Relief or low risk of being deported? But I have this one little problem that's been bugging me for years, back in 2009 I commit a misdemeanor (fake ID but all infos in the ID are all mine even the ID number. The reason I have it is because I lost...
I see a bigger problem ... once the priority date becomes current .. how do you plan to get the greencard once the priority date becomes current.See question
My husband was ordered deported but at the last minute he was able to stay .he was granted a humanitarian permission to stay because I'm a disable veteran and had 3 minor children.since 2008 he has to report to immigration first every 3 months now...
I think it would be good for him to talk to an attorney and have him/her review the humanitarian papers.
Many unexpected things are happening when people check in.See question
2 duis twenty years ago. I have had green card for ten years. Will I face any issues while coming back into the US after visiting Mexico under trumps executive orders?
As long as you mentioned the DUIs when you got the greencard, you should be fine.See question
I came as a student and I applied for asylum after finishing bachelor's degree. My case is pending in the immigration court. My masters hearing date is in June, 2017. I have TPS due to earthquake in nepal.
Yes, there iss a chance of being ordered removed/deported ... even if they don't implement it until after TPS expires.
Go to the hearing with an attorney ... this is too serious for you to take lightly.See question
Today I got my request for evidence letter. . They said, Provide a completed form I-693, Report of medical examination and vaccination record ( Please ensure that the gonorrhea testing requirement is met ) I mean I have to redo the whole test agai...
New rules were put into place in late 2016, after you had your medical done.
Talk to the doctor and see if he/she can give you a 'reduced' price/service medical.See question
Hi.. I'm in the US on H1B. My wife entered into the US on H4. She already had a H1B Stamping on her passport from her employer but it got expired in Oct 2014. She is CAP Exempt. Now in the US, she got an offer and the new employer is planning to c...
1. No she can not and she needs to talk to the new company's immigration lawyer to learn why. Make sure she doesn't waste time with NON-ATTORNEYS in HR.
2. This is a mess you don't want to touch. That's why premium processing should be used, giving a 15 day response and avoiding the problems involved with working on nothing more than a receipt notice.See question
I am on a H1B visa in the US. My petition expires in 4 months, but it will be extended for another 2.5 years. I'm hoping to travel back to my country but have some concerns with VISA stamping. Right now in my country there is some uncertain politi...
Either tell us what country you're from ... or talk in private with the company's immigration lawyer.
Don't let NON-ATTORNEYS in HR touch the H papers.See question
I will be applying for my US citizenship soon. I am originally an asylee from Iraq. Is there any way I can renounce my Iraqi citizenship when I become a US citizen? The Iraqi Embassy/Government refused to cooperate with me because I am a polit...
Good question, but not one of US immigration law.
Try calling every number in this phone directory in which the word Iraq appears ... maybe they can help you.
Hi, My petitioner is about to submit my I-129 to exend my O-1B petition. The I-129 form requires the I-94 number because I'm currently in the US, but I will be traveling while the I-129 is being processed (I'm an artist and tour internationall...
You're probably not going to like this.
You can't leave the US while the papers are being processed ... to do so would be an abandonment of the petition.
Can't you stay in the US for 15-20 days and have them do premium processing?
Make sure you and the company talk to a lawyer, you may not be able to avoid going to your homeland if you 'must' travel after the visa stamp expires.See question
I came to USA in F2 visa in 2013.. My visa status changed to F1 on August 12th 2016... I went to the school where I got the F1 status approved. But since I was very much emotionally imbalanced to stay away from my husband, since I came to USA I wa...
Yes, you can go home and get the visa there. Talk to the DSO about the F-2 SEVIS record.See question