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  • N400 Interview Question - Documents

    Hello, I have my interview for naturalization next week. I read that we need to bring any documents that are records if we've had any arrests. I was arrested two years ago and held for about 7 hours (overnight) for a dispute without me and my f...

    Jeff’s Answer

    Have a competent immigration attorney review the USCIS request and reply.

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  • I have TPS and Valid F1 student visa (with good academic profile). Can i travel without Advance payroll?

    I have TPS status and I have valid F1 student VISA for couple of years more. I didn't apply EAD using TPS . I am planning to go to my country for a month. However i haven't applied any advance payroll document and i don't need TPS anymore. I am aw...

    Jeff’s Answer

    If you're eligible for your continuing F-1 studies and for admission in to the U.S., then you will most likely be allowed to return to the US.

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  • What are your recommendations, and what can you do to assist in an ongoing I-130 matter?

    I met Agnieszka September 14, 2009. We dated for three years before I submitted an i-129f petition for a fiance' visa in 2012. However; after two years of delays, we decided to marry, and try a different process. I filed the I-130 petitions for...

    Jeff’s Answer

    I recommend removing your family's names and immigration information from this public forum and contacting a qualified immigration attorney for a confidential evaluation.

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  • Is it possible to transfer my H1 visa while my H1 to B2 COS is in progress?

    I got laid off and submitted a COS from H1 to B2. This COS is still pending and a company has offered a job to me. Can I submit a H1 transfer, while my H1 to B2 COS is still pending? Or, do I have to wait until H1 to B2 COS is done?

    Jeff’s Answer

    It is possible to request the H-1 transfer while the H1 to B2 COS is pending. If done correctly, it might be approved.

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  • Regd I 140 Validity

    Hello Team, Currently i have an I 140 approved with previous employer. My current employer filed my I 140 (With Previous employer Priority date or Previous I 140) . My question is what happens to my previous employer i 140 once my current emplo...

    Jeff’s Answer

    Each remains valid unless withdrawn or revoked.

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  • How can we get permission for a child to come to the U.S.?

    We are guardians of a 13 year old child from the Dominican Republic. The guardianship was granted by the Dominican courts. We are now trying to bring him to the US. What would be the best way to do this? We have a Visa appointment scheduled bu...

    Jeff’s Answer

    Immigration through adoption is highly complex, so be sure to speak with a qualified immigration attorney to discuss your options.

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  • How long can I stay in the USA on H1B after I resign. I have Canadian PR

    I got my approval for Canadian PR a month ago through my husband( Canadian citizen) and I am currently on H1B which expires on September 2017. I am going to move on july31st. But my last day of employment is 15yh July. How long can I stay in the U...

    Jeff’s Answer

    Technically, the day after the H-1B employment ends, the H-1B worker is out of status.

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  • How can i work to USA?

    I have relatives in USA but they dont know how can i go there to work in a legal way. Please answer thank you.

    Jeff’s Answer

    Your eligibility for a work visa will depend on your qualifications and the job options available. Be sure to speak with a qualified attorney for a detailed evaluation. Best of luck.

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  • Where are we going to inquire about his delayed green card. Should we wait? Please help.

    Hello, My son came to the US with immigrant visa on March 06, 2016. We still haven't received his green card yet. We paid already LPR card fee $165 before he came to the States. We 're told the card arrive in 6-8 weeks. We tried to contact USCIS...

    Jeff’s Answer

    Unfortunately, USCIS has been having delays in printing/issuing green cards in this situation. You can either continue trying to contact USCIS to inquire, or speak with an attorney about other options.

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