I want to extend my h4 visa based on my husbands new i-797 validity dates. I will travel to US one month before expiry of my h4 visa. Shall I go to Us consulate in india to get it extended before expiry? Or will my i-94 extended at poe based on i...
Go to the US consulate to extend your H-4 visa "stamp" based on hubby's H-1B status validity date.
CBP at the airport or POE "extends" nothing. Only consulates abroad do.See question
I have never been arrested for this or any crime. I don't have a criminal record but I have court the 22nd of March . Should I be taking a lawyer?
No, petty theft conviction is not a "removable (deportable) offense" for immigration purposes, since your immigration lawyer should be successfully able to assert the one time petty offense conviction exception to both removability and inadmissibility, but make sure to immediately consult with and hopefully hire a reputable criminal defense lawyer to lower the petty theft to something less harmful to your future in this country, such as "trespass on chattels," for instance.
Stay away from claiming "indigenous" status and have the court appoint a "free" public defender on your behalf. Will likely bitterly regret it, since all that lawyer will pressure you to do is "make a deal" with the prosecution, a likely very bad "deal" for you..See question
I wanna apply for a green card but my problem is that i have a dwi conviction can that affect my situation
You mean "green card" in the US, without having to depart first? Yes, if you file an approvable "adjustment of status" application, but only if previously legally admitted into the country, with a visa and passport & can prove it.
The DWI conviction will not impede you. Don't worry.See question
Case: Marriage based (USC spouse). Priority date: August 2016. Application sent: December 5, 2016. Service Request: January 24, 2016 but no response yet. Current status: Fingerprint fee was received.
Far too many applicants, most likely courtesy to the Trumpster; confused and overwhelmed USCIS.
Schedule an INFOPASS appointment with your local USCIS office. I know, "no INFOPASS appointments available for the next 2 weeks..." - makes no difference - check for "cancellations every 30 minutes or so, then you will get it.
Don't bother calling the nationwide USCIS toll free "hotline" - nothing more than a "call center" manned by clueless non-USCIS phone answerers.See question
THEY JUST TOOK IT AWAY WITHOUT TOLD ME ANY REASON. I HAVE BEEN APPLIED COUPLE OF TIMES AND THE ANSWER IS "YOU DO NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENTS" BUT ALL MY FAMILIY HAS SENTRI (HUSBAND AND CHILDREN") I NEVER GOT ANY WARNING.
If you don't want to kiss it goodbye for the rest of your life, then contact an experienced immigration attorney at once.See question
After 5 years of marriage to American citizen I applied for n_400 after I have green card for 10 years .. I applied on 3 /2016 my interview was on / 9/2016 .. my interview was not good at all the immigration officer Harris me for 30 minutes about ...
High time to engage a reputable and experienced lawyer in your area - now! Do not delay any further.See question
Hi Sir, I am Geetanjali Rana, my visa got terminated while I was doing my masters degree in the US. This happened while I was doing internship (under CPT). I had worked 4 extra days as I was not aware that I needed to have an updated I-20. I ...
Will have no "impact" whatsoever - do not worry!See question
I am a naturalized citizen sponsoring my son who is on a F1 visa. He is now at the "change of status" stage and we have just got an RIE because I am retired and my income is a private UK pension, paid into my US bank account. I don't know if I w...
Yes, your husband's SSA and small pension income, as a "member of your household" (NOT "joint sponsor" - no need!) can be added to yours to satisfy the 125% requirement.
Husband will need to execute "Supplement A" to the I-864, "Contract Between Sponsor And Household Member'.
Make sure to have an experienced immigration lawyer assist you with responding to the "RFE" from USCIS, since if you do not, and again make a mistake and/or erroneously answer, the I-485 filed by your son will be denied and throw everything into disarray.See question
I am currently in Chicago on F1 visa, my 3 yr old son's who is on F2 dependent visa is expiring on May 13, 2017. As prr passport. As per i20 the period of stay is till May 13 2017. Do I need to go back to my home country for extension of his visa...
You can apply for the extension of your son's status/stay in the USA with USCIS on Form I-539 - but watch out - USCIS can deny the EOS application over literally "nothing' and throw your entire life into disarray. Make sure to work with an attorney.See question
Just check the USCIS website today for processing time, and the date happens to be the same for all other forms. I just wanna know if it's an technical error or not? Thanks
Most likely. In any event, whichever "processing times" one sees listed on the USCIS website is often not accurate anyway, for the reported times do not comport with reality in the field.See question