I applied for H1B Visa for 2017 lottery through a US based IT consulting company A. My application got selected; Got RFE for company’s documents like Tax details, etc. and is waiting for approval at USCIS. I still don't know how long it is going ...
You can't transfer something you don't have, so, yes, you need to get the first approval--and actually work for that company, prior to transferring. The other option is for company B to file from the beginning this year, and hope you get selected again.See question
visacoach.com this website seems to say you can consult even if you are not a lawyer.
Absolutely not. It is illegal under the immigration services fraud prevention act and the WA consumer protection actSee question
I am currently holding a temporary US green card. (I will get my permanent green card in 2 years according to the family-based green card rules). My question is can I apply GC for my parents while I am holding a green card myself and at which poin...
Only citizens can petition for parentsSee question
I came to the US under J1 visa (2 year rules don't apply) and I am getting married to an US citizen this January 2017. Lately I discovered I am 2 months pregnant, how much faster will the pregnancy help the green card process and what is the estim...
The pregnancy has no effect at all. When you will receive the green card depends on when you get everything together and filed, and whether you get a request for additional evidence, and whether your case can be approved at the time of the interview.See question
Wife and I went to a consultation with lawyer to assist in adjustment of status case for my wife and I. We really liked her and she's very reputable. However, when we asked her what evidence we needed to submit to prove our marriage is bona-fide, ...
If you are filing a stand-alone I130, which is done in various circumstancess, you include the relationship evidence up front. If you are adjusting status in the US it is usually brought to the interview.See question
Am married to a green card holder, I came in on a six months visa after filling a petition for nearly two years. When I got into USA, a ten year green card was posted to my address because my marriage was a little two years old. As I understand i...
No. You must have had the green card five years. Those who got green card based on asylum can count 1 year of asylum, which is already reflected on the "resident since" date on the green card. Those who got green card based on marriage to a citizen not permanent resident can apply after 3 years of having the green card not 3 years of marriageSee question
2 French citizens have a business idea and want to come to the US for a few months to investigate feasability, talk to potential users/partners, show them prototypes and talk to investors. We think that 90 days on a visa waiver might not be enough...
It's possible, but you should talk with an attorney to discuss. For example, you wouldn't want to apply for a visitor visa "to come to the U.S. to open a business," but to meet with potential partners, negotiate agreements would be OK. Also, you need to review under which type of visa you would open a business. Are you thinking of an E-2, would an L work? The longer-term plan should be discussed. I really do recommend you talk with an experienced immigration attorney to review. You can do it by phone, or if you come on the VWP, for meetings, you can meet in person to discuss the longer term optionsSee question
I just got my citizen and I want to apply for my daughters citizenship. She was born on April 26,2011. So if I file the n-600 and she she will became a u.s citizens does it expired when she turn 19? Or she will become a citizens forever??
It won't expire. But to do the N600 she must be a permanent resident first. You don't mention whether she isSee question
My green card expired on Dec. 22, 2016, but scheduled for interview on Jan 11, 2017.
If you had a 10 year card, the card expires not the status, so yes. If you had a two year card, the status expires, so no.See question
My father is American citizen until his death. I was born outside American and i'm above 18years. I want to know if it will be possible for me to get American papers.
It would depend on a number of factors including the time of his actually residency in the U.S., his age during the time he lived here, when you were born. If he doesn't meet the residency requirement, his parent (your grandparent might). I recommend you meet with an experienced immigration attorney for the analysis.See question