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does Vermont Service Center of USCIS conduct background/FBI checks on persons who wrote affidavits of support for the VAWA self-petitioner? And, if any of these persons have something in their record, would the I-360 petitioner be better off ...
Normally one would not expect the VSC to do so, but one can never be too sure?
Will all depend if "these persons" have been registered on the DHS agencies' website as "habitual swindlers", fraudsters or the like or if they have a criminal record as thick as the bible or similar or not. I wouldn't get involved with those individuals, since if they lack in credibility, for whatever reason, so will you, by imputation.See question
Hi, I had my interview since Feb 16,2017 and I passed the English test and the officer gave me ( we cannot make a dicision yet) and still didn't hear back from them about the ceremony- today's date: August 15, 2017
What "oath ceremony"? First the application itself needs to be approved - and only after that the oath ceremony will be scheduled, for days, weeks or even months later, depending on how busy your district office is.
Can do INFOPASS inquiry appointment to talk to an actual live person at your district and hear what they got to say.See question
Last summer I got a possession of a controlled substance. I didn't get arrested but i had to go to court. Since it was my first offense I was able to take some drugs classes and after completing the program they told me I couldn't get into any dru...
A US citizen will always be readmitted to his own country, "misdemeanor" conviction or not.
Watch out with the Mexicans while there, if any "possession" and caught red handed there as a "Gringo" or "Pocho", as the case might be, it is not with simple "drug classes program" that you'll get out of it.. Really watch out.See question
I'm an international student on an F1 visa (valid till 2022) currently enrolled in a program in the U.S. Am I eligible for academic breaks during the program, for ex, I want to take a break for a year for health issues, I want to stay in the c...
These questions are the exclusive domain of your school's DSO and/or international student advisor.See question
I have filed asylum from New York and also applied for EAD from this address. But now, if I move to Ohio or elsewhere within the US, will my case be transferred to the new state?
Inevitably, yes, once you notify USCIS of your address change within 10 days of moving, as required, your pending asylum file will have to be transferred to the asylum office now having jurisdiction over your new place of residence.See question
I was formerly in removal proceedings, however, Immigration judge had closed that case and had ordered USCIS to process my adjustment of status "I-485" based on an approved and current I-130 filed by my US Citizen parent. Unfortunately, my applica...
No. You are no longer under removal proceedings - the judge terminated them, to enable you to adjust status with USCIS.See question
my current employer is underpaying me and making my life difficult- can i transfer my R-1 visa w/o letting him know and how much time will it take?
No. R-1 Religious Worker, just like any other "work visa" is "employer-specific, and as such, not transferable.
Another religious institution will need to file a new R-1 petition on your behalf and hopefully both the "employer" and you, the "beneficiary" will qualify and meet the R-1 visa requirements.See question
Born outside the U.S. I never met my biological father. My mother had full custody of me and I've never met or known my biological father. He and my mom never married, but his name is on my birth certificate. The current law in that country gave ...
It is the Form N-600 Certificate of Citizenship that you need - no other.
Begin by applying for a US passport at the passport office - the documentary requirements for both are the same. At the passport office they will help you and give you a list of documents you will need. When go to that appointment, try to bring as many (relevant) documents you can accumulate with.See question
I have been a permanent resident for 4 yrs and 9 months and am applying for citizenship this summer. There’s a checkbox on "Document Checklist M-477" that states: If you have a dependent spouse or child(ren) who do not live with you, send: ...
If you have a minor child under 18 who does not live with you, the requirement is for you to show that you don't owe any child support payments and that all your child support payments are timely made.
You achieve that by presenting to USCIS a notarized letter from the mother at the time of the interview that all child support payments are timely made and that you don't owe any child support. Simply bring that to the interview and don't bother with submitting anything now. That's how I've always done in all my cases. Ignore that "checklist" - no need for all those "supporting" documents. The letter I mentioned above takes care of all that. Period.See question