what country would be easier to get PR in we was married in Wisconsin in 2003 but i have been living in Canada little over 2 years now with her on visitor passes. i am on permanent ssa from the states and she is on disability in Canada. Trying to ...
With the current political climate in the USA, probably Canada will be easier.See question
I'm a senior college student and have planned to spend my spring vacation in Maui, I am also a daca recipient. I can't cancel my flights and get the money back or otherwise expenses. Can I still travel just using my state ID? My state ID is valid ...
Yes, you can still safely travel by air within the continental USA, as well as Hawaii and PR during the validity period of your state ID.See question
My neighbor is a Syrian refugee who entered the United states on a humanitarian parole i-94. He had a work authorization and was able to work and recently purchased a house on payments ,also a truck and has bank account and some cash. Under the...
Worry not - now that he has been admitted as a "refugee" to the USA, "Syrian" or not, he will not be subject to any "deportation" proceedings against him.
There will be no such "immigration policy", at least not one which will be applied retroactively to those already admitted as refugees into the country.See question
Recently my sevis got terminated ( 2 days now) and my DSO is recommending to apply for reinstatement. However I am also planing to apply for asylum. I would like to know which one should I apply first and or which one I shouldn't apply.
You cannot/should not apply for asylum while your application for the reinstatement of your student status is pending with USCIS, for F-1 status requires continuing "non-immigrant intent", whereas an asylum application is de facto manifestation of "immigrant intent", i.e. intent to remain in the US permanently.
Consequently, if you apply for asylum while application for reinstatement of F-1 status is pending, reinstatement will be denied. Wait until after having obtained reinstatement (or not, but at least a "decision" from USCIS in that regard) before sending in your asylum application. Make sure to work with an experienced lawyer, otherwise your asylum application stands no chance of being approved.See question
I am a Syrian citizen whose application for asylum case has been pending for a few years now. On January 2015, I got married to a US citizen and obtained a Green Card on July 2017. I just received a notification that my asylum interview has been...
I would go to my scheduled interview and withdraw my application in person.
You may also notify them in writing beforehand and bring proof of that withdrawal to the interview, as well as another original withdrawal letter (and a conform copy, for the officer to date stamp that day.)
Note that if you only "mail" a withdrawal letter, that could be a disaster, since that "correspondence" may never make it to your actual file and consequently your "failure to appear" might trigger the issuance by USCIS of a "Notice to Appear" in Immigration court, where you will be placed in removal proceedings in front of an immigration judge.See question
Iam seeking a small clarification. I am maxing out on my H1B by April 10th 2017 for 6 yrs and currently my H1 extension is under process based on approved I-140. If USCIS doesn't adjudicate the case by above said date, can I continue to stay as ...
As long as a "timely filed" 7th year extension petition has been filed on your behalf and is pending, you can safely continue working and legally remain in the USA.See question
Im the one with a pending case im a u.s citizen I have a clean récord besides that ...my fiance has a clean record
If alien smuggling charges (a felony) are currently pending against you, you can still petition for a Fiancee abroad.
Even once you are convicted and in prison (worst case scenario), you will still be able to get married in prison and sponsor your then spouse for a "green card".See question
i got my conditional on 6/28/12( my resident card says) and permanent on 1/31/15. i was so confused when can i apply to citizenship because the phrase that i found from uscis website which it said, "To determine your 90-day early filing dat...
If you obtained your Lawful US Permanent status through marriage to a US citizen and are still married and living together under the same roof, you are then eligible to apply for citizenship under the "3 year rule".
You are eligible to apply for citizenship within 2 years and 9 months from the effective date found on your "green card", which is the same date on your "conditional", as well as "permanent" green card.See question
I filed for my initial EAD form i-765 - category c8 'pending asylum applicant' and received USCIS receipt mentioning that my case was received on Jan.12.2017 (35 days have passed already). It is mentioned on USCIS website that I could request an i...
USCIS will never agree to "expedite" the issuance of your EAD. Don't even bother. Simply be patient and wait. All EAD applications, of whichever category are currently taking 90-100 days to be processed. Period.See question
I live in NY and was invited to go to CHICAGO, MIAMI and then back to NY in march. I do have my NY drivers license and DACA documents which expire in April (a month later). My question is since things are a little complicated now. Can I still trav...
No problem. Simply use your valid state ID or Driver's License for domestic air travel. You will not be asked for anything more. Please do NOT show any "DACA' related documents and/or "work permit". You will simply be unnecessarily confusing everyone if you did.See question