If I am a J1 and only having few month on the 5 years limit to leave the country, shall I be able to change my visa to be F2, since my husband is an F1? Note: I have that two years obligation.
Yes, you can apply.
Will it be approved? That is difficult to say without knowing more about the non-immigrant intent you intend to prove.See question
Currently I'm 18, marriage occured at 17. My step father filed me for CR2 and i have no criminal records. What are my chances of me getting my visa since i have my interview in about 2 weeks in Mexico?
Were you under 16 when your US citizen step-father petitioned for you?
Yes, you have no UP and things 'should' go smoothly.
BUT, you should talk to an attorney via Skype ... there is a chance that you could get 'stuck' in CDJ for weeks/months, or longer & you should be fully prepared for the 'worst' type of government employee.See question
My husband abuse me for almost 2yrs. physically and mentally.I remember when we have misunderstanding he spit in my face twice.Theres many times everytime he get mad he choke me.I didn't leave him because I love him.But just yesterday I came to th...
I agree with my colleague, you shouldn't tolerate this abuse.
You should meet with an attorney in private to discuss a I-751 waiver.
NOTE: You say you're still working ...how can you work in PA if you are in TX?See question
My wife, daughter and myself are all US citizens. Both the wife and I work with the same international company and we've been constantly dispatched overseas for years. Right now we finally came back to the US, bought a house and settled in. During...
I must be direct with you, grandma will have a difficult time getting a B-2 tourist visa. Not impossible, but very, very difficult.
To be honest, the best thing would be for you, or your wife, to fly to China and bring the girl to the US.
If you insist on trying for grandma's tourist visa, talk to an attorney via Skype to assist her in gathering documents to prove that she'll return to China at the end of her SHORT visit to the US.
Why will grandma have a difficult time? Simple, due to the fact that her daughter/son is a US citizen, she is 'at risk' of trying to get a greencard after she arrives ... a big no-no for people on tourist visas.See question
I currently live in Ecuador with my wife, she is 24 and we have been living in ecuador for almost 7 years now, my mother invited us to spend Christmas in NY and she is going for her visa interview on monday. She went 2 years ago and her visa was...
When you say 'she is going for her visa interview' I assume you mean your wife and not your mother.
Yes, your wife will have a problem ... unless she can show that the TWO OF YOU have super-strong ties to Ecuador and will most certainly return to Ecuador after a SHORT vacation in the US.
Consider a Skype consultation with an attorney, yes many of us work on the weekend, to assist her with a practice interview and what documents to bring showing strong ties to Ecuador.See question
Hello, I-485 marriage based PD June/2016 (MSC) On october 31 USCIS updated my status to RFE Response received On November 4 they sent me just a notice to prepare my medical exam I-693 for the future if i get an interview or if they issue ano...
Yes, you passed the FIRST test ... there will be more.
Consider a Skype consultation with an attorney ... especially since you appear to be filing in the F2A category, which requires that you've been 100% legal in the US.See question
I just checked my status from my application of I-765 ( Application for Employment Authorization ) and it says " NEW CARD IS BEING PRODUCED " On November 22, 2016, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number xxxxxxxxxxxxx , and will mail it to the...
It means what it says: a card is being produced and will be mailed to the address you put on your application.
if you stay more than 90 days on the K-1 visitors visa how do you legally make it right . and still stay in the US
A K-1 is not a visitor visa.
A K-1 is a fiancee visa with only one purpose ... marriage to the person who filed the I-129F petition.
NOTE: Even if 90 days have passed, you can still marry that person.
If you do not marry that person you must leave the US ... there are no exceptions, nor alternatives.
Have a Skype consultation with an attorney for confirmation/clarification.See question
I entered USA illegally and I have asylum in process I got work authorization card and I'm a truck driver but I wanna move to Canada I have all documents ready which they need for work permit in Canada but can I apply from USA and is my status gon...
You should talk to a Canadian immigration lawyer, this is not a US immigration law question.
Try searching www.ailalawyer.comSee question
I entered the United States on 05/25/2016 on a J-1 visa (exchange visitor). The period of this visa was from 05/09/2016 to 09/09/2016. During this time I was working in Arizona. On 09/06/2016 I sent all my documents to the Department of Homeland...
You forgot to tell us what additional documents that they requested.
Most likely, depending on the country you are from, it would make more sense to go home and apply there.
Consider a Skype consultation with an attorney for confirmation.See question