I am submitting my form I-485 and one of the requirements is to submit this form I-765 but I already current have employment authorization until 9-30-2017 do I submit the form anyways?
While you don't have to file for I-765 now, and you are not likely to run out of time on your present EAD before your adjustment of status application is decided, there is certainly nothing wrong with a filing that will eliminate a charged fee on the work application.See question
I am a lawful permenant resident of 20+ years. I am currently in cancellation of removal proceedings. Can i legally work in the United States? I started a job and used my social security number and A number. I have been looking into it and have re...
Until, or unless, you lose your claim for cancellation of removal in your removal proceeding, your right to work is still good. You need to concentrate on fighting to keep your legal residency. If your application for cancellation is denied, then you must fight for it on appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals. In either event, you are going to need an experienced immigration lawyer.See question
I am in USA since 2.5years and I want to know if the requirement is 3years or not for VAWA.
There is no minimum time requirement to be residing in the USA before eligibility kicks in for the VAWA to apply to you. File now, but it is so complex, you definitely will need an attorney's assistance.See question
MY WIFE HAS HAD A TOURIST VISA FOR 3 YEARS. WHEN SHE APPLIED FOR IT SHE WAS SINGLE. WE GOT MARRIED 12/23/2015 IN MEXICO.. WE ENTERED THE USA ON 02/06/2016. IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS AT THE BORDER DID NOT ASK IF SHE WAS MARRIED WHEN CROSSING.. I AP...
On one hand, any act of filing of this kind is going to create a presumption of fraudulent intent, in coming into the U.S. with a B-2 visa while married. However, your wife did not make any false statements upon arriving in the country. Still, such a statement that she will receive a letter indicates that she will have to ask for waiver for entering with fraudulent intent, as if simply entering with a B-2 is an act of fraud that deserves a requirement that she ask for a waiver. However, a good attorney can make a counter-argument that there was no requirement that she disclose her new marital status while with an existing granted B-2 visa, and that at the time she entered there were no plans to petition or apply. But get to a lawyer fast!See question
My ex-husband filed I-140, and they filed my I-485 after his I-140 was approved. It ended up denied and I previously applied E-2 visa and denied at emabassy. Should I answer "Yes" to the questions for "Has anyone ever filed an immigrant petitio...
The proper petition by your husband is an I-130, not an I-140 (for employers only). You do have to reveal all of the rejections in detail as to why, and you will need an attorney for help.See question
Cops came searched the house found ammo 2 boxes on my headboard I'm on court probation x felon didn't know they were there they belonged to roommate. I was staying in a friend's living room with my wife and three kids. Down on our luck. Cops arres...
You have placed this question in immigration. I don't know your immigration status, and with a felony on your record, it can't be good. More information is needed.See question
I was a joinder and my father's asylum case after appealing it was Denial and we get a final order of deportation my father left the country
You must be in the U.S. to still qualify for DACA. Even after that, to have a chance for future qualification you must obtain a reopening of your case. For that, you really do need a lawyer.See question
Hello, I have applied for greencard under f2a. I got my i130 approved. my fiancee got a mail in India saying that he need to wait untill his visa is available. What is the next step. Should I just wait for next communication from USCIS? O...
Unless he has eligibility to come with a temporary work visa, his only recourse is to wait until his F2A priority date comes current as given in the U.S. State Department Monthly Visa Bulletin.See question
Would you please explane more about the details as above:intent at entry, you may file for COS but must be in status to do so.
When you speak of Change of Status, you are talking about a change from a non-immigrant visa (tourist, temporary work, student) to another non-immigrant visa. You are looking at needing to wait 60-90 days to file for COS. Otherwise, a lot more info is needed to make an evaluation.See question
I am a J1 visa holder. I would like to understand better if it a problem to exit and re-enter the U.S. WHILE the J1 is still active and WHILE the waiver is in process/obtained.
You can travel outside the U.S. while your 212(e) application for waiver is pending. Please state why you are applying for this waiver.See question