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I'm applying for a waiver to return to the US ealier than 2
I'm applying for a waiver to return to the US ealier than 2 years after the expiration of my J1 visa, and have some questions about the application.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: noJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No. I'm finishing my studies, and whish to seek employment in the states.
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The Facts: -I am a U.S. Citizen (born in U.S.) -My husband
The Facts:-I am a U.S. Citizen (born in U.S.)-My husband is an illegal alien.-My husband entered without inspection in 2002. He was apprehended at the border and removed under 212(a)(6)(A)(i).-My husband entered without inspection again in 2003. He was apprehended at the border and removed under 241(a)(5).-My husband entered without inspection again in 2008, successfully. He has had continuous presence in the U.S. since 2008.-My husband has been convicted of one minor offense (driving without license).-I am confident that we would be able to establish hardship to me in the event of his removal.The Questions:A. Is there any reason that my husband would NOT be eligible to apply for Cancellation of Removal (Form OMB#1125-0001) in 2018?B. If he is eligible to apply for Cancellation of Removal, would any other forms need to be filed in order to establish a legal presence in the U.S? (I-130? I-212? I-601?)
I am a j2 holder who was divorced from my j1 visa holder. I
I am a j2 holder who was divorced from my j1 visa holder. I am currently married to my wife who is a us citizen for a couple of years now. my lawyer applied for a waiver since I got a non objective letter from my country. I found out that she did not submit a copy of my divorce to the us state dept. when she did the waiver application. I checked my case status and saw where they had gotten some documents. On Thursday I saw on the state website that a letter of ineligibility was sent. but my case is still saying pending. What does this mean?
I immigrated from Cuba at the age of 3 years old with my
I immigrated from Cuba at the age of 3 years old with my family in 1969. I have an A# ***** don't think I ever received or had or maybe lost my permanent resident card. Both of my parents are now deceased but they did become US citizens after my 18th birth date so that did not qualify me to become automatically a US citizen. My problems is that due to wrong choices I've made in life, I have a criminal history that started in 1994 on an off for cocaine use, petty theft and DUI's. I have a deportation order pending. I've been clean for a while and want to get back on my feet and work, but cannot get my license or even an ID if I don't show proof of my legal status. Should I file for I-589 to see if they can remove my deportation order and then form I90 to replace my permanent resident card? My state of residence is Florida and been here since 1969. Thanking you for your advice.
I put an ad on Craig's list room and board hours/week of
Hi. I put an ad on Craig's list for trading room and board for 15 hours/week of childcare. I expected one of the local college students to reply- but a very nice woman on a visitor's visa responded. I like her a lot and would be comfortable with her moving in- but I don't want to get in any trouble. Can you give me any advice?
I have a Cuban friend that applied authorization. s
Hello, I have a Cuban friend that applied for employment authorization. His girlfriend filled out the docs and put that he entered as a refugee but he actually came through the border. Is there is anything he can do/file to get his working permit and eventually adjustment of status? He came to the USA on May 16, 2014.Thanks in advance
I am filing a petition form I-130 new spouse along with form
I am filing a petition form I-130 for my new spouse along with form I-485 and G-325A.Applications are complete but documentation needs to be gathered as well as medical exam etc.I was unaware of all the requirements and have been away from home for work. The Visa expires in 2 days and I can not gather all the supporting documents and have application mailed with documents in 2 days as I will be traveling and returning to my home state.What should I do to avoid problems? Suggestions?
Have a contractor (sets own hours, uses own tools...). We triedView more immigration law questions
Have a contractor (sets own hours, uses own tools...). We tried to hire her for full time work, but she prefers to remain independent. In the process of offering employment, we learned that she probably isn't documented properly for immigration and wouldn't be eligible for hire. Do we have any risk in knowing this? Are we "on notice" and an accessory to a crime? We may even help this person with economic payments immigration counsel to become legal.