Without knowing full details of self employment taxation, i drive as a rideshare driver few times with L1 visa. After i came to know that L1 visa should do independent contractor, i stopped rideshare. What's the impact of that in my visa further w...
You technically violated your L1 status, even though without knowing what you did was not permitted. You would need to disclose that in your extension application and can only get a new visa in your home country. If you had less than 180 days of unauthorized employment, you can still adjust in the US when you pursue your green card. Good luck.See question
my I-94 is stamped for 2 months, Me & my fiancee need some more time to build some understanding so can i able to extend my stay for six more months or more? if yes How ?
You are required to get married without 90 days. Unfortunately, your fiancée status cannot be extended.See question
My ex-wife and I were married when we came to the US in 2005. We divorced in 2008. We have a daughter how is a minor. My ex-wife and my daughter are US residents because they adjusted their status through marriage to a US citizen. I am a resident ...
If your child is under 18 and living with your wife who is becoming a US citizen, there is no need for her to have full custody. This was the requirement, but is no longer required.See question
Hi, my boyfriend and I live together in Phoenix (AZ). I am on a F-1 visa status, while he just finished his master and he is currently working for a company on a OPT status. The company will apply for his H1B. We are both from the same European co...
I don't see any problem at all for you to obtain benefits through your boyfriend's employer or the City of Phoenix. These are separate issues from your Immigration status.
As long as you are maintaining your F1 status, you are okay.
I am on H4 and I applied for F1 COS. I got an employer who is ready to file my H1 cap except. I would prefer being on H1 rather than F1, but definitely want a COS. processing time for both is variable is what i have been told. How will this work?...
This is going to be very hard to time perfectly. If you F1 COS is pending, you can just file the H1b now. Chances are your F1 will be approved way before your H1b. Good luck!See question
Hi All, My wife is in H1 visa and was on maternity leave for last 8 months, and now we want to convert back to H4, whats the procedure? Note: Her H1 Validity is just for 2 months now and due for extension. thank you!
I assume you are on H1B. She can just files for her H4 now, but she needs to demonstrate that she is maintaining valid H1B status. While H1B is allowed to take maternity leave, 8 months seem to be way longer than a regular maternity leave (2 months). It is possible that she has other circumstances to justify the long leave, but it is her burden to prove that she is maintaining H1B status. Good luck.See question
I am a foreign student, who's F1 visa got revoked in March 2017 due to a DUI arrest. I was later convicted of DUI in June 2017, I served 1 day in jail for the DUI misdemeanour and after my jail term was done, the jail authorities transferred me to...
You need to speak with a lawyer specializing in removal defense asap. Do not take the VD before you have fully consulted with a lawyer.See question
I am trying to change the status from H4 to F1. I would appreciate if you could let me know the duration that is being currently taken by Phoenix or Dallas lockbox?
Average is about 90 days, give or take a few weeks.See question
im a little concern if i will get married then it will take a little longer for may parents to get here
The marriage case will take about 8 to 10 months. Then, you will get conditional permanent residence and you will need to remove it in 2 years. If everything goings well. You will be eligible to apply for US citizenship about 4 years from now. Then you can petition for your parents, a process that will take about 8 to 12 months roughly. Good luck.See question
This is really hard to say. It depends on the seriousness of the offense and what needs to be done. If it is related to immigration, you may need to retain a separate immigration counsel as well to ensure that you minimize immigration consequences of any criminal conviction. I recommend you consult with an attorney.See question