We got married in Philippines and lived there. She has 10 year B1 visa. Now living in states.
There is no such status as married nonimmigrant. She can file for adjustment of status to permanent resident here in the US without returning home to the P.I. If she intends on living here and if she didn't have preconceived intent to immigrate when she last entered the U.S. This is a very fact specific scenario and you should at least consult with an attorney.See question
Im a filipina. My husband is a fil-american. We got married here in the philippines. He went back to US after 9 months. Then he just stopped communicating after 1 year he was back in US. I learned he was living with another woman. I tried contacti...
The initial application is called an I-130. It requires his signature. Later you would need to furnish an affidavit of support containing a lot of your husbands financial information, and also signed by him. While technically you may still be married to him, I am doubtful you could succeed in getting permanent residence without seriously misrepresenting your situation or his participation.See question
my husband filed I130 for me and for our children.my husband is green card holder.it was already approved last july and currently processing in NVC..now that my husband paid the AOS and the immigrant visa processing fee,the NVC instruct me to fill...
Not so fast... Did you say that your husband already filed adjustment of status applications? Is that what you meant when you said he paid the AOS and the immigrant visa processing fee? Why not just stay here and wait for them to get approved? The numbers are current in family 2B preference. As long as the decision to stay and adjust was made AFTER you arrived in July you don't have preconceived immigrant intent. You should talk to an expert about this, but I'm thinking you should just stay here and finish processing adjustment with USCIS and forget about consular processing with the dept. of State.See question
A friend of mine had over stayed her visa and her then bf wanted to marry her. They were able to obtain a marriage license in las vegas, however my friend find out that he was cheating. They ended up not getting married and broke up. I am aware t...
It shouldn't be a problem. There was no marriage and so no marriage was recorded at the Clark County recorders office. There may be a record somewhere of the issuance of the license, but all it may show is the intent to marry the prior bf. seriously, I wouldnt worry too much about that issue. Whether there are other, more substantial issues should be the subject of a lawyer consultation. Good luck.See question
I had my Biometrics on October, 25, 2012 and Im still waiting for my approval?
They are taking longer now than they did originally. Have you checked your case status on the USCIS.gov website? As long as you can see your case on their site, you should be okay.See question
he was in jail last 8 yrs he was supposed to help me get this divorce over and done with however they deported him so now no contact i just want to get this over and done with how can i start this .
This isn't really an immigration matter. But I am also licensed in Nevada and can give legal advice on family law, too. You can serve him by publication and enter a default judgment against him if he cannot be served. It will take a few months to do and be more expensive than a joint petition or uncontested divorce where he would sign the papers, but it can be done.See question
i am a US citizen. my husband came here in the US without inspection. filed a petition (I130) for him and got approved last 2007. since i know that he cannot adjust status here in the US we didn't pursue any further action.>>in the proposed provis...
My colleague Ms. Tunitsky is right. The final regulations have not been published yet. However my understanding is that to qualify for the new stateside processing you cannot have already paid the visa bill. Otherwise you will proceed under the current system. You should wait until. The regs are final and see an experienced immigration attorney for a consultationSee question
I left because my mother was very sick. Would I have a problems with an immigrations when I ll be return in USA ?
Impossible to say without more details. In general, the issue is did you abandon your residency or not. The answer depends on a multitude of factors. Best to consult with a qualified local lawyer, or I'd you are outside the country, arrange for a telephonic consultation. Best of luck!See question
There are certain instances where you may be a citizen automatically when you parents naturalize. But you haven't give enough facts to determine whether you would or not. What is your current immigration status? how old are you? If you are a permanent resident and under 18, you may be. It would have nothing to do with your parents income tax filing, though. Best to make a consultation with an attorney who can get all the facts and then explain the laws to you. Good luck.See question
I applied for naturalization in california last year and passed the interview test waited for a decision more than 5 months didn't hear from them, my attorney wanted write a mandamus but i wanted to move out of state and didn't do that , i withd...
Get a local attorney and go down to the USCIS office on an info pass appointment and find out what the story is. You may not have to file a mandamus.See question