Hello all Im in houston i got referred to immigration court for my asylum case? I will appreciate any one gives me an advice... 1. Should i remain here in houston or moves to another states 2. Which is the best states that gives shortest dates...
Be more concerned about winning your case rather than getting a fast result.
California and New York courts have a higher approval rate than Texas.
Good luck!See question
My mom and my brother have their tourist visa, they are not in my asylum claim but as you know form i589 ask for your family members names, will my asylum claim represent a problem to them when they come to the us?
It is possible that if the government knows that they are coming to visit a son who has applied for asylum, they could refuse to let them visit you if they suspect that they have immigrant intent.See question
My friend is legally married to a man in Mexico. She is and has been living in the USA since January 2016 and is now awaiting a hearing on her Form I-589 (Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal). She has been separated from the Husb...
Yes, she can file for divorce in the state in which she resides.See question
I am a graduate student on J1 visa, but I couldn't finish in the designated time, therefore, I need one more semester to graduate but this semester is not covered by my DS 2019. Furthermore, I applied a year ago for asylum due to threats in my hom...
Yes, there is a conflict. A J-1 visa requires that you intend to leave the US at the end of the program. Asylum means that you want to remain in the US permanently.
Speak with an immigration attorney about what to do.See question
I have already done my asylum interview at Chicago almost a year and a half ago and now I need to move to Florida. I know that I need to file the change of address form but I'm just wondering if it would affect my case in any way; especially dela...
Probably not, but the real problem seems to be how long you have already been waiting.
Your attorney needs to make an inquiry with the USCIS.See question
My friend filed asylum she didn't disclose that she had a daughter in the application. She has a 10 year green card.now she wants to become a us citizen. She filed tax with her daughter in the past. Do you think uscis will give her problem for that
Yes, this is possible. She should discuss why she did not disclose her daughter with an immigration attorney.See question
Currently my fiancé is asylum status we want to marry and I want to file for his green card. However I have a felony will that prevent him from getting his green card.
If you are a US citizen, your conviction will not prevent you from sponsoring your husband unless your crime was under the Adam Walsh Act.See question
Me and my husband applied for political asylum in April 2016 we haven't been assigned for the interview yet. And If I apply to the financial assistance could that affect the decision on the asylum?
Whether or not you apply for financial assistance, this will have no effect on your asylum application.See question
I am a Canadian passport holder & my husband holds an L1 visa. Im arrriving at Newark airport with our marriage license & documentation proving his visa. Can the immigration officials in Newark issue the visa or must it be done at an airport immig...
If you are flying to the US from Canada, you will be inspected by CBP officers at the airport in Canada.See question
My immigrant wife arrived in the USA last week. She already has her social security number but not yet the green card. I have an interview in Germany, soon, for a US government job, so I will be moving back to Germany soon. Can my wife come with m...
She will need to apply for a Re-Entry Permit while she is in the US. Otherwise, being outside the US for one year or more will result in her losing her permanent resident status.See question