I came United States in 05/24/2012 as a LPR (10 Years GC), Can anyone help me with the earliest dates when to send the N400 Form?
Assuming you otherwise qualify under the generally rule, you could submiot an application as early as 2-24-17 (90 days before the 5th anniversary of your admission).See question
I have a pending asylum case and I recently received my work permit, Is it possible to apply for my husband if he is dependent on my application as well ? If yes should I apply with the same form that I used for mine ?
Yes, dependent spouses hsould generally be eligible for work authorization. Consult with an attorney.See question
I have recently applied for premium processing H1B along with my spouse H4 COS from H1B and H4 EAD. We sent a withdraw notice for COS from H1B to H4. Now it is already approved and EAD card has been mailed, we got an email that they are processin...
The withdrawaal is apparently ineffective, as the COS was already approved. Consult with an attorney.See question
F1 Visa student would like to work to help pay for college, but cannot since he has been in college for less than a year. I wanted to know if this rule applies if he works for a non-US based company.
F-1 students should not be engaged in gainful employment within the US without authorization.See question
I got an RFE on my I-485 application as my birth certificate was issued by a hospital and not by the local municipality or registrar office. I had also sent supporting affidavits from both my parents stating the place and date of my birth. But it ...
USCIS may request DNA testing in cases where the delay in registration is extreme and/or cannot be reasonably explained.See question
I was wondering how big a deal it would be if my spouse overstayed her tourist visa (through the visa waiver program) by about 2 weeks and then applied for a green card within the US. Would that hurt her chances of getting a green card, or would i...
A lapse of only two weeks is generally not an irresolvable problem, however, visa waiver adjustments have other pitfalls to be considered and it is best to consult with an attorney.See question
i got my visa from dominican republic to puerto rico. i am now into 8 months of being in puerto rico and i just realized i over stayed, i am scared to go back to my country because i might not be able to come back in.. could you please orientate ...
You should consult with an immigration attorney.See question
Once you receive a notice of your sechduled interview, generally speaking, what is the time between the the day of receiving the notice to the interview? meaning how much time do you have?
Approximately 30 days advance notice is usual for asylum matters.See question
I entered the United States with a visitor visa then I decided to attend school and thereafter received an I-20 and stated an adjustment of status (from B-1 to F-1). My application was primarily denied however after reapplying I was approved. Now ...
If you are already out of status due to the terminated I-20, the I-539 is not longer valid.See question
I have had an asylum interview in San – Francisco office and was scheduled in two weeks to get a decision in person. I may not be able to arrive there by the time specified in my paper. Could I be late? I mean, I maybe late in about 1 hour or so o...
You should try to be on time and not miss receiving the document.See question