1. Can I apply J2 and EAD simultaneously? I am in H1B now and working. If I apply J2 thru my Wife and EAD simultaneously, can I work using my H1B until I get my EAD approved? 2. What if is there any delay between J2 and EAD approvals? Can I wor...
1. I don't see why not - if you qualify for EAD under your spouse's J-1 credentials. You will have to stop working under H-1B as soon as your J-2 status is approved, and can only resume working once have your EAD in hand. Not before.
2. Could be a few weeks delay in between. See answer 1 above.
3 One never knows. Impossible to answer without first examining your and your spouse's cases. As to "continue working....", again refer to my answer 1 above.See question
I'm married and my husband and I are applying for his papers and my sister in law also wants me to be her sponsor can I sponsor them both?
You can sponsor or co-sponsor as many immigrants as your financial condition will allow you to. There is no limit or restriction.See question
Due to a change in address and mix ups with the hospital, my bill was sent to collections. I am currently following up with my insurance to see if they can do anythng about it. I am currently back in my home country, and will be reapplying for an ...
It will be best if you applied for that "new visa" once you settled your hospital debt one way or the other - either through your insurance or through your directly negotiating and offering to pay 30 cents on the dollar, as a "just settlement" under the circumstances..
Chances are more likely than not that the US consulate will find out about your "having defrauded the hospital" (that could be their position). Best to put that behind you before applying for the visa.See question
I'm married to a us citizen and I'm preparing for my interview. Before my visa expired, I flew to washington to get a state id. Should I provide this id at the interview even though I've never lived in Washington? How will this affect my chances a...
Having a state ID to be produced at an I-485 interview is a must. Whether or not you actually lived at the addresses you stated to have lived/to be living at could make or break your adjustment of status interview.See question
It has been over 7 months now since fingerprinting and no word from USCIS regarding my N-400 application. In fact, my status online hasn't changed to inline for interview yet. I wasn't paying much attention to that till I checked some sites and fo...
Yes, your file is at the local office and you can schedule an INFOPASS inquiry appointment with them, but you will likely not be told anything you didn't already know. Note that no two cases are the same - each case is unique and has a unique trajectory. Remain patient.See question
Does my grace period start the moment my OPT expires or the moment my R1 is denied.
Again, your 60 day grace period starts once your OPT ends.See question
Hello sir, my asylum case remanded by BIA. The BIA found that the immigration judge clearly erred at all grounds he denied include credibility.the BIA sustained my appeal and the record remanded for further proceeding consisted with forgoing opi...
Immigration judges don't like to have their decisions overturned by courts of appeal, let alone by the BIA, which is otherwise viewed as the "rubber stamp" for the decisions of the lower court. Consequently, there are no guarantees that the IJ will not find a reason to once again deny your case.See question
I am currently in H1-B status and my employment terminated last week. I have a pending I-485 with my company, approved I-140 and approved EAD. I was told that my company will not revoke my approved I-140. I got an employment offer this week but th...
Still quite "risky". To avail yourself of the "porting" benefits of AC-21, that I-485 needs to have been pending for at least 6 months.See question
We had to transfer a employee H1B and seeked advice from lawyer via email that the H1B emplyee was approved via uscis and H1B was stamped but employee never travelled to US and the company who filed petition had revoked her visa. Than he rep...
I wouldn't waste my time with this anymore, if I were you. You don't have any standing to "sue", since the H-1B petition is the employer's and not the intended beneficiary's. The foreign national beneficiary does not have any "rights' when it comes to a "failed petition" or "wrong advice", since in this instance even the petition was filed with the employer's funds and not yours.See question
My mom has clean criminal record but my dad in the other hand has some dui issues how can this effect on me hoping them
Those facts are not really relevant - the main, defining question which will decide whether you will be able to have your parents "adjust status" in the USA as "immediate relatives" (parent of a US citizen) is whether or not they were legally admitted into the country, namely with a visa and passport. Otherwise not a chance under current laws. And of course, you must be at least 21 years of age to be eligible to petition for each of them.See question