I am doing a VA loan borrower who has an expired visa issued
I am doing a VA loan for a borrower who has an expired visa issued 2002 expired 2007; California ID card issued 2011 and expires 9/2016, SS card for work purpose issued 2007 and a dismiss to deport signed by an immigration judge in 2012. She is from Pakistan, married to a US citizen (Veteran). She has told me there is no more documentation needed and as long as she commits no crimes, she will automatically become a US citizen in 2020. My question, does she need to file any new documentation.
Can a non immigrant use their foreign issued passport to
Can a non immigrant use their foreign issued passport to travel from new York to florida by air without a problem? Also how long would it take for a mother to file for a 33yr old unmarried daughter who is in the us and has over stayed,what type of documents to they get while green card / citizens are approved? I guess that's 3 questiond.
I reside in Texas. My wife became a citizen 18 months ago,
Hello my name is ***** ***** I reside in Texas. My wife became a citizen 18 months ago, and she left me 5mths ago. Now she wants a divorce and half of everything I own, including my 401k. We work and live over seas as government contractors. This is why she received her citizenship so fast. Is it possible for me to remove her citizenship under fraudulent practices? Once again she has only been a citizen 18mths. Also we have been married 7yrs. and most of that time has been spent in Kuwait, where we were married. Now she is seeking a divorce in Texas.
I have my cancelation of removal hearing on September 2015.
I have my cancelation of removal hearing on September 2015. The judge approved my case but put the decision on hold until new numbers of the quota become available. When can I expect to reveive my formal approval notice? Thank you so much!
One of my friend entered in USA on Visitor Visa in !991 and
One of my friend entered in USA on Visitor Visa in !991 and filed Asylum which was denied and the case was refereed to the Immigration Judge. The judge also denied and placed him in deportation but he did not left the country and still in USA.Now his son is a U.S citizen in USA and his wife is a permanent resident in USA too. His son wants to file I-130 petition for his father. Please advise what will happen to his deportation.What is the latest law made by President Obama for the people who are in deportation proceedings and have no criminal history. How we can get his deportation terminated?Can the son file I-130 for his father along with I-485?Please advise in detail.
J. Senmartin Esq. Jennifer (U.S. Citizen) petitioned
FOR Guillermo J. Senmartin Esq.Jennifer (U.S. Citizen) petitioned her husband (Juan) early last year, then got his I-130 denied due to incorrect information inputted into the I-130, which led to Juan coming before an immigration judge; and there it was declared that Juan had a previous case of domestic violence with his ex-wife. Then, an immigration judge in lieu of deportation has granted Juan voluntary departure. On April 5, 2016 Juan appeared in person at U.S. Embassy/DHS Office to verify departure and terminate case with immigration court. What can Jennifer do for Juan? Juan is in Guatemala, that's where Juan is from.
My husband has a green card and has had it since 2009 we are
My husband has a green card and has had it since 2009 we are married and are gonna file for his citizen ship but he is in jail and as of today he does have a ice hold on him does ice come and get him or will they just come and talk to him and let him go