Citizen. I apply for my wife adjustment of status also we
Hello. I'm US citizen. I apply for my wife adjustment of status also we apply for work authorization document and advance parole document back August 19. We received work Authorization and advance parole on one card in October , valid from 10/15/2016 to 10/15/2017. our petition and adjustment of status is still pending . My question is can she travel this month with me to Russia to her home country with valid approved advanced parole document . Her father has big health issues and she need to go . She also has two US citizen kids four and eight year old . And they are going to stay here in US,not going to travel with us they are staying with my mother in United States . Her criminal record is absolutely clean nothing negative no immigration issues , no deportation or any removal order. Only thing she has overstayed her visa since 2006. Can you please let me know how confident we should be while we travel. Also two year foreign resident rule does not apply on her 2006 J1 visa.Thank you .
FOR I spoke with you about a year ago about my friend being
FOR JAMESI spoke with you about a year ago about my friend being in immigration jail. He was released in March 2016 and was ordered to wear a angle monitor and placed on probation for one year by US Marshals. March 3 will end his probation and the monitor will be removed. Since ICE denied his U-Visa and have not replied to his immigration attorney could that mean he will be deported? Or will the fact that he had fake documents claiming to be a US Citizen automatically be deported?
I would like to know what makes a person inadmissible to the
I would like to know what makes a person inadmissible to the US? My finance is trying to get a K1 visa to come to the US to get married, but he was convicted of an assault charge back in 2003 and was sentenced to 5 month detention in China. Will that make him inadmissible? The consulate general in Guangzhou, China is now asking him to provide documents from government showing his maximum sentence for the charge.
I am on H1B and my I140 with my previous employer got
hi I am on H1B and my I140 with my previous employer got revokedJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Yes I want to know if i can retain the old priority date
My friend currently is 31 years old and currently has DACA.
My friend currently is 31 years old and currently has DACA. He wants to become a permanent resident through his U.S. citizen wife. However, he received a deportation order in 2003, and he was finally deported in 2006 by ICE. He then returned to the U.S. later in 2006.A local lawyer has said that he would file a motion to re-open and close the previous deportation case, and then fix his status, but really how does he fix his status to be a permanent resident? With the previous multiple entry, wouldn't he be subject to 212(a)(9)(C)(i) if he left the U.S. on advanced parole or an I-601A? The following link only talks about 212(a)(9)(B)(i) not 212(a)(9)(C)(i). https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/14_1120_memo_arrabally.pdf
I have my I-140 approved from my previous company(lets call
I have my I-140 approved from my previous company(lets call it Company A).My priority date is 2012 Mar.I have to a different company (Company B) and they have started by green card process and I have got my PERM approved and they are about to file my I-140.I want to re-use my priority date from Company A.Company A's current condition is very bad.They may run out of business or may be brought over.I would like to know what would happen if Company A runs of out business before my I-140 with Company B is filed.Can I still make use of the older priority if Company A does not exist.?
This question is very broad, and i am sure varies from
Hello there,This question is very broad, and i am sure varies from attorneys to attorneys, but I'd like to get an idea (an opinion) or facts on it. Typically how much do Immigration lawyers charge for filling remand motions to the BIA. based on a approved i130.does this sound ethical/fair/normal etc:appeal part 1 with motion to Stay $6500.00appeal part 2 (briefing to the board) $3000.00Motion to Remand or Reopen to the IJ $3500.00possible Emergency motion (based on humanitarian ground) $6200.00thanks for answering the best you can. it is very critical.
My h1b transfer was denied After lawyer submitting RFE and
My h1b transfer was denied After lawyer submitting RFE and client letter. The business is real and not a bodyshop. What are the standard action a reasonable law firm would take to save the case, given my employer wants that too.
I have a question about age-out, CSPA and AOS -2 visa holders. I have a soon to be st
I have a question about age-out, CSPA and AOS for K-2 visa holders. I have a soon to be stepson, who has his K-2 visa interview later this month. He will be a following-to-join and will arrive in the US 2 weeks before he turns 21 (he needs to finish college in the UK). I will have married my K-1 fiance after he turns 18 and filed for her AOS before he arrives . Is he protected from aging out under the CSPA ? I can't seem to find a direct answer