I have an immigration question, Yes, Yes, No
HeyJA: Hello. How can we be of help?Customer: I have an immigration questionJA: 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: No
I have a card and have return visa until October. I am
I have a green card and have return visa until October. I am living in South Africa and have not lived in USA yet. I have a daughter who also has a green card but she has effectively given it up as she has not entered the USA after activating the card in 2012. Is there ANYTHING I can do to try and make sure my daughter(14 years of age now) can keep her USA status.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: i have re-entry visa. My daughter has nothing pendingJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yes.. noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My boyfriend (Homosexual relationship) is visiting from
My boyfriend (Homosexual relationship) is visiting from another country (New Zealand) and we are trying to figure out a way for him to gain residency in the U. S. It is a very serious relationship that's been going on (officially) for a few months as well as we've known each other for 3 years. We are confident this will be a long term thing and we are extremely committed but don't want to do marry yet. We are both not.... public. Family disapproval from both sides though friends and both mothers are supportive. We both consider marriage as a last resort if all else fails. This is his third time in the running for the green card lottery and hopes are low as well as time frame is way too long. Is there anything we can do to speed up or approach for residency or should we go through with a court marriage?
I have a friend I've had for years, he lives in Brazil. He's
I have a friend I've had for years, he lives in Brazil. He's interested in getting his citizenship or at least be able to work in the US legally temporarily but we don't know what would be the easiest way to get it done. I'm a US citizen myself but don't know what we can do or how to begin the process.
Dear Imigration expert. I have been selected for lottery
Dear Imigration expert.I have been selected for lottery diversity Visa.One of the requirements is to provide that I have enough money to go to America and live on it for a while.1- I was wondering what kind of documentation I can provide to the USA embassy to prove that?2- how much should it be ?3- would the USA embassy accept a letter from my father with his bank statement confirming that he will cover all my expenses during my stay in USA ?I look forward to hearing from you.Many thanks
I have a F-1, student, visa, and I am trying to apply for
I have a F-1, student, visa, and I am trying to apply for Diversity Visa lottery. Would DV lottery affect my student visa status or anything that would distruct me from studying in the U.S.? IF I win the lottery and the process goes well, would my F-1 visa be taken away from me?
I just wanted to know best options to get a card or visa to
Hi I just wanted to know best options to get a green card or visa to be able to stay in the USA for up to 6 months at a time and eventually live in the USA - I live in Australia but I am a Spanish citizen with a Spanish passport ...
2 years ago i applied for a diversity visa and i was denied
Hello , 2 years ago i applied for a diversity visa and i was denied the visa because after my interview my case went in administrative processing and at the end the embassy could not confirm my birth certificate's number in my home country's birth registry .Embassy officer therefore assumed i was providing fake birth certificate and therefor i was denied visa under 212 (a) (6) (c) (i) .Back at that time i assumed they were making all this up because i travelled to multiple places used the same passeport and birth certificate and i never encountered any issue with it .2 year after my denial i was in the process of renewing my passeport when i was told that in my home country they actually lost the birth registry entries of the year i was born in .... which is the reason why the embassy could not find it. To make up for the incident my home country is going to reintroduce the same birth certificate i 've had all this time into the registry and is also as well going to give us a statement explaining the circumstance therefore making us be able to use the same birth certificate again.Since it was not my fault and the document i provided were all legit to my knowledge at that time i'm seeking counceling on how to approach this and revert the decision if possible, because i now need to get a visa for employment opportunity i am offered in the us .. the company is willing to support me through the process but i don't really know where to start from.Let me know if you need further details to help guide me better .THANKS