I am working on OPT right now. My OPT expires in 3 months. However I have already received my I-485 EAD/AP card (family petition). Do I have to change my work authorization and use I-485 EAD instead of OPT right away? Or can I continue using OPT w...
1. "Do I have to change my work authorization and use I-485 EAD instead of OPT right away?" Yes, since once you have applied for I-485 AOS, you are no longer in F-1 status.See question
Since my wife, a USC, and I got married, roughly two years ago, I have not been able to find a full-time job where we live as I had hoped, other than remote/online hourly work. Me being in this situation is obviously hard on our marriage and relat...
It is possible, but will likely create questions at the removal of conditions stage. USCIS will require additional proof of the validity of your marriage, to include airline tickets and expenses indicating the frequency of your trips home to be with your spouse. Good evidence is the key!See question
I forgot to input the place of marriage to the form I-130, so I hand-wrote the lacking information. Would that be permissible?
Yes, that should be OK, assuming that all other information is accurate and correct.See question
I am filing I-130 for my parents. Do I need to file separate I-130 for each or one for both?
Yes, you definitely do need to file a separate I-130 for each one of your parents.See question
I am a US citizen. What if my nephew turns 21 while the green card application I submitted for my sibling and his family is still pending? My nephew is 12 yrs now. And I know it takes 10 years processing time.
If that is the case, then your nephew will not be able to immigrate to the USA with his parents some 12-14 years from now, when your sibling's "priority date" become "current" and there is an immigrant visa number available for her (and other qualifying immediate family members, if applicable.)
Your sister will be able to file for her son as soon as she gets a green card, but only if he remains "single" - hard to envision.See question
My company has a requirement for which I'll have to travel to USA in May or as late as June 2017. So they are planning to file L1A on my behalf by end of April 2017. I am already in the company's list for H1B petitions for April 2017 Quota? Is it ...
Yes, an employer is not precluded from filing multiple category petitions on behalf of the same employee.
What worries me, however, is why would that employer also want to file an H-1B petition on your behalf (and go through all that expense) if they really thought you qualify for "L-1A"?See question
I made the mistake of helping someone who entered the country illegaly. I picked him up at the border knowing that he had entered illegaly. It was a favor for a family member. I was not charged only received a citation. However, the car I was driv...
You will unfortunately need to hire the services of an attorney who specializes in "forfeitures". Have no hope to retrieve your car otherwise. Need to talk to your husband. He will find out sooner or later anyway..See question
I am legally married in the USA since 2008. However we got divorced in Israel in 2015. Can I simply record my Israeli divorce with the court in the USA avoiding a US civil divorce and just go ahead and marry somone else?
No need to "record" anything.. Your Israeli divorce is recognized in the US if valid in Israel.
Simply go ahead and marry someone else.See question
I really needed to hire an attorney to bring my wife and child to USA.
You need to do the legwork yourself and contact a few attorneys to find out.See question
I was pulled over by a sheriff on the highway, but I was all the way to the left side. when I pulled over she told me that she was giving me a ticket because I was suppose to merge all the way to the right. how is this safe to do when there is so ...
Not very safe, am afraid.. In any event, don't waste anymore time: contact a reputable traffic court attorney in your town (or next) to take care of this ticket for you...See question