Would leading a youth conference in Spain allow me to obtain advanced parole? Would it qualify under humanitarian? Since we will be in street teams evangelizing as well...? I'm one of the main speakers for the conference (hopefully) only if AP w...
In theory, this is possible.
BUT, you should have an attorney prepare the AP application ... it won't be easy.See question
My sister-in-law is a Greek citizen and our children need a nanny that is fluent in Greek and can tutor the kids in the Greek language. We live near Milwaukee, WI where there really isn't that many people who are fluent in Greek and are young enou...
I hate to be the bearer of bad news. But ... this won't work.
You should have a Skype consultation with an attorney for confirmation and clarification.See question
I got fired from Employer A on Apr 15 2017 and I got the new job and I'm joining with new Employer B on Jun 1, but I am planing to start working with only FedEx receipt number. Since it will take two to three weeks to get actual receipt number fro...
The law says that a receipt is 'good enough' ... I don't normally like that kind of 'risky' situation .... I prefer actual approval notices.
- What if there is an RFE?
- What if there is a denial?
- Who suffers? You or the company? .... YOU.
Thus, I've been recommending that people go home before the 60 days are up .. and return once the new H is approved.
The receipt number will be on the back of the canceled check ... talk to the company's attorney and NOT a NON-ATTORNEY in HR.
Also, don't go to work for any company that wants to send you to a 'client' job site ... that type of relationship is being closed down by CIS.See question
Recently, my I-140 got approved on 4/28/17. It was pending for over 250 days. When I filed I-140, I-485 was filed concurrently but sent back since the dates were not current for EB-3 in Aug 2016. My I-485 has been pending for more than 263 days. S...
Didn't your company use a lawyer?
Have you talked to him/her and NOT a NON-ATTORNEY in HR?
If not, why not?
If yes, please share what he/she said.See question
We got our NVC case number on phone but we haven't received an invoice yet or anything else, a lady from the NVC told us they will send it to our email because my wife changed her address. What should we do now? Should we call them or just wait?
How long ago did your wife call?
She should wait at-least 30 days before calling again.See question
I have a 01 visa good until 2019 and I just got the Dv-2018. Can I travel after submiting DS-260? Should I submit DS-260 asap not to risk filling up or I can wait? How long does the process take? DV-2018 starts January 2008? Thank you very m...
You would be wise NOT TO TRAVEL.
The DV-2018 program follows a 'fiscal calendar' ... October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018.
Depending on your number, you may get processed soon, or later.See question
I was born and live in the UK (put in a random state as the website required me to), and have always been interested in moving to the US, but there are obviously some difficulties with that. I am illegible for the diversity lottery and I don't hav...
Yes, you could study, get a degree (masters or higher is better) and get an employer to sponsor your greencard.
Citizenship eligibility doesn't happen until after you've had a greencard for 5 years, unless you are married to a US Citizen.See question
My fiance and I are thinking of going back to phil to apply for my L2 visa. Is this better than filing COS here in usa?
Yes, there is a high ratee of approval at both the US Consulate and US CIS.
Talk to your spouse/fiancee's immigration lawyer for a list of documents.See question
I am planning to return to Phil from my B2 visa here in USA. Which is better file it as CoS for L2 or exit and apply in phil embassy?
It depends on your future travel plans.
If you don't intend to leave the US for 2-3 years, you can file a COS.
But, if you wish to travel, it is better to get a L-2 visa stamp/foil in the Philippines.
There won't be too many questions .,. they will just need to verify the marriage and that your spouse is still working in the US on an L-1 (pay stubs are usually good enough, along with the I-797).See question
Wife petitioned husband. He is now waiting for his appointment to Consulate of Honduras. What happens after that? Will he get a conditional resident card or a permanent resident card? Will it depend on how long they have been married?
Yes, it will depend on how long they are married ... a fact you forgot to tell us.See question