Can taking food stomps affect my mother green card denied?
No, your being on food stamps will not get your petition on mom's behalf denied. You will not, however, be able to have mom's "green card" approved (assuming she otherwise qualifies, i.e. was legally admitted to the USA, with a visa and passport) on your current financial condition.
You will need to convince a qualified "co-sponsor" to file an additional Form I-864 Affidavit of Support in addition to the one you yourself are obligated to file as the sponsor/petitioner - regardless of income or lack thereof.See question
I am a Canadian citizen and have a b visa. I travelled back and forth from Canada to the us every month for the past few years. Never had a problem. I recently got married to a USC. Went back to Canada and planning to come back to the us. Can I fi...
1. "Can I file my 130/485 immediately after I enter the us?" No, as that will be proof of "visa fraud" and having had a "preconceived intent".
2. "Will USCIS still accuse me of immigrant intent?" In all likelihood yes. Work with an experienced attorney.See question
I want to bring them all in the US, I am American Naturalized. My wife, my daugter is below 18. can they travel together?
You begin by filing a separate Form I-130 petition for each your wife and daughter with USCIS.
You will need to include one signed and dated Form G-325 for each yourself and your wife. Your daughter's I-130 will not need any G-325 to accompany it.
Once approved by USCIS within 4-6 months, your petitions will be transferred to the NVC, which will send you an "informational package" on how to proceed towards the immigrant visa application (in Manila) for each your wife and daughter. Hopefully they will be able to travel together, at the same time, with their IVs.
Make sure to work with an experienced attorney from the get go, otherwise risk dragging both cases for 2 years +
I want to file for an extension in the US and I'm need a date deadline and where "address for mail" to file. Please . Thank you.
You can file an application to extend your current stay as early as 4 months prior to your I-94's expiration date. Make sure to locate, download and print it from the CBP website.
The USCIS Service Center with which to file that EOS application is determined by your current US address, as described on Form I-539.
Those applications for EOS are never easily granted by USCIS. Make sure to work with an experienced lawyer from the get go - will in all likelihood bitterly regret it otherwise - some 4-5 months from now.See question
Currently I am on H1b with a small employer and I worked about 6 months. Now I have got a good offer for a full time position with a big company, can i transfer my H1B without informing my current employer. I am little worried how the things goes....
You are free to switch H-1B employers at any time. It is not your current employer who can "stop" you. You many, however, have specific, "strict performance" obligations under your current employment contract - make sure to have it reviewed by a labor/employment lawyer.See question
I HAVE A SMALL BUSINESS IN ANOTHER COUNTRY BUT IS CLOSING SIGNATURES AND DOCUMENTS I NEED TO GO PERSONALLY TO GET MY MONEY
You could leave the country after having applied for and obtained an "Advance Parole" travel document. I never advise my asylum clients to depart the country while their asylum application is pending, however.See question
I have recently completed my masters in computer science on F1 visa, now I am eligible to work on OPT. I got an offer from a company which produces automation products like sensors. I got an offer as "Engineering Product Specialist". My primary ro...
1. Discuss this with the employer's immigration attorneys and see what he/she/they think. USCIS could view this "made up" position in their opinion as not being in a "Specialty Occupation" of an H-1B caliber. The job title does not really matter, it is the actual duties that are determinative.
2. You need to pose this question to your school's DSO and get their feedback. Any job position that is not "completely" related to your major is a potential problem.See question
I applied COS from J-2 to H-4 in January. Then my employer applied H-1B for me and it just got approved. My COS to H-4 is still pending. My question is: Shall I withdraw the COS to H-4 ASAP? If my H-4 gets approved before I withdraw the COS to H-4...
Couldn't your employer's lawyer answer your question? You can only withdraw your pending COS to H-4, IF (and that's a big "IF") your employer filed the H-1B petition on your behalf as a request to change your status from J-2 to H-1B in the USA, as opposed to having requested "consular notification" abroad, in your home country US consulate.See question
My application for I-751 have been pending for 15 months. We filed jointly and still married living together. Before uscis said that they put my case on a processing hold due to security checks. Now when I asked to talk to second level officer I g...
Most I-751s are currently taking about a year, a year and a half to process. You have to be patient. Don't believe the USCIS "processing times reports", as those never provide a true picture of the playing field..
The fact that you filed your I-751 with the CSC is not determinative. USCIS Service Centers regularly help each other by "swapping" cases and yours does not seem to be an exception. Someone must have called you from the Vermont Service Center (VSC) where your case is currently being adjudicated at.
Each time you call that useless "800 number", the clueless, non-USCIS "contract worker" simply creates a "Service Request" (an inquiry to USCIS), which she/he forwards to USCIS and gives them 30 days during which to respond. That's the only reason why you are told "not to inquire/call again before at least 30 days".See question
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Your question is incomprehensible as posed. Please re-post as a complete question, in correct language.See question