Military. Selective Service System. Until I know the confidentiality and credibility of both this site and it's lawyers I will not give more information about my current "situation".
Virtually all male U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, and male immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, residing in the United States, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service. The law says men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.See question
My OPT STEM ext expires in a month and we just applied for an AOS along with a request for work authorization. It takes 3 months for me to get the new EAD card. I was wondering if I can still keep working until i get my new EAD card, even though m...
There is no grace period after filing AOS.See question
I 601 a extreme hard waiver did u get approved last yiir 2013 ? and how many cases ? thank u
We have processed many nationwide.See question
hi I am a Indian national and am starting a USA company. My plans are to start a small business in USA and then apply via L1 visa. I already have a established business back in India and I am the majority shareholder. I am planning to...
When establishing a new U.S. Subsidiary or Affiliate company for an L-1 Visa, you will want to keep the following in mind:
The foreign firm and the US firm must have a “qualifying relationship.”
The US and the foreign firm must have common majority ownership, or, where there is less than majority ownership, common control by the same person or entity.
Ownership by a common group of owners where no owner has control or a majority interest can cause a problem if each individual owner does not own approximately the same amount of both the US and the foreign company.
This problem can sometimes be worked around if the owners have set up a voting agreement to ensure that there are not different groups controlling the foreign firm and the US firm.
As a general rule, the Owner of the Foreign Company should own at least 50% of the U.S. Company. A suitable entity form for the L1A is the C Corp in most cases. Hope this Helps.See question
My Fiance just recently re-applied for his green card today. The declined him because he is not staying married to his wife. His wife and daughter live here in the US and he is in Mexico where he has been for the last 2 years. During the last 2 ye...
He should not have applied for his residency is he was not in a viable relationship with his spouse. Hopefully he was not charged with fraud. But if you are to marry him in the future, he will not be allowed to enter the US just because of the marriage. You will need to file the necessary paperwork (Form I-130, etc), and go through the Immigration channels. It may take up to 12 months form him to be able to finally immigrate and you will need to establish that your marriage is legitimate as well.
Good luck!!See question
Some of the companies that I worked for closed and my mistaken was not keeping the exact dates from when to when I worked on those places. I know the months of when I started and when I ended but no the days. I have a few correct but at least 3...
There is no requirement for specific accuracy, just state the date as you remember and explain yourself at the interview. Good Luck.See question
If I apply for H4 based on my husbands approved H1.Is it likely that my H4 petition will get approved before 19 Dec 2011 (which is the date my husbands Status will change from L1 to H1) Note:My husband is currently in L1 and me on L2.
It is best to check the processing times for form I-539 for the exact time frame. But typically it takes about 90 days to get the H4 processed. If filed along with the H1B case, H4 cases are processed at the same time. So if you file the H1B premium processing along with the H4 request the case can be processed in 15 days.
But in your case, the H1B is already approved so you are looking at 90 days more or less.See question
My Conditional Green will not expire in next 4 months. Thank you so much!
Te Conditional Green Card (Permanent Residence Card), is just like a regular Green Card, but is limited to a 2 year term. This is to allow the USCIS to verify if the marriage is legitimate or was entered into for the sole purpose of getting a Green Card. Aside form the 2 years term, the card is just like a regular Green Card.
So if you need to travel you can do so without the need to apply for the I-131 Parole or any other document. If you committed a Crime or any other violation that may impact your Green Card, I would suggest to consult an attorney before departing the US.See question
The EAD was initially approved under L2 and valid for 2 years. Now I might need to change to H4, will the EAD still be valid for the approved 2 years?
The L2 carries the benefit of applying for the EAD card. The H4 does not allow for the same benefit. As soon as you obtain H4 status, you should not be using the EAD card.See question
How long does the person take to become US citizen since she fill out an application? What is the processing time? She is green card holder.
In San Diego you are looking at 4.5 from filing until you are called for the Naturalization interview (assuming one has a regular no issues case). Once approved at the interview, take another 30 days or so before you are scheduled for the Oath ceremony. Good LuckSee question