My brother is 21years old my parents both have entered the USA illegally but my parents have no criminal record, we have a house that is paid off, 3cars all paid off brother is about to graduate collage always paid our taxes my parents are hard w...
As my colleagues mention, manner of entry is key. In order to overcome the unlawful presence (if applicable) your parents would need to show extreme hardship to a quakifying relative. Please seek a consultation from an immigration attorney to determine the best options for your parents.See question
I am us illegal immigrant but my husband is us permant resident, after feeling I-130 we receive I-797 ,approval notice.but right now we don't know the next
Depending on how you entered the U.S., you may need to apply for a waiver. Contact an immigration attorney for a consultation to determine your next steps.See question
I am currently living in Mexico but I didn't always live here I lived in the u.s. for almost all my life I returned to Mexico Alittle before my 18th birth day my girlfriend and I wanted to get married and fix my u.s.satus I wanted to know what ste...
I agree with Attorney Behar. Your manner of entry is important to assess whether you would require a waiver. Also, you must not get married solely to obtain immigration relief.See question
I am currently an O-1 visa holder, planning to get marry, but hesitate about filling a marriage based green card. If we fail to keep the marriage good for over two years and fail to get the marriage condition removed green card, will I get my O-1 ...
If the marriage is deemed to be a fraudulent marriage then yes it can prevent you from being able to apply for future forms of relief. If you anticipate that you will be unable to remove conditions, you should proceed with caution and consult with an immigration attorney.See question
Would these be the approriate steps? 1. First my sibling sponsor informs the NVC that I will apply for AoS ?? 2. Would he still need to file an Affidavit of Support for me?? 3. Would I need to still file the DS261 with the NVC as they...
Because you are in the u.sm you can immediately file for adjustment of status. No need to deal with the NVC. Your 17 yr old however will go through consular processing. You should consult with an immigration attorney to assist you with this process.See question
can i work or wait till my green card is inn
Do you have a pending i485? If so, you could apply for work authorization while it is pending. Please clarify.See question
I've been a Permanent Resident for over a year now which I got through my US citizen husband and I'd like to know if I can file for a Green Card for my 53 year old Aunt who is an immigrant living in NY.
Unfortunately not. If your aunt has a spouse or parents or adult children 21 and over, or siblings who have a green card or citizemship, they can petition for her.See question
I married her at the age of 17 shes a immigrant both parents were okay by us getting married we have a 7 month old son together we started dating when I was 18. 2 years together now. can I apply for her to receive a green card permanent residency ...
Yes you can get her green card based on marriage. As my colleagues point out, there are several considerations such as manner of entry, current status, other grounds of inadmissibility etc. Best to seek a consultation from an attorney.See question
Adjustment of status
I agree with my colleagues. If you want work authorization and ability to travel outside u.s. you may also file i765 and i131 respectively.See question
Dear All, I'm USA citizen. Living as house wife and living abroad not in USA with my husband. Now my husband case in NVC. There sure we have to show affidavit support document so is that I need to fill I-864? If as I said I'm not working so my unc...
You must complete i864 as petitioner. Since you do not work, if you dont have other assets or income, yes you can include your uncle as a joint sponsor. Whether you also need his wife as household member depends on if his income will meet the federal poverty guidelines on i864p. I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney for answers to your soecific situation.See question