he told me he was but i have no documentation i dont wanna ask him because hes violent
1. That is always on the marriage certificate - it tells you where each one of the spouses was born. Look in there. If don't have the marriage certificate, have either misplaced or simply "lost" it or the "abuser" is keeping the sole copy, it is your right, as one of the spouses and party to the marriage to request one from the county recorder's office.
2. It is also your right, as a spouse, to request a certified copy of your husband's birth certificate from the US locality where your husband was born. I used to often do it for my VAWA clients.See question
In 2003 my application was deemed abandoned for "failure to respond" to a request for further evidence. I was 19 y/o, didnt have any means to prove it was the post office mistake, and decided to move back to Mexico, and forget about the whole thin...
Yes, you should input the "old" SSN an "A" number previously assigned for you by SSA and USCIS, since these are still good numbers and are yours for life. You will have to retain them since neither USCIS nor SSA will assign you new ones.
The "A" number you had back then will be the one which will now be in your "green card", which you will be hopefully able to ultimately obtain this time.See question
Hi, I am an L2-EAD individual. My spouse is just about to apply for COS under premium processing for H1-B(It may even be amendment ). I already have L2-EAD which is valid until the end of next year. My confusion is while filling the I-765 fo...
You need to check the box "permission to accept employment", since the new I-765 you'll file will be for a new category EAD, namely H-4. The one you had before is irrelevant for this purpose.See question
In USCIS list of treaty countries, France is mentioned with a star and this is the footnote for the star: France - The Treaty which entered into force on December 21, 1960, applies to the departments of Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guiana and R...
Je me trouve actuellement en vacances a Antibes pour encore quelques jours. J'envoie des applications de visas E-2 au consulat american a Paris régulièrement depuis 23 ans. Je peux vous assurer que en tant que citoyen Français détenteur de passport français, vous n'aurez aucune difficulté pour fair accepter voter dossier a Paris, peu importe si vous résidez and France métropolitaine ou dans n'importe quel DOM ou TOM.
If I have a work permit from OPT and then an employer petitions for my greencard, I will get a work permit from this application. Does it automatically cancel my OPT work permit?
An "EB" petition does not confer any "work permit". You seem to be confused.See question
I'M in tps status. Husband is in tps and pending asylum status. We have a US citizen kid , I want to divorce him because of multiple inconsiderable reasons, he did everything to me totally unacceptable since day 1st. I tried my best for my son 's ...
1. No. Not anymore once you divorce him.
2. Yes, you could, assuming you independently qualify for asylum
3. That will depend on the terms of your divorce.
My wife applied asylum and I was put as her derivative in application. We both applied EADs in July and yesterday I checked online status and USCIS has issued RFE on my wife EAD application and my application still says " Case was received ". I as...
Will need to examine the I-765 application you sent to understand what went wrong.See question
My uncle is about 60 year of age, sine he still had a 11 year old of child, he wanted to know if he can do a family immigration by doing a business in southern California. Thank you
Depending on his country of citizenship, uncle could qualify for either E-1 "Treaty Trader" and/or E-2 "Treaty Investor" visas. Consult with an experienced attorney to determine.See question
The young lady who was to marry my son is from Turkey. She has a bachelors degree from an accredited university. My son died last year but she still wishes to be in this country and continue his work. What is the best visa choice for someone in th...
This young should seriously consider applying for political asylum if currently in the USA and qualifies.
If currently not in the US and can either not obtain and/or renew her "visitor's" visa, then she should consider applying for political asylum at the US-Mexico Border Port of Entry. Few immigration attorneys practicing near the border can handle that and some may be fluent in the Turkish language/affairs, including myself.See question
Hi, I am an indian citizen and planning to visit Bahamas through cruise for 3-4 day vacation. I am here on L2 visa and obtain EAD with condition that it is not valid on re-entry. I want to know, will this vacation effect my EAD?
That vacation, as long as does not "affect" your L-2 visa, will have no effect on your EAD's validity.See question