My Wife's Card should have been renewed, The 31st, May 2016.
My Wife's Green Card should have been renewed, The 31st, May 2016. What Should I do Now?JA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: I'm a Naturalized Citizen, She Is not..Obviously!JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No!JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The lapse in memory on my memory of remembering that, is because, My Wife Is Bedridden, and Disabled. I spend most time taking care of HER.
Can someone withdraw an application I-90 card renewal? They
Can someone withdraw an application for their I-90 green card renewal? They have recently already gone in and had their biometrics done. Apparently my friend has a previous domestic violence conviction (273.5(a)) from the year 2000. He received a misdemeanor sentence of 30 days in jail. So can he withdraw his green card renewal application? Will they place him in removal proceedings?
My friend is looking about an immigration question. 1. She
My friend is looking for advice about an immigration question.1. She obtained permanent residency through marriage to a U.S. citizen in 2004. She had legal entry when she adjusted status with a previous I-94 at the time. She was originally born in 1973 in the Philippines.2. She thought that she was completely and officially adopted in the Philippines by U.S. citizen parents. She submitted this adoption paperwork with her applications I-130, G-325a, etc. when she applied for and received permanent residency through marriage in 2004. So she stated on those applications that her parents were her adopted parents not her natural parents. ** Her adopted parents did go through with 95% of the adoption in the Philippines, however the final submission was not sent to the Philippines authorities at the time (by the lawyer there), and there was a 3 month window to do so. She only learned of this when requesting a new adoption certificate when visiting the Philippines in 2014.3. Now she wants to renew her green card and obtain naturalization, and even petition her natural birth parents.4. Can she somehow get her USCIS records changed (G-325a, etc.) so that it more accurately states her birth parents as her parents? How should she fill out her green card renewal and naturalization forms now? Should she just play dumb for now and continue to use her adopted parents names (as the previous applications were completed) when she completes her green card renewal and naturalization forms? When she is able to petition her natural parents, she would then need to try to get her adoption terminated in order to petition her natural parents, but she would be unable to terminate a petition if her adoption was never 100% complete.What would be the best route to take?
I am a Green card holder with a drug paraphernalia citation
I am a Green card holder with a drug paraphernalia citation (it is a marijuana pipe), I pleaded no contest to enter deferred disposition at the time to get the citation dismissed (was told by the county clerk that this can stop it from going on my record - the clerk wasn't aware that I am not an U.S. citizen), I didn't seek legal advise at the time and didn't know the serious consequence of pleading no contest to that citation... I researched all over the internet, some says it is an exception if the drug paraphernalia is involved with a single offense of possession of marijuana 30 grams or less, some says it cannot be waved because it is not a marijuana possession charge, some says it is not sufficient to deport a legal alien but it results in inadmissibility thus should not travel outside of U.S.I would like to apply for naturalization eventually, but I am really worry that if I'm going to get deported. In 2014, I renewed my green card without any issues, is it possible that USCIS overlooked my record, or it just means it's not an offense that triggers deportability?
On the green card renewal form online on the processing information
on the green card renewal form online on the processing information section, it asks the following questions:Where did you apply for your immigrant visa or adjustment of status?Where was your immigrant visa issued or which USCIS office granted you adjustment of status?Did you enter the United States with an immigrant visa?If you received an adjustment of status, How do you answer the 3rd question? Do I answer NO because I was on a green card at the time or Yes because I previously had entered on a visa?
My green card renewal was denied due to an error on my part.
My green card renewal was denied due to an error on my part. I made a mistake of adding my middle name (common to Filipino culture) in the form. I was asked to submit proof of evidence but I don't have any except my birth certificate. Anyhow, can I just re-file without the middle name or schedule appointment with a representative from USCIS?
I have some questions regarding card and naturalization.
Hi, I have some questions regarding green card and naturalization. I have three misdemeanors over 10 years ago. Two of them for petty theft, and one was for interference with a business. I have been crime free ever since then and my green card renewal is about to come up next year. Would this affect me getting a green card renewal or worst case scenario get me deported? I renewed the green card after the misdemeanors about 10 years ago and nothing came up. And what are my chances of getting naturalized with those records? Thank you
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I filed an I 90 parents ca use they can't speak English
I filed an I 90 for my parents ca use they can't speak English well. So I gave my mailing address and physical address of my parents. I live in Virginia and the live in Washington state. I received a biometrics appointment for green card renewal but some how am late to reschedule the appointment for them to the address which is near to them where they are living. It's still one day left. If I send the written request it's gonna received on after the time of appointment. So is there a fee of reschedule the appointment late. Please help me. My parents can't afford to pay more. They have no job right now.
My aunt was released on Parole to Detainer (ICE). She served
My aunt was released on Parole to Detainer (ICE). She served 19 years of her 20 year sentence for injury to child under 14. She has her papers, not a US Citizen. Her mother is a natural born citizen. Since her green card expired while in jail, does she run the risk of being deported for not having her green card renewed? Please help! Thank you.