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Have completed all requirements of my probation! Completed over 2 yrs (3 yrs since incident) with less than a yr to go! Vacation all paid for!
That's a good question to ask your probation officer.See question
I'm applying for my citizenship this week. I wanna know if I should that I'm married on the form . Since my wife live outside of the United States and never been to the US. Therefore , she doesn't have a social security . So, do I need to put down...
Yes, when applying for citizenship you are expected to be truthful (just like on any other Form/application one files with the US gov.) and provide accurate information to all the questions on the N-400.
The fact that you are married and/or your wife is outside the country and perhaps even never set foot on US soil will have no bearing on your application, which will be strictly adjudicated on the merits.See question
Studying on F1 visa,deciding between AOS and consular processing options.
You can certainly "opt" for consular processing abroad, as opposed to AOS in the US. If you choose the CP option, however, you must get your medical tests done in the country of the CP, with the Doctors on the list of the US consulate in question.See question
I have paid the visa processing fees for my children and scheduled appointments. However, when I click to check status of visa applications, I see no status. I applied over a month ago for one and a couple of weeks later for the other. I paid the ...
Must simply mean the date for their immigrant visa interview has not been scheduled yet and/or was not yet entered into the "system/database". Nothing more.See question
If I came here on a tourist visa with intent to get married and adjust status without returning and lied at the interview saying I decided to get married here 'all of a sudden ' could I end up in proceedings? I already got the conditional green ca...
What are you speculating about? Are you now in immigration court ("removal") proceedings? (I don't think so?)
Consult with a lawyer in private, either in-person or over the phone. This is a general, public blog. You will/cannot get the personalized advice you are seeking here.See question
We 've been together for about 3 years and our family does not allow us to get married, I have to move to the US to continue my education.
Yes, that will be "possible", as long as your Fiance is able to convince the US consulate to issue him a "visitor's" visa to the US, in order to come and "visit" you there. Unless married to you cannot apply for an F-2 visa.
To have the B-1/B-2 visa approved/issued, he will have to prove:
1. "Substantial ties" to his country of domicile; as well as:
2. Convince the US consul of his intent to depart the US upon each of his "temporary" visits to the USA. Depending on his socio-economic background (or rather his family's, if very young), that's not an easy feat. Best to work with an experienced lawyer from the very beginning.
I'm on an E2 visa and have 2 years still left on it as of October 2017. However my entry I-94 expires in October and I'm planning to leave the US before it does, in October. Need to know if it's OK to get a round trip ticket so I can return back t...
As long as the E-2 visa stamp/foil on your passport is still valid and you return to the USA at anytime after foreign travel, you should/will be readmitted on E-2 status by CBP, for 24 months - and that holds true even if you were to have your E-2 visa stamp expiring within the next few days (or day) after return to the USA.
It is thus "OK" to purchase a return ticket to the US prior to your departure.See question
He has recently been returned to Jordan twice because he was not able to convince Immigration that he was not going to overstay his visitor visa. We want to make sure he will be admitted on the next trip. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you!
If you are a US citizen and both of you intend to get married in the US within 90 days of his admission into the US on a K-1 Fiance visa, then you could go ahead and file a Form I-129/F petition on his behalf with USCIS.
If and when approved, he will then seek to apply for the K-1 visa in Amman. Whether his Fiance visa will ultimately be approved or not will depend on facts not available to us here, including, but not limited to his past visa/immigration history, whether or not his obligatory security name check clearances will ultimately clear or not and etc. Working with an experienced lawyer from the get go is a must, but no way any "guarantee" of ultimate outcome.See question
I can visit on a student or tourist visa but, I would like to move my family of 4 to the United states from the Bahamas.
No - the US Immigration law system does NOT have any immigration/visa/petition category for "nieces and nephews" of either US citizens or "green card" holders. Sorry.See question
I am currently in US on a B2 visa and getting married to a GC holder who has filed his citizenship petition. I have 2 questions: 1. If we get married and file for my i-130 petition and once his citizenship comes over we file for the upgrade of t...
1. You are confused. No "upgrade" there, but simply the eligibility for you to apply for the Form I-485 "Adjustment of Status" package of Forms, once your husband finally naturalizes - to "supplement" (not "upgrade") the stand alone I-130 petition he will have filed on your behalf when he was still only a "green card" holder..
2. Yes, that's a very "good idea", if you can manage that. This way you will be able to "adjust status" as explain above, as soon as the "priority date" of that stand-alone I-130 will become "current" under the Family F-2 ("spouse of an LPR") category, a year and a half or two from filing, which could be prior to your husband obtaining naturalization.
"Best Steps" is to always seek maintain valid non-immigrant status, if you can.See question