I am natural born citizen and filed a petition for my spouse about 6 months ago, we have not heard back yet if the case has been approved we only received a notification that the petition has been received
It is possible, but you need to provide us with more facts.See question
Hello, Currently I am on H4 visa, I will be getting J1 visa sponsor from university. Can I change status from H4 to J1 here only or should I travel to India for stamping visa? How long it may take charge of status within US? What I can expect when...
Better to apply for a J visa in India since a change of status will take many months.See question
Hi, my mother just got denied for I539 for her B2 visa extension. Her I94 expired months ago so we are planing to send her back home asap. In the meanwhile I am planing to file I290 to reopen the case. Just want to make sure if I am able to fill i...
Yes, you can complete the form, but her signature is required.See question
I am working for a website where I teach some students online, and they pay me via PayPal. I want to know if what I'm doing is legal being an immigrant or no. I am aware that as an F1 student I am not allowed to work off campus, but I am confused ...
No, you are not permitted to work in the US.See question
If someone came on B2 status and overstayed since two years and his LPR parents are not in the USA if they apply I 130 for him can he get any benefit of that? His parents recently got Green card or they have to wait to become citizen and then file...
What do you mean by "his LPR parents are not in the USA". If they remain outside the US for a long period of time (180 days or more), they are in danger of losing their green card.
There's something I dont really get about the k3 visa, when i send the I-130 to USCIS can I travel to the US after i get the notice of action? Or do I have to wait out the whole process here? And if i do, then what is the point of the k3 when you...
It's a long wait and, in my opinion, not worth it. Please see https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/green-cards-through-marriageSee question
Background: I am a US citizen and my wife is a Mexican Citizen. She was brought over as a child when her mother brought her through immigration. My wife was asleep at the time next to her mom and the immigration officer only asksed for documents...
The lawyer is correct. We just won a similar case in San Francisco. You must be able to convince the USCIS that you wife was "waived in" to the US. Please see https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/eoir/legacy/2014/07/25/3688.pdfSee question
My wife applied for asylum 3 months ago (as the principal applicant). we have gone for finger printing while waiting for the 150 days before applying for EOD. Things are no longer working out between us. I want a divorce and my marry my girl frien...
Yes, after you divorce and remarry, your US citizen spouse will be able to sponsor you for a green card.
Please see https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/green-cards-through-marriageSee question
I applied for assylum (Family) in November 2014, and up till now, I have not gotten an invitation for interview. Though I have EAD that enable me work.
There are multiyear waits across the US for asylum interviews. Please see https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/refugees-asylum/asylum/affirmative-asylum-scheduling-bulletinSee question
I am a asylum seeker, but I just got green card based on mariaged with my wife, so should I withdraw my asylum aplication,it's still pending, can I go back to my country to visit my father, I really need an asylum lawer
If you return to your home country, your asylum case may be deemed frivolous and the USCIS might revoke your green card. This could occur even though you withdrew your asylum application.