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I recived and i360 prima facie will for 60 days on 01/26/27 will expire on 03/26/17 the notice said they will send me a final decision in the mail with in 150 days from the receipt notice my question is why 60 days prima faice and 150 till the fin...
You asked this same question before. Go to that question for the response.See question
My i360 vawa petition prima facie notice will expire 03/26/2017 and it was for a 60 days period starting 01/26/2017 and it's saying they will make the final descsion in 150 days that mean I might stay without a prima facie for 80 more days , does ...
No, it does not mean that your application will be denied. Did you file can urrently with
an I-485? You have a complex situation that needs a lawyer taking care of it. Do yourself a favor and visit one in anchorage.
they said me telling the doctor I used marijuana twice last year isn't Going to be a problem ,once in a negative it's going to be 2 years actually because my interview is next month I will state to them it was at the party 2 years ago and it was ...
It is a drug related offense if you admit to it under oath. Now, it would not be prosecuted under Federal First Offenders Act allowing it NOT to be a basis for inadmissibility. If you do not disclose you would be committing fraud. Its a rock and a hard place. If you are going to admit then make it short and to the point. When, how, and don't add more unless specifically asked.See question
I applied for EAD in June with all other papers for my Green Card. After 2 months I got my appointment for my EAD on September 28 which is more than three months since USCIS had received my fees for biometrics. A week later( Septermber 3) I got m...
Your physical employment authorization must be in hand for you to be authorized to work. You have to wait to receive it before you may commence work. From your facts it should be here soon.See question
I came into the country with a B2 visa but later got married to a US citizen . My visa is still valid and she's filling for my papers .last week for my a letter for my biometric appointment for next month and later got another letter for my inter...
It's fine. If you are really worried about it you can also come in earlier to take your biometrics. Otherwise you can wait for the day of the interview.See question
I was charged with an DUI. Not yet convicted have pretty good chances of getting the case dismissed. My next hearing is in October can I leave the US and still enter back. My Non immigrant status is L1b
Your arrest will draw attention to your case and you may be sent to deferred inspections. Is your L visa stamped in your passport already or do you have to go to the consulate? You need to clarify your questions.See question
I'm enter in usa on b1b2 Visa from Pakistan I can't go back to my country because of security reasons can I apply for asylum My family still in pakistan
You need to discuss with an immigration attorney. It really depends of who and why you are afraid to go back.See question
I sent my aos package on June 20-22, USCIS got my package on June 24, 2016. On June 28 I received all three notices for I-130, I-485, and I-765. I checked my case online and it's said they collected biometrics fee on June 28. It's August 15, 2016 ...
You should be getting the appointment soon (It is usually a month or two after the filing). It will be to take your prints in Anchorage. You may come earlier or after your appointment date by making an info-pass appointment or going to the CIS (immigration) office. If you do not make an info-pass appointment to take your bio-metrics note that the anchorage office is only open to the public Monday thru Thursday between 8:00AM and 12:00PM.See question
My situation is: Last summer i came with my J1 Visa and i was told by my work agency that if i wish to stay after my Visa expires, i should apply for ESTA. So i did it was approved, but i didn't re-enter the country, I applied for them while i was...
You overstayed your visa. You need to get a B-1/B-2 at the consulate in order to come back to the U.S., unfortunately you may not come back using ESTA/VWP because of your overstay. The issue of the 180 days only comes into play in regards to the 3 and 10 year bars and it is not something you need to worry about. If you come with ESTA you will be in violation of its rules and you may be detained and returned back to your country at the port of entry. (You will not be placed in removal proceedings because ESTA does not allow for you to see an Immigration Judge). My recommendation would be to go to the consulate and apply for the B1-B2 visa and explain to the consul why you overstayed.See question
I was just curious, I have a friend who used an apps for a passport reader, he scan his passport and he showed it to me what's in there. And there is this thing "Authenticity not validated". What does that thing means?? Thank you
Exactly what it says there: has not been determined to be authentic.See question