Immigration Inquiry: What are the processing times for: (1) I-601 Waiver of grounds of inadmissibility; (2) I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver; and (3) I-212 Waiver? Thank you.
Each of these takes 6-12 months to complete.See question
This woman has been asked to not return to the US back in 2002, but returned under a fake name.
You can report her to ICE. Write to ICE's local office.See question
I have been married for the last 5 years and i got my green card with this marriage. We are seprated now but not divorcee. I want to apply for naturalization will it effect my case without her?
You will needs to have a green card for 4 years and 9 months before applying for naturalization.
Hi I had my student and tourist visa valid at the same time, but when I entered the states i was there as a student. I applied for a work visa then, but since I got denial after the 60 days grace period, I accruited unlawful presence for about 6 w...
Yes, your overstay cancels all of your visas.See question
My company applied for PERM for me. I have received my employment authorization card but still waiting to receive the green card. I am planning to get married soon but I am not sure If I can apply for green card for my gf once we get married. or w...
As long as you get married before you get a green card, your wife would be considered a "derivative beneficiary" of your I-140 petition.See question
USCIS online status says July 9,2016 accepted fingerprint fee for I-485 Receipt Number MSC####. I am yet to receive Biometric notice but when i check the the receipt number for I-131 and I-765 both shows On September 18,2016 we approved your Form ...
The USCIS should have scheduled a biometrics appointment for you. Schedule an InfoPass appointment.See question
I am a permanent resident of US and will be a citizen in 2018. I wanted to bring my sibling and parents here . However I understand that I need to be a citizen before petitioning for them. My brother works as a VP of a reputed international bank...
You can sponsor your parents once you become a US citizen. Your sibling probably wants to immigrate as a multinational executive/manager in order to shorten his waiting time to immigrate to the US.
Please see https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/green-cards-through-employmentSee question
I plan to go in March and do my families visitor visas, the application asks for your dates, and we plan to make our family trip in July. If we get approved but i need to change my dates by a few weeks, is that a huge issue or not really?
Professor Capriotti gave you excellent advice. When your family members apply for B-2 visas, they should let the Consular Officer know the dates when they plan to travel to the US.See question
I already filled assylum in san diego , i want to change it to san fransisco office , do the coverment count my wating time in sAn diego plus time spend in san fransisco for giving me work permition???
You can do so if you move to Northern California. You will have a shorter wait for an asylum interview
My attorney's office was handling my family based via consular processing in Mexico, as I was married to a US citizen. I had an approved petition I-130 and hardship waiver I-601A all NVC fees paid and just about to submit visa application . In 2...
It seems to me that your former attorney was correct.
In 2009, a law was enacted which protects surviving family members when the petitioner or the principal beneficiary of an I-130 visa petition dies.
Previously, the law provided that when the petitioner or the principal beneficiary died, so did the petition. There were few options for surviving relatives:
For example, there is a section of the law which provides that a surviving spouse of a US citizen can self-petition for permanent residence, but only if the marriage occurred at least two years before the petitioner’s death.See question