I need to know whether I should file a complaint or not, due
Hello, I need to know whether I should file a complaint or not, due to the fact that after a year waiting for the I-751 answer from Vermont, they sent me a letter asking my husband for signing the form. I keep copies of everything and we noticed that the copies they sent were not ours. Actually, the petitioner's last name is ***** ***** to ours.I already sent a letter to clarify this attaching the letter and copies they sent me, copies of complete form we sent last year and a new form signed, just in case they have lost it.I was told that I could ask for a Request of Service and file a complaint. I did the first but I am still wondering if filing a complaint would help or hurt.Thanks for kind attention.
Second opinion] I have an immigration question. My mother is
Second opinion] Hi, I have an immigration question. My mother is a green card holder and traveled outside the US without realizing that her green card had expired. She was only outside of the US for 3-4 months and had a 10 year green card which expired last year. The airline did not let her board when they saw the expired card and now she is separated from her family unable to travel. All of her family is here in US, so I am trying to find out the best/quickest process to get her back to states. Thanks for your help in advance.
My I -751 form,Petition to remove conditional residence
My I -751 form,Petition to remove conditional residence status is return to me because early filling. I sent the form few days earlier. And I may resubmit it again. My question is: Can I send same form again which one they returned to me or I have to filling new one with new dates.
I am filling out an I-751 form and I'm wondering what is
Hi! I am filling out an I-751 form and I'm wondering what is absolutely necessary to put in the packet.JA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: Yes, I filled out the Petition to Temove Conditions on Residence. Then I have a huge packet underneath full of "evidence", but I wasn't sure if there was any required evidence that I am missing.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No, I'm doing it without a lawyer because we used a lawyer for our first time and it pays way too much. We can't afford it. I have pretty much all of it done anywaysJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No :)
I am seeking advise on a immigration related matter.I am a
Hi,I am seeking advise on a immigration related matter.I am a US conditional permanent resident.However I am going through a divorce.We have two kids together.I had filed the I-751 selecting the option for marriage entered in good faith but ending in a divorce.The biometrics are done and the next step is an interview with USCIS.I read in blogs that the officials ask for a divorce decree within 87 days of interview.My husband is trying to delay the divorce process.He has never been physically abusive but I have sufficient proof in terms of emails,chats,police reports to prove there was extreme cruelty.I had to file for injunction also and had to spend 7 days in a shelter too with my kids.He has a alcohol problem and behaviourso issues too.Could you please guide me as to whether I send a separate application to USCIS selecting extreme cruelty for a marriage entered in good faith or do I provide all the evidence in the interview?Thanks,Chinmayi
My question is not for me, it is for a friend who is abused
Hi. My question is not for me, it is for a friend who is abused from her husbandJA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: and she is afraid to visit your web pageJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: as far as I know she did a police report, only once but she is been abused for more than a yearJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: well she came from Indonesia after she married with US citizen, she got a conditional green card and only him can renew it, that will be on the next Sep./17 thats why she is very afraid to be deported or to face more problems
Working on a petition to remove condition on residence i-751
working on a petition to remove condition on residence i-751we submitting banking statements, auto insurance statements and state and federal tax returns for this roundafter waiting a year we finally got a response requesting more evidence, they are requesting further evidence of a good faith marriage such as children, common residence, etc.my husband and i are unable to have children, and we knew that going in to our relationship, we dont have alot of close mutual friends that i will want/care to write affidavits, and the house that we live in was in my name before we ever got married and i really dont want to add name or go through the hassel.... its just been a huge roller coster. adn i feel like im losing my mind. need help and advice
My wife's 2-year provisional card is coming for renewal. As
My wife's 2-year provisional green card is coming for renewal. As we are filling the paperwork, we have to resolve her an incongruency between her FirstName, MiddleName, and LastName that I used to fill out all of her initial green card application vs her name printed on the actual green card. The question is: should we keep her name as-is on the Greencard or how I listed it on the application?In the original application, her FirstName is***** is Yousuf, and LastName is Marvi. On the Greencard and all other documents: driver's license, credit cards, etc, her FirstName is ***** ***** LastName is Yousuf. She doesn't have a MiddleName. This is probably because, on the Pakistani passport, a female has her FirstName and then her Father's/Husband's Name printed.To state the question again: should I print her name as-is on the Greencard: FirstName (Habiba) andLastName (Yousuf) or as it is in the original application: FirstName (Habiba), MiddleName (Yousuf), and LastName (Marvi)?