My husband may be transferred to the US on a diplomatic visa
My husband may be transferred to the US on a diplomatic visa in the summer. There is no bilateral agreement between the US and the country he represents for reciprocal work arrangements for spouses but a de facto agreement is in place. I work as a consultant for an international organization, so this would be considered self-employed. Would this be acceptable under the de facto arrangement?
Hi, I have a question in regards ***** ***** N400. Im currently
Hi, I have a question in regards ***** ***** N400. I'm currently a resident and have been for 13 years. I have no problems filling out this form except for one question; 46A. The question is "Are you a male who lived in the United States at any time between your 18th and 25th birthdays?". This is in regards ***** ***** follow up Selective Service question of 46B.I came over on a tourist visa and got married when I was 25 (August 2000). By the time we did all our paperwork and everything I did turn 26 (November 2000). When we called in regards ***** ***** Selective Service they told us I was not eligible since I was already 26. So I did live in the US before 26 but got married right at the end of 25 and by the time the paperwork was done I was not eligible anymore. So I have no registration date or Selective Service Number. I just want to confirm that this is all OK, I don't want to hit a snag while filling out this form. Any help is very much appreciated.Thanks,Mark
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Hi! Im hoping someone can help me with this question. I will
Hi! I'm hoping someone can help me with this question. I will list the important details before posing the question. Information:Date on I-94: May 13th 2014 Scheduled Interview with Immigration, to discuss option to file for extension, or change status, (didn't know he could file for extension without interview:) May 12th 2014 Date of arrest: May 10th 2014 Legal Status at the Time of Arrest: Lawful. Visiting on B2 visa Charges: Wife claimed & filed Aggravated Battery Charges ** Once arrested, immigration put a 'hold' on him Currently: Still incarcerated but expect charges to be proven false next week; evidence (a business video recording) surfaced proving he was in a different place at the time of the alleged accusations. Question: Once the charges are proven false, will the immigration remove the 'hold'? Can we, or his criminal attorney, do anything to make sure the immigration hold is removed? Thank you very much!
My spouse is a Canadian citizen and is working in the United
My spouse is a Canadian citizen and is working in the United States on a diplomatic visa. After his time is up, he wants to live here in the U.S. and change his visa to a permanent resident visa. How would we go about doing this without him having to go back to Canada?
I am on H1-B and my company is already in the process of applying
I am on H1-B and my company is already in the process of applying for Green Card. I believe my papers are with the DOL now for certification afterwhich I believe we post my current role for applicants. My new wife is on a G visa and working for the UN. The UN states in one of their documents that I need to transfer to G4 status but I am reluctant to do so cause I will have to be off payroll for 6-8 weeks.Do I really need to transfer to my wife's G4 status knowing that I have the Green Card on the way? Secondly what are the implications on my Green Card application? Have you had a client not transfer to G4 and still get the Green Card?Thanks.
Hi, I am currently a U.S. permanent resident and will start
Hi, I am currently a U.S. permanent resident and will start functioning as a Diplomat for the country where I am a Citizen. Do I need to surrender my permanent resident status in order to obtain a type A Diplomatic Visa, or can I have both?