I have a neg-1 on my record, reduced from DUI, from 2015 (Washington State). I am still required to carry the SR-22 insurance, therefor my license has the "Restrictions :F" on it. That translates to "financial responsibility". Will this mean ...
You had better talk to the Canadian Consul in Seattle ... your DUI, even if reduced, may bar your ability to enter Canada without a Certificate from the Minister of Immigration.
My application for transfer of visa got accepted on July 12 and it's under processing. My J1 visa's grace period expires at the end of August and I am wondering should I have to leave from the US if the processing time of transfer takes longer tha...
Because, you filed before your J status (including the grace period) expired, you can stay until they make a decision on the COS papers.See question
my parents both got asylum green card and next year they can apply for nationality（American passport.）. I just apply asylum this march and i want to cancel it and wait for my parents to apply me. And i also want to ask if i do so can i travel to o...
Yes, you can write a letter to the asylum office on your receipt .. and immediately leave the US.
Can you travel & immigrate to other countries? Maybe ... it depends on what country.See question
I'm from europe and would like to know my chance of getting a travel visa to re-enter the states.
Possibly ... show a court certified copy of the papers to an attorney .. .a lot will depend on your record of conviction.See question
My wife, a US citizen, submitted an I-130 with myself as the beneficiary while we were both living and working in Burma. Our contracts have now ended and she has returned to the US. I am currently in the US but only as a tourist. I shall soon n...
Why do you 'need' to go to the UK?
Did you know that you can be processed for a greencard without leaving the US?See question
I am in a exchange program for 1 year and returned back to my home country.But I got a J-1 visa for 5 years. Can I travel to US immediately again on the same visa or i should apply my visa again for j-1 and if not what are the required documents
You need a new DS-2019 and probably re-register/pay for SEVIS. In addition, I recommend that you get a new visa stamp ... that way it will have the name of your new program sponsor.See question
Hello sir/madam, I have a 10 year bar for unlawful presence for overstaying my visitors visa. I had come to the U.S on visitors visa and I had overstayed it.. I have a US.C spouse, but he does not help me to come back to the U.S..A. Now I m in Ind...
Yes, you can apply ... assuming that you have proof of being in India the whole time.
But, they may deny it because you're still married to a US citizen.See question
I am an Indian, My daughter got married to an american citizen via K1 Visa. Now she holds temp green card and social security no. Adjustment of status yet to complete. But she is mentally abused and physically tortured by her husband & in laws wh...
Have her talk to an attorney in private about VAWA.
There are many non-profit agencies that provide low/no cost services: https://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/legaldirectory/
BUT FIRST ... have her leave the abusive situation and move in with you, or go to a women's shelter.See question
Employer asked for reimbursement of H1B (rejected) attorney fee. I already left the job, employer didn't send last paycheck and threatened to sue me. I'm still on my OPT (F1), just want to make sure which law can help with the situation? Than...
No, they can not make you reimburse them.
Yes, you can sue for back pay.
Talk to a labor attorney.See question
My son filed an I-130 for me, it was approved. I had the consular interview where the gave me the 10 year ban. That is now expired I completed my time in Mexico - does he have to reapply again for me? what do I need to do?
Although your son can file an I-824 to see if the original I-130 is still alive ... it might be faster to file a new I-130.See question