My green card expires today, Feb 20, 2016. I mailed I-751 on Feb 18, 2016 with priority express mail. It was supposed to be delivered yesterday by 3pm. Unfortunately, it was not and it is now 27h after the guaranteed delivery time and it is still...
You may want to call the National Service number on Monday.
There are all kinds of things you can do if your application is rejected for being late. As long as you are still married to an American citizen, your problem--if there turns out to be a problem--can be solved.See question
I fileded my I-485, I-131 and I-765 petitions concurrently with I-140 from my employer two weeks ago. Today I received a rejection notice letter for my I-765 because I signed in the wrong blank.. They requested resubmission. Originally, I didn't h...
Should not have to pay fee. When you resubmit, you may want to include the fee receipt for I 485 and indicate that the I 775 was submitted concurrently.See question
Current status is H-1B, filing for marriage based Green Card and submitting the following forms:- I-130, I-485, I-693, G-325A each, I-864, I-765, I-131 and wanted to know how to assemble the final packet. 1. Are individual forms and support...
USCIS website has some helpful links. For example, check out this one:
I am going to be giving 3 nights of free concerts in Los Angeles. I am from Brazil. I am not going to get paid for the concerts. Will just play piano there and come back to Brazil. Can I do that with my tourist visa?
In view of the different answers, it might be a good idea to engage an attorney to research the question.See question
I was cited and released for a Misdemeanor case. I completed Pre-File Diversion program and received completion notification. I learned that the charges will not be filed. Also I was never booked or finger printed.
Provide complete details about incident.See question
My current employer filed EB1A petition for me, with me as beneficiary, via premium processing which was approved in 1 week, & I received my green card 10/2015. Leadership has since changed, & I'm considering moving to another employer. Is there a...
No minimum. The important thing is that you had the intention to work for the employer you sponsored you when you recieved your green card. If there was an unforeseen change in circumstances, you may change employers.See question
I had a court in immigration about overstayed on November 18, 2015 and Judge gave me another court day that i could hire a lawyer. New court day is March 2, 2016. I will apply for political asylum. I am in the U.S. about 3 years. I came March 25, ...
Please see attached link regarding where the application must be filed.See question
Hi i am a U.S Citizen My wife and my son are both currently awaiting an interview to be scheduled in ciudad juarez mexico, they are currently staying with HER mom in mexico Her Mom and her brothers and sisters have an interview scheduled for febur...
Any compelling medical reasons to support your request to expedite? That would help.See question
My husband has been detained for illegal re-entry. He has a reason to believe that he is a US citizen, he applied for reopen of his first immigration case based on US citizenship status of his parents. He has been brought to this country as a chil...
Sounds like he should apply for bond and the motion for bond should explain his claim to US citizenship.See question
I have applied for assylum from Indonesia and already received my work permit and my SS#. I want to marry my same-sex partner and I am wondering if we help or hinder my status by doing so. I entered on a C1/D Visa.
If you marry an American citizen, you may be eligible for Adjustment of Status. However, you entered as a C1/D and crewmen are not eligible for Adjustment of Status. However, the Board of Immigration Appeals has ruled that the “focal issue in determining whether an alien qualifies as a crewman is whether the person entered the United States in pursuit of his calling as a seaman. The Board further clarified that the “substance rather than the form [of the entry] which controls.” You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine if adjustment of status is possible.See question