My mom is a permanent residence of United state ( green card holder ). Last year she has some family issue to take care at country ( Myanmar ). So she applied re entry permit and went back to there . Now she is living over there for 7 months al...
The permit is good for coming/going in/out the US for up-to 2 years ... it is not intended to be for a continuous 2 year period.
She should try to spend at-least a few weeks back 'home' in the US at-least once a year.
PS By staying out of the US for more than 6 months on any one visit, she has 'lost' her physical presence for US Citizenship/Naturalization purposes.See question
I am a Brazilian and I was selected on H1B lottery now in 2017 but I am currently working in Poland. If I am approved at the end of H1B process can I do the interview and get the stamping here in Poland? Or will I need to do it in Brazil?
Yes, if you have a permit to work/live in Poland, you can be processed for an H-1B at the US Consul in Poland.See question
If the university cannot apply for J-1 visas how can they get designation and how long does it take?
To my knowledge all of the Universities in the Portland area can issue DS-2019 forms for a J.
Take a look at pages 19 & 20: https://j1visa.state.gov/participants/how-to-apply/sponsor-search/19/?program=Professor%20and%20Research%20Scholar&state&sort=state&order=asc
The approval process for a school takes a long time, more than 1 year.See question
I APPLY FOR I765 UNDER DACA DERIVED FROM U VISA APPLICATION AND I DONT LNOS WHAT HAPPEN CAUSE I LOST CONTACT WITH MY LAWYER
DACA status does not derive from a U visa application.
Find another lawyer, there are many low/no cost immigration service agencies in FL.See question
i just became a permanent resident green card holder through marriage but i did register for selected services since 2002 now being a resident for 6 months can i apply for my citizenship?
Selective service registration doesn't give any extra privelages.
If married to a US citizen you can not file sooner than 2 years and 9 months after the 'resident since' date on your greencard.See question
A has an expired F-1 visa and is currently in the US B is in Europe and has known A for several years, mainly staying in touch online A and B would like to get married however same-sex marriage is not legal in neither of their home countries. C...
Can they get married? Yes, probably
Can they stay? NO, sorry a tourist and a former student don't qualify for any type of residence/work permit.
Consider a 3-way Skype consultation.See question
Hellow I am from Bangladesh . My case type is I130. Priority date is june 29 ,2007 . Receipt number is EAC-07-201-50114 and it was from Texas service center. Then how much time I need to wait
I-130 is a form, not a case type. Case types with waiting periods fit into Family 1, 2a, 2b, 3, or 4.
Who type is yours?See question
I overstayed and my husband as a permanent resident filed I-130 for me and he will become a US citizen within 6-7 months then we will file I-485. But I wonder if I give me current address info on the forms I-130 and I-130 as physical address , USC...
Yes, that information is shared with all brances of DHS due to the fact that they have a common database.
Why are you wanting to file the I-130 now?
Why not wait until he is a US Citizen and then file the I-130/I-485 concurrently.
Have a Skype consultation with an attorney to get a better education on the proper way to proceed.See question
I have a B1-B2 visa which allows me to enter the USA unlimited times for 6 months a a time. My country of citizenship is P.R. China.
Why would/should the State of Texas issue a driver license to a TOURIST? I can't think of any reason that you could give to qualify for a TX DL.
Consider getting an IDP, or checking to see if your China DL is valid in the US:
I came to the US on H-4. I applied for change of status to F-1 and studied for a year. I worked on OPT for another year. I did not get a F-1 stamp. I want to go back to H-4. Which one of the two options is advisable: (1) Apply for COS or (2) Trave...
1. Yes, a COS is an option ... but it will take several months.
2. DNOT GO TO CANADA/MEXICO. Go home to do this ... or plan to spend more than 30 days in Canada/Mexico (this is due to special I-94 and 'revalidation' rules for people that go to those places for less than 30 days.)See question