I am preparing to apply for Citizenship n-400 after 5 years
I am preparing to apply for Citizenship n-400 after 5 years of being Permanent resident. My question is: We are physically separated with my husband, not legally. Will it affect the case? Also I got my green card through my husband.I will appreciate the answer.
In early 2013 ,i flew out from my country Ghana to U.S which
Hi, my name is ***** ***** early 2013 ,i flew out from my country Ghana to U.S which I was detained by the Immigration then they begin to questioned me about my previous travels to the state, and during our conversation the immigration officer told me i have been lying in some of my forms i submit to the immigration in the state whenever i arrives in the airport. and i also told him i have not been lying and i have no idea what he is talking about . so i made it clear to them whenever i traveled to the state is because of my wife whom i have been married to or either coming here for holidays but i dont do nothing illegal or nothing else in the state than to spend time with my wife or vacation.so they understood me then after they told me since i have been married to a U.S citizen I am not supposed to be traveling with my tourist visa because once i am married am supposed to be traveling with fiance visa, so i was asked why haven't i applied for my citizenship or green card after i was married to my wife.. then i explained to them due to my dad business I have been taken care of I cant leave my dad's business then work on my citizenship or get my green card.. then i was told since am not ready to spend my time in the state with my wife then my tourist visa needs to be cancelled so that i will be returned back to Ghana so that when i returned back to my country then i will rather apply for fiance visa which I am qualified to get it since i am married to U.S citizen.so I agreed to returned back to my country to apply for fiance visa, then after i returned back to Ghana i tried applying for fiance visa which i was refused, and after i was refused with fiance visa i didn't go back in to the embassy again. few months later I and my wife had misunderstanding which we both decided to end our relationship. so we have finally divorced... now I have met new girl friend in the state which we have been communicating for year now , i take good care of her and i support her whenever she needs my help and she also supports me whenever i need her help, i can say we happy together..and in this moment she has intend to fly to Ghana for the christmas holidays and we are now planning how i could get back to the state.. we were thinking of getting a fiance visa which we need an advise and ideas how we can go about it.I own a Real Estate and also own a Car Business, meaning Import and export used cars from the state and canada.we need a guideline this moment...any help
My natural parent(mother) will be visiting the United States
My natural parent(mother) will be visiting the United States again soon. She is on a B1/B2 visa. She was here from 08/27/16 - 10/01/16. I will like to apply for her to adjust her status when she gets here. My concerns is mainly around two issue 1. Immigration intent. - this will be her second visit to the United States on this B1 visa. If we apply to adjust her status, can she be denied for immigration intent? 2. Even though she is my biological mother, she was not listed on any of my paper work. i.e (green card application/ US citizenship application) my stepmother has been on my paper work as my mother. Does this matter? I have my birth certificate that shows the name of my biological mother. Any other issues we should be worry about?
Do you assist with J1 waivers for medical doctors from
Do you assist with J1 waivers for medical doctors from India?JA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: yes and the advisor opinion asked for a No Objection from IndiaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, The J1 Waiver is for my husband who is now in Denmark. We are citizens of India but he was funded from Denmark as we were living there before coming to the US He is back in denmark and I am in the US currently on an O1A visa I want to apply for a greencard but it seems I need a J1 waiver before as I was on J2
I have an interview date for I-130 coming up in one week but
i have an interview date for I-130 coming up in one week but my husband and I are not in good terms. I am thinking about divorcing him. will that effect my chances of filing an i-130 again in the future if i decide to re marryJA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: yesJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: i have a pending deporation status of when i was a monpr minpr minor***
I have a permanent card (by marriage to US citizen) issued
Hi,I have a permanent green card (by marriage to US citizen) issued to me on 03/18/13.I would like to apply for US citizenship on my own (not thru marriage). Please let me know:1) When is the earliest I can put in an application?2) I am visiting India at the moment. When would I need to return to the US to fulfill physical presence requirement before applying?3) I am currently a HI resident, but will be moving to CA upon my return and will most likely become a CA resident. I'm assuming I can apply for naturalization in CA. What are the considerations I have to keep in mind around this?Any other relevant info would be appreciated.Warm regards,Amit
I have a quick question. I am newly married to a Japanese
I have a quick question. I am newly married to a Japanese lady. She needs to take a trip to Canada for 5 days to perform in a festival that will possibly allow her to start a new career. I am reading that you are allowed one entry into the United States. This is very important for her, and Im reading that according to US code 22 C.F.R. Section 41.112, she would be allowed to go. is this true?JA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: We just filed paperwork for AOS today. We were married 10/12/2016JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: thats it