via a method that can be tracked and which will allow you to obtain proof of delivery if needed (priority mail, certified mail, FedEx, etc.).
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I just checked my status from my application of I-765 ( Application for Employment Authorization ) and it says " NEW CARD IS BEING PRODUCED " On November 22, 2016, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number xxxxxxxxxxxxx , and will mail it to the...
Your employment authorization document, also referred to as a work permit, has been approved and ordered for production.
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my wife came in to the Us with a visitor visa. we got married in the 4 months she came. now her visa Expired. i want to summit the i130 for her for her perrmanent visa do i have to fill a separate paper to ajust her visa?? can she stay in the us...
I agree with my colleague. Definitely consult with an attorney because even minor violations of the law can result in inadmissibility thus rendering her ineligible for residency. I wish you both the best of luck!See question
My husband and I have been married for 2 years. He got deported 2 months ago. We never got the chance to change his legal status before he got deported. What do I do?
I agree with my colleague. You are still legally married until a court dissolves the marriage and enters a judgement of divorce or decree of dissolution. If you are still interested in assisting your husband legally return to the U.S. as a resident, I recommend consulting with an immigration attorney to discuss the details of his immigration history and the options available. Best of luck to you!See question
When will the Family 4th Preference category Phase-out through which U.S. Citizens can sponsor brothers and sisters? This question is based on the info from link "https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/immigration-reform---file-family-preference...
There is no way to know if this will ever happen. While it was proposed in the past, as indicated in the post you reference, the provision did not pass both houses of Congress and never made it to the President for review and consideration for signing.See question
I am US citizen and I want to apply for my parents and my brother who is 19 year old and unmarried. Is it possible that my brother can come to USA with my parents?
Unfortunately, while your parents do not have to wait for a visa to become available to them because they are parents of a U.S. citizen, your brother cannot immigrate with them because this visa category does not allow family members to accompany the immigrant. Since your brother is not an immediate relative (spouse, child under 21, or parent of a U.S. citizen), he must wait in the visa line for a visa to become available and the wait is more than a decade when a sibling is petitioning for you. Your parents, once they become residents, could petition for him as long as he stays unmarried but it is still a long wait.See question
How old does my husband have to be to help me get a green card and how long do we have to be married in order to get my green card , also after getting a green card how long do I have to wait to get my citizenship . & about how much does it cost t...
There is no minimum age for your husband to be able to petition for you. There is also no required length of time that you must be married before he can petition for you though you may receive only conditional residency if your marriage is less than two years old at the time your residency is approved (if eligible). Your eligibility for a green card depends on several factors, such as when and how you entered the United States and well as your criminal and overall immigration history. Once you obtain residency (green card) you can apply to become a citizen in 3 years (if married to a U.S. citizen); otherwise, you must wait 5 years. I would recommend consulting with an immigration attorney in your area before filing anything with USCIS. Immigration will not refund filing fees if they deny your application.
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I applied for i-485 under 245(i) back in Oct 2015 and it got denied. I also applied for i-290b in Mar 2016 and got denied also because I was NOT immediately entitled for an immigrant visa. USCIS claimed my i-130 (filed by ex-wife) in July 2000, go...
Your questions require additional information to properly guide you. However, to determine if a visa is available to you, you should refer to the State Department's Visa Bulletin which is published each month. You can access the visa bulletin here: https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/law-and-policy/bulletin.html. As for payment of the 245i penalty: no, you would not need to pay it again you can provide proof that it was previously paid. Regardless of these answers, I highly recommend that you consult with an immigration attorney in your area because there are several issues that must be addressed, such as proving that you are grandfathered since the petition filed by your former spouse was abandoned and identifying your current petitioner and priority date/visa availability, etc. You cannot adjust your status based on the petition your former spouse filed because 1) the relationship no longer exists and 2) the petition was never approved.
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I am travelling to Arizona for work. I entered on a K1 visa, got married, applied for i-485 within 90 days, everything that I was supposed to. I have my EAD with 512 AP. What documents should I bring with me to avoid hassles at the internal checkp...
I agree with my colleagues. Bringing the documents you have mentioned will be sufficient for you to demonstrate that you are here lawfully in the country and have an application pending with USCIS.
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