I'm a mother of the child American citizen and he has autism and need treatment or any help in USA, because in Brazil he has nothing . We lived in USA and passed the 6 months as tourist , I want to know if there is a chance to get permanent visa t...
You could ask for a humanitarian parole to care for your USC child in the US. However, this is unlikely to be a permanent solution. IN order for a parent to obtain legal permanent residence through US citizen child that child must be 21 years or older. Additionally, since the bullying and harm has been directed at your child, although this can point toward an asylum claim he would not get such protection since he is a US citizen. There appear to be no clear easy answers based on information you provided. My advise is to consult an immigration attorney so that more detail information may be provided and more specific advise may be given.
I am doing consular processing in Berlin. My husband lives in the US and he will be doing adjustment of status as derivative beneficiary after I arrive there. While filling the form I got stuck in a question "Is your spouse immigrating to the U.S....
It is a bit confusing. But technically speaking your spouse will not be immigrating later to join you, since he is already in the US. So from that literal sense the best answer is NO.
Make sure your spouse is eligible for adjustment of status though. If you want detail information regarding that please consult an attorney as the answer requires knowledge of your husbands travel (into the the US) history and other factors.
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I got my approval notice from my marriage in New York City.
I–485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status $1,140 plus $85.00 for biometrics. You can find this information by going to this US Gov. Link: https://www.uscis.gov/forms/our-fees
But first make sure that you qualify for adjustment of status and are not required to do consular process. Consular process is another form. IF you have questions it is best to get an appointment with an attorney even if you will fill out and submit forms it is a good idea to consult with an attorney to make sure there are no red flags or possible issues.
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I petitioned for my adult daughter and son and all my paperwork was approved already by NVC on July 11. Now they are waiting for NVC to schedule their interview at USA Consulate in Moscow. Can new bill lately proposed by Trump effect them to get ...
To be clear it is impossible to give a 100% accurate answer, simply because anything can change between a proposal and a final law. If you are talking about RAISE the proposal made by two Republican Senators which was announced by both of them and Trump via a press conference then it is unlikely. Since the proposal does not indicate an end to existing already approved applications. Generally laws do not become retroactive, meaning they take effect from day signed into law going forward and do not affect prior law or eligibility.See question
I have to move my case to San Francisco so when I moved my case to San Francisco my clock is running that time and then after that my clock stopped on 140 days so is there any chance i can apply for my work permit or I have to wait until my first ...
Generally delays in your case (asylum application) due to your request will cause the clock to stop. And most of the time a request made by you to move the case from one location to another will cause the clock to stop. For this reason once you have a hearing at the new location IF there is a delay due to court or government request then the clock will continue. This means that you likely will need to wait until the first hearing to restart your clock. Best wishes.See question
Hi. I came from China. I enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve about a year ago via the MAVNI program, and I have applied for naturalization based on military service about 4 months ago. However, MAVNI program has been going south since last year in ...
As previously indicated you should consult with an attorney regarding the strength of an asylum application. Generally though you would want to file the asylum application within the first year of arriving in the US. There could be a valid exception in your case, no guarantee. That is why it is a good idea to file, if you meet minimum requirements, your asylum claim, even if in the future you do not need it.See question
First time the I485 rejected with "Priority date could not be established" as the reason and I realized that the I797 has blank priority date field then I re-submitted and included the I797 approval which has priority date on it. It is rejected ag...
This seems to be a mistake by USCIS. My suggestion is that you schedule a visit to the local office via info pass. Link: https://my.uscis.gov/appointment
Also the (rejections) letter should give you instructions on options you have if you do not agree with their decision. And as always it is best to work with an experienced attorney especially when out of the ordinary issues like this come up.See question
How a vandalism misdemeanor case will effect your citizenship application? I am going to pre trial process and even though I am not guilty and it was her saying against my saying, I have charged. Police report has many mistakes. In which has st...
Questions regarding how this may affect you and what is a better option to minimize immigration consequences must be answered by your criminal defense attorney. It is very difficult for a criminal defense attorney to be completely familiar with all immigration law related issues. However, due diligence and as of January 2017 penal code 1473.7 makes it clear that it is your attorney’s responsibility to answer these questions and to attempt to negotiate a more immigration safe alternative. The reasons am pushing this back at him are: 1. Because as indicated it is his duty and 2 because he is most familiar with the facts of your case and is in the best position to give you the most accurate advise. My advice to you is quote the penal code indicated above. If he insists that that is not his area of knowledge then it is upon him to become familiar either by researching or consulting with an attorney that is familiar with immigration law. More and more immigration and criminal defense attorneys will need to work together to assist non-US citizens facing criminal charges. No longer (although this has been the case for a while 1473.7 makes it more crucial) may criminal defense attorneys simply push aside immigration issues.See question
I passed the civics test. Interviewer took my signature on 3 forms and told me that I would receive naturalization letter in mail and I got so happy that I passed but later at the end of the interview she gave me Form N 652 stating: A decision ca...
It is very common for a final decision to come after the date of the interview. However, officer must provide the applicant with a notice of results at the end of the interview regardless of the outcome. The notice should address the outcome of the interview and the next steps involved for continued cases The form N652 that was handed to you should tell you what the next step is.
Additionally, if you have any reason to be concerned, such as criminal, immigration or travel history you should seek legal advise from an attorney. Be forthcoming so that if there could be any issues the attorney can help you spot them.
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My husband and I are seeking a lawyer for a very challenging case. He - in removal proceedings and admitted into the U.S on parole with an I-94 that expires in 2020. Has upcoming court date on August 8, 2017 (second appearance in court which marks...
The good news is that he entered after being inspected. Yes there will be a wait for him to adjust status (obtain a green card through your petition). 1. as an LPR you may begin the process by filing an I130 which I advise you do as soon as possible, but because of your status he will need to wait for a visa to become available. or 2. He will need to wait until you become a US citizen, when you become a citizen he will not need to wait for a visa to be available (those are available immediately) the wait time will be for you to become citizen (roughly 6 months, very rough estimate) and processing time for his green card through US citizen spouse could also be another 4 to 6 month wait time.
To Do ASAP:
1. you start process to become US citizen (if eligible and prepared for test)
2. file I130 for your husband to begin process, even as LPR, this can be changed after you become a citizen
3. and very important hire an attorney to assist with this and deportation defense.
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