I got married in 2009 with USC and then she applied my Spouse visa, I got CR1 visa in 2012 and after my entry in US I got permanent GC in 2 weeks and between this time she got pregnant of my baby and we got one son in 2010 he born in US , due to ...
USCIS recognizes that some marriages don't work out. At the same time, the agency is sensitive to situations where one person immigrates through marrying a US citizen, then divorces and subsequently petitions for another person. Best to work with an immigration attorney to properly and thoroughly document the case.See question
I had green card came back from my country they let me in and keep my green card never had a court day 10 years ago
Call (800) 898-7180 and enter your A#. Contact an immigration attorney to assist.See question
I came to this country with a tourist visa them I opened a company and I changed for a working visa. My company was not able to renew my visa so I decide to stay in this country. My parents become American Citizen but they where not able to spons...
Yes, as an immediate relative, you may be eligible. Talk to an immigration attorney to go over your entire history and background to confirm eligibility.See question
I would like to change my status from L-1A to B-2 and my wife from a L-2 to B-2. We would like extra time to sell a few things and then travel. Can we be included on the same I-539 form or de we need separate I-539 forms?
Please see the instructions to the I-539 for your answer at https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-539instr.pdfSee question
Hi, Greetings!! Can you help me, how I can convert my B1 Visa to other appropriate visa on which I can stay in US for long time. I was in NJ, USA till March 2016. And had registered my IT, BPO company in USA. Now I want to expand my busines...
Which visa you may be eligible for will depend on such factors as your credentials, the stage of development of your business, the existence of any overseas affiliated companies, and the amount of money invested. Best speak with an immigration attorney.See question
My boyfriend enters the US legally with a tourist visa once a year. He recently lost his visa while visiting and already went through all the steps as far as making the police report and reporting it to the us embassy. Prior to this we where alre...
It is possible for a spouse of a US citizen to successfully apply to adjust status even he originally entered on a tourist visa. However, adjudicating officers will question his original intent when he entered, wanting to make sure he didn't misrepresent his intentions. He'll also need proof of his being inspected and admitted. Best to speak with an immigration attorney to maximize your likelihood for success.See question
I'm submitting I-539 form to request a status change from H1B to B2. Does this make sense to USCIS to approve this status change based on the fact that I mentioned in my statement that I got laid off and needed time to find a new job?
Talk to an immigration attorney. There is no grace period for terminated employees holding H-1B status-- once the individual is no longer in a lawful nonimmigrant status, s/he must depart from the United States.See question
I have filed for assylum but not called for interview yet. I have my ssn and work authorization cards. Even though I have started working but the money is so little for a single mum with three kids. Can I apply for food stamp and will it aff...
You'll probably have to wait until after being granted asylum to apply for food stamps.See question
I'm a South African on a H2A visa, working in America. Me and my girlfriend that is a USA citizen got married today. We want to stay and work in the USA even after my visa expires.
Congratulations, Your US citizen wife may petition for you as an immediate relative. Contact an immigration attorney to review your options. Visit https://www.uscis.gov/i-130 for more information.See question
Hello, I am currently in the process of removing the conditional green card based on marriage. I have submitted all documents and already did the Bio-metrics. I applied for the removal in July 2015, did the Bio-metrics in August but have not he...
I agree with my colleague. You may still be eligible to remove the conditional status, but the approach may differ depending on where you are in the separation or divorce process. Best to speak to an immigration attorney about the specifics of your case for proper guidance.See question