i am 17 years old indian.my mom has greencard. i am also in usa but my visa and i94 expired...can she apply greencard for me while i am in usa with expired visa and i94?
How did your mother receives her green card? Is it thru marriage? If so, is your step-father a USC? If so, your step-father can petition for you since you are until 17 right now.
When can your mother apply for the citizenship? If you are under 21 when she gets her citizenship, you should be able to adjust status.
Consult with local immigration attorneys.See question
My husband was my sponsor when I applied. I got my green card in 2004. I live in Washington.
No. You don't have to inform immigration of your marital status. When you apply for US citizenship, they will ask about your marital status. Just tell them you are divorced at that time.See question
I peticioned my husband from Ecuador, I recently had our baby is there any chance they might ask me for a dna test during his interview? If so how long will this process be and what are the steps?
K1 is for fiancee. If you legally married your significant other, you will need to file I-130.See question
He has been gone 3 years & I understand he has returned to Mexico & is remarried there. What should I do to prevent myself legally from any future problems his status may incur on me? What forms, if any, do I need to complete?
Probably nothing. What you can do is divorce him but sounds like you already did since he got remarried in Mexico.See question
I just got married and we are going to file I864. Her income is not enough to be sponsor so my uncle is going to joint sponsor.My uncle just did tax return 2012 2013 but not 2014 so I sent all document with just only 2 years. However,I heard they...
Please consult with a local immigration attorney for more detailed consultation. Based on my experience, the USCIS would like to know what the co-sponsor did not file the 2014 tax return and will issue the RFE.See question
I am a green card holder. My husband is a Filipino citizen and never been here in the US. We got married in the Philippines. I changed my last name to his in all my legal documents. I want to divorce him cause it is not working out well. Is it pos...
If you reside in Washington State, you should have a jurisdiction in this state for dissolution. If you would like to speak about this in person, please schedule consultation.See question
If I remember correctly, there was a form of some sort that was made to make this translation easy and fast. What was that?
No form. The translator must declare that the translated document is accurate and that the translator is proficient/fluent in that language and English.See question
application? How long is it currently taking from the time the application is filed till the actual Oath. I will be applying from Houston, Texas.
You can travel. As my colleagues pointed out, it depends on the office. Some office, 4 months. Some office longer.See question
I am a US citizen but I don't have passport yet.
You need to get a passport. You and expedite if you need to.See question
My father applied for my sister, he was a Permanent Resident when he passed, sister currently lives in Mexico, has a tourist Visa, on the tourist visa marked married but is no longer married, should we continue with the paperwork for her Permanent...
But for the humanitarian reinstatement, your sister is out of luck. Please remember that this relief is discretionary. Consult with local immigration attorney to see if she can adequately seek this relief.See question