Hey guys ,I went to a green card marriage based interview October the 26th and I'm all confused about the outcome Went to place with my wife USC and our lawyer, waited about an hour and then they called my name we head to the office,our IO was a C...
Since you are already represented by an attorney, it is with him/her that you should be discussing this AOS interview and its aftermath.See question
Ask your husband to retain an experienced attorney to help him with your case.See question
My green card category as6 just got 9 months ago . It's valuable date 2026 .. I have a green card it's category as6 I want to go my country Bangladesh for 2 months bcz my father is sick if I go then may I came back Usa without any problems...?pl...
If you travel back to the country from which you claimed "fear" of "persecution", before obtaining US citizenship, you will likely face "problems" upon your return to the USA. Consult with an attorney in privateSee question
6 questions: 1) If a foreigner (Canadian) manages to travel to the U.S. as a tourist, can a U.S. citizen marry her/him in the U.S., and can they then live together in the U.S. and legally apply for a green card for the foreign spouse? 2) If 1)...
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3. The I-129/F Fiancee petition filed with USCIS is mainly filed for foreign nationals who cannot otherwise obtain a visa to travel to the USA, so as to enable the Fiance/ee of the USC to be able to come into the USA in order to marry the USC.
4. The only reason being that the dual national in question will be able to use the US consulate in Montreal (and possibly also Vancouver) at which to apply for the K-1 visa, rather than fly some 14 hours to HK and apply for the visa there.
5. In the aftermath of having been admitted to the USA on a K-1 Fiancee visa and in the aftermath of having married her USC Fiance within less than 90 days from arrival, the foreign national fiancee will have the right to apply for "green card" and once obtain employment authorization (for which he/she will also apply for, as part of the "green card" adjustment of status application package of forms), he/she will have the right to apply for a State ID and with both documents, walk into the nearest SSA office and apply for an SSN.
6. Any such squeleton from past history must be disclosed.See question
I am filling the from I-485 fro my wife that already entered united states on visitor visa
She selectst "a" - "an immigrant petition giving me an immediately available visa number....."See question
DWI in 2000. Was given 18 months probation. I was on h1 when it happened. I adjusted my status to green in 2011. at my green card interview my Dwi was bought up, the officer told me it should not have any impact since its considered a simple d...
Let's leave "Donald Trump" out of this, shall we? Given that neither DUI and/or DWI are considered to be a "crime of moral turpitude", a conviction for either will not have any effect on either your LPR ("green card") status, nor on your application for naturalization.See question
Can I petition for my mom (file Form I-130) and then adjust her status to become a permanent resident or get an legal status while she' s inside the United States? I'm a GC holder and she's out of status.
No. you will need to wait until you become a US citizen and are at least 21 years old. But only if your mom was previously legally admitted into the country (and can prove it.)See question
I am currently on h1b visa and want to go to India in January 10. As I am on h1b, I would have to get stamping done to come back to US. Is it a good time to go due to Trump presidency will start in January ?? Will it be difficult to get h1b stampi...
The coming age of Trump (and AG Sessions) should have no effect on the "stamping" , as long as u qualify.See question
My sibling overstayed on a student visa for several years. They are still in the USA. I am planning to get a student visa. Will I have any problems with getting my visa because of my sibling?
In all likelihood yes, since you will have to disclose that fact.See question
I am a permanent resident in the US. I want to file an I-130 for my wife who is in Africa. I'm a full time student and also a full time worker so I don't have a lot of money to spend. So my question is can I file for my wife without a lawyer since...
"Africa", "no lawyer"? Doom to fail - but not before making both of you suffer needlessly for quite a while..See question