Do you have to start over with the petition? I filed for my father several years ago, meaning that I filed a petition for immigrant visa, that I 130 form. We were not able to get past a certain stage because of personal issues. The approval was ...
Review your NVC-related paperwork to make sure the case was not closed due to "abandonment" first, if moe than one year has passed since and you have either not pursued and/or not notified them of your intent to "continue". Contact the NVC via both email and telephone (if can reach a live person) to confirm.See question
If I use a Form I-539 to request a change in status from H1-B to B-2 Visitor and am denied, am I still eligible to enter the country under the Visa Waiver Program? The State website says "a recent visa refusal for any reason could result in den...
I am afraid you are no longer eligible for the Visa Waiver program, IF there is any question there asking whether "denied.....by USCIS or DSH". Otherwise you should still be eligible for ESTA certification.See question
My question is how serious is child support fraud Exaggerating a child's financial needs is a serious crime my daughter mother exaggerated in court that once I start paying child support the state will no longer subsidized daycare fees I put in o...
Pretty serious, I am afraid, with (felony) criminal charges that could be filed against the culprit, if the city attorney so sees fit.See question
I wanted to file for a green card through marriage my girl is a us citizen we have a child together with a lot of history I also have second term daca . But being dumb and having no cash to get home I played superman and got a dui first offense no...
A conviction for DUI will not impede one from obtaining Lawful US Permanent Resident status through marriage to a US citizen spouse. Make sure to work with an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
My fiance was arrest in 2008 while he was attending highschool he was 18. He was charged with sexual abuse and child endangerment. The girl who accused him was his girlfriend on that time and he was falsely accused. She was 16. He never had any s...
He shouldn't be "scared", but instead be proactive and work with an experienced immigration lawyer.
"Dismissed", "sealed" or not, there has been an "arrest" for immigration law purposes and will need to be disclosed in any personal application to USCIS or US consulate.
While "good moral character" is not required for "green card" purposes, that IS required for "citizenship".See question
help will be appreciated..
No - you will only qualify for any sort of "financial aid" benefits if and when approved for (political) asylum.
Not until and not unless.
I have a US job offer with a start date that is within one month of my final CR-1 visa interview.
If and when granted that immigrant visa by the US consulate, once you land on US soil with your immigrant visa package envelope sealed onto your passport, you will be deemed to be a "Lawful US Permanent Resident" as of that day - the "green card" itself will be in your mailbox a few weeks later.
You can start working as soon as land, without having to wait to have received your GC, since that plastic card is only documentary proof of your LPR status, but not the status itself.See question
I'm on f1 student visa valid till 2022 My course and my I20 will end on August 15th,2017 Can I change my f1 visa to b1 visitor visa ? Will it be issued with same validity 2022 and multiple entrances? Or just valid for one time? because I want ...
In theory yes, you could file for a change of status to B-1/B-2, but whether it will actually be approved is a whole different story altogether..
USCIS can only approve COS to B-1/B-2 for up to 6 months - if ultimately approved, for "good cause" and ample documentary proof..
For all your other questions, as well as to receive "custom tailored legal advice" consult with a lawyer in private, either in-person, via teleconference or even Skype.See question
How can I account my 30 months (physical resistance) as asylee in U.S? 1- is it from the date in my white card (Approve Asylum date) or 2- from the date on my green card. Thanks much..
You only start counting those "physical resistance" days in the US from the validity date found on your green card. The "resistance days" prior to that do not count for anything.See question
TRYING TO RENEW MY GREEN CARD ONLINE, BUT SA1 IS NOT LISTED. WHAT CAN I DO?
File it by "snail mail" - that's what you could do.See question