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I have a friend from Uganda who is here on an F-1 student
Hi Jennifer,I have a friend from Uganda who is here on an F-1 student visa. The F-1 visa expires 8/16 and her I-20 expires May 2017. She wants to become a permanent resident with a green card.From what I've read she needs to file an Adjustment of Status (I-485), but someone, either the school, an employer, or even a blood relative already here on a green card, has to file the form for her. Is that correct? Can she file for it on her own?Someone had to file the F-1 for her, so I'm guessing it was the school she attends. She's in college.Is there anything else that she will need to do.
What are the ways to get pr in usa JA: The Immigration
What are the ways for indians to get pr in usaJA: The Immigration Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I am an international student in australia and want to settle in usa. What are the possible ways to settle or to get pr/JA: Is there anything else the Immigration Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: I am an Indian of 18 years oldJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Immigration Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
In the context of the proposed changes to the
FOR JUDITH: In the context of the proposed changes to the I-601A waiver process: Does "statutorily eligible for an immigrant visa" refer to any beneficiary of a validly-filed immigrant visa petition -- an I-130? Including beneficiaries in the preference categories?
When my son was born in 2009 I did not live with my currentView more immigration law questions
When my son was born in 2009 I did not live with my current wife and she did not fill me as father of the kid. I am still not his father by documents (there is blank where is father field).I applied for Electronic US diversity visa program in 2011 and filled the form where indicated I did not have kids. My thought was that if I was not filled like father in official documents then I should not fill official form that I am father.I won the lottery in 2013 and proceeded with my documents being indicated as I did not have kids. However I married in 2013 (before I left my home country) and my wife also got documents to go with me to United States but she did not. So she lives now in my home country (Moldova).I want them to apply for US guest visa so my kid can visit me with my wife. But my concern is that I do not know what is going to happen in US Embassy during interview if my wife said that this is our kid because I filled documents 5 years ago that I did not have kids. So it looked like that I lied thought I did not want to do that I just made mistake because mixed legal vs biologocal father.