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I am a card holder over 20yrs, have always worked since I
I am a green card holder over 20yrs, have always worked since I have been of legal age to do so. Got into problems with the law in 2012, (wrong company and foolish decision) for having marijuana (more than 30 but less than 40gr). Charged with a misdemeanor andhad a cancellation of removal (no deportation). Just realized my green card expired almost 6 months ago, need to renew it but wondering if I should save up some money for a lawyer because of the misdemeanor and near deportation in 2012. It might take me about 1-2 months to save for an attorney, but concerned about waiting to renew my status. In the removal proceedings the decision was "cancellation of removal under section 240A (a)" . Will they look back at my record, will I face deportation again. Am I considered to be here illegally at this point.
J. Senmartin, Esq. Vicky has been approved for her IR Visa
FOR Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq.Hello, Vicky has been approved for her IR Visa and has crossed into the US. She is now waiting for her Permanent Reisdent card to arrive by mail. She now wants her Permanent Resident card to state her married name, and not her maiden name. How do we go about getting her Permanent Resident name changed?
I have been arrested in the past and then i was arrested
I have been arrested in the past for tickets and then i was arrested for a felony drug charge that i was not convicted for. then years later i got a misdemeanor for dwi. Can i get approved for renewal for my resident card. Ive lived in the us since i was 6 and from germany?
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?
I e-filed form I90 as the preparer and interpretator to
For Judith,I e-filed form I90 as the preparer and interpretator to renew my mother's resident card. Months later we received a letter requesting evidence for commuter status, that's when I realized I had checked the wrong box for application type. I checked box 1b permanent resident-in commuter status instead of box 1a lawful permanent resident. What can I do to correct this mistake? Since she's not a commuter.Thank you
My family became Permanent residents in 1997. When we
My family became Permanent residents in 1997. When we renewed our green cards in 2007, mine and my wife's were set to expire in 2017 but I have realized the my children's cards expire this year, 2016. They are aged 32, 30, 28 and 26. I turn 65 in October 2016. Their status is E10. Will there be a problem renewing my children's cards?
If someone knows their card will not be renewed given the
If someone knows their green card will not be renewed given the amount of time they have spent out of our country, should they file the I-90 anyhow to have it denied, or should they try to do a I-130 petition for immediate relative? The concern is the I-90 will be denied and then the relative is out of status, but that the I-130/ I-465 may not be accepted anyhow because she still has an A number
When I file an electronic i90, it requests a reason
For Guillermo:When I file an electronic i90, it requests a reason for deportation proceedings. I basically stated that it was terminated due to an adjustment of status because the client was granted permanent residence through marriage. Do I need to provide any supporting documentation?
After reviewing an I-90 renewal application with a client,View more immigration law questions
for Guillermo:After reviewing an I-90 renewal application with a client, the client insists that he was not in deportation proceedings as I indicated in Part 3 #4. The client entered the country illegally and immediately applied for political asylum. As his case was pending for 2 years, and then an immigration judge acknowledged his marriage and terminated the proceedings. Does this automatically mean he was in deportation proceedings because he applied for political asylum and was seen before the immigration judge?