My wife wasn't married before her visa interview oversee in June 2012; prior to her coming to the US, we got married in October 2012. In November 2012 she left for the US. Fortunate for me I came on a visit through my Organization for professional...
Citizenship? I see nothing in your facts that would qualify her for US Citizenship. She left the US more than 4 years ago and you haven't mentioned whether or not she moved back to the US.
Most likely she abandoned her residence and the greencard is no good.
Have a Skype Consultation with an attorney before she buys plane tickets.See question
My EAD expires in October 2017 while my H4 status expires in December 2018 (had a passport renewal hence the difference between these dates)? I have read both 120 and 180 days as the earliest time one can apply for renewal.
I think 6 months is too early, we usually do it 4-5 months in advance.See question
USCIS AOS/I-864 Question: I am the petitioner who is in the process of an IRC visa (spouse/stepson now overseas). I was told to file a separate I-864 form for each immigrant. When filling out this form specifically for the stepson, who is the prim...
Your spouse is your primary immigrant.
You might have misunderstood. You need 2 I-130 forms, but one I-864 is sufficient ... unless the US Consul insists on 2 .. then he is the primary person on his form.See question
i do not want to be responsible for her actions or activities in the usa. she is colombian and i am afraid she may break the law as she knows a lot of drug related criminal types here in Colombia SA. I wrote an e mail to the us emabassy, but nev...
Your writing on the visa will have no effect .. other than to irritate the immigration officer.
You don't 'own' that visa, it is her property.
You will have no responsibility for her actions/activities while in the US.
The Embassy probably won't respond ... most likely they'll think of it as a family disagreement and none of their business.See question
Looking to petition for my step father, married my mother before i was 18. Is he given the same immediate relative priority as a natural parent or is he treated similar to a sibling or other preference category?
This would be an immediate relative category.See question
If you are seeking asylum for past persecution, do you have to check the box next to "Apply for withholdig of removal under the convention against torture " ?
If asylum is granted, the person can eventually get a greencard. Not so with withholding.See question
My wife and i filed joint tax return this year after getting married in December 2016 and She is also the sponsor on I-864 that we are filing to USCIS. I have two question related to income as follows: - What should be the income mentioned o...
- Use the US Citizen's W-2 numbers
NOTE: You should consider a Skype consultation with an attorney. These are pretty basic questions ... there may be other parts of the process that you don't understand, perhaps without even knowing that you don't understand.See question
If the petitioner (ie green card holder) gets put in removal proceedings what happens to the spouse he sponsored that is outside the country? Does the consulate stop working on the case. Or would the spouse still be able to join the petitioner? (a...
There will be no change .. .unless the petitioner's greencard is taken away.
Talk to an attorney if this is a possibility.See question
I got a change of status b2 to F2 and my sister sponsored me, signing affidavit noting she will provide me with housing, medical expenses and a return ticket home (I am not authorized to work and i don't). She recently changed her mind and said I ...
F-2 ... dependent child/spouse of an F-1 student? Who is the person with the F-1? They are responsible for you. The 'promise' your sister made can't be enforced, sorry.See question
Currently, I am in OPT-STEM extension and have a job. My company is filing H1B for me this April . But I find my EAD card is lost today. I have the copy of this EAD card. I found replacement of EAD card needs about 3 months which means I will not ...
As my colleagues pointed out, you are fine as long as you don't change employers. No need to inform anyone.See question