I wonder if I can join the navy with a pending immigration
I wonder if I can join the navy with a pending immigration court date that resulted from the denial of petition to remove conditions on greencard based on marriage.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: its immigration lawJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: what you meanJA: I hope not.Customer: can you be clear with your question?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I have a brother that he lost his appeal but it says he has
I have a brother that he lost his appeal but it says he has to respond in 30 day but before he got the letter he got arrested for dui don't know if its true but tried to bond him out lost 300 dollars there cause than he had immigration hold know he is in Lasalle Luisiana i need helpJA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: Yes he has he was waiting for his work permit and like I said he lost his appeal but he had 30 day to respondJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: The one he had seem to not care she said she won't be back to work till the 4 of January and no I don't know of any good lawyers here in Alabama nor LouisianaJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I just want him to stay here in the us he is an economic support to our family plus he has lived here his since he was 10 I want someone who is not going to rip me off or so
I have a question. I got married on January 13th 2012. My
Hello,I have a question. I got married on January 13th 2012. My husband just confessed me that he was married before me and that his divorce has a stamp of 2011 dec 30. But the divorce letter came out by mail to him on 2nd of march 2012 which I thought no the date for the divorce to become finalized. How is this can affect my immigration status. I'm on the 10 year green card and applied for my citizenship. Obviously on the I-400 form I left it blank the section that asks about my husband previous marriage because he hidden from me until just now.
Immigrated on an F1 visa. HIB issued for 01/2008 to 01/2011.
Immigrated on an F1 visa.HIB issued for 01/2008 to 01/2011.Stopped working on 09/2009.Back to school from 10/2010 to 12/2011.Application to change to F1 in 12/2010 denied.Filled for asylum 2012: denied. Appeal won, court hearing scheduled for 08/2017.Self-sponsored 1-140 in 2009 as research associate, case closed because I did not provide additional information (scientific publications which I did not have then, but do have now).2016, called to inquire about the status of my work permit, they mentioned that the I-140 usually takes a while, meaning it is still pending(?).Currently married to a US citizen, about 7 months. Have not filed for a change of status because he does not currently have a job, but I have sufficient income as a registered nurse to care for my family that includes two children (US citizens).Can I reopen my I-140 file (my lawyer said it is possible, but I am skeptical)?Want to retain my asylum hearing on 08/2017. I am concerned that if it is denied, I will lose my legal stay and must provide proof of spousal hardship if I eventually file for Green card through marriage.Please advise. What are my best options given the circumstances.
I am from Haiti, and I entered United States by the Mexican
Hi, my name is Pierre I am from Haiti, and I entered United States by the Mexican border, actually I have an immigration court pending. I have been here 18 monhts and I'm married with the mother of my two kids who are a permanent resident she applied for me an I-130 it has been approved, but I do not have any statut. what action I need to take to get a statut?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Georgia stateJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Well I have a lawer on this case she just tell me I have to wait the courtJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: It just this case every 3 months I have to reported in ICE
I am a card holder since December 2000. I just renewed my
I am a green card holder since December 2000. I just renewed my ten year green card in 2015 and received my new card in March 2016. When I first got my greencard in 2000 it was through a fiance visa. My first husband sponsored me and we were married for 5 year (2000-2005) We divorced because we were not right for each other. I am now married to a new wonderful guy. We got married in December 2015. I will visiting my country of origin in November this year. When we return to the US will there be any issues? My name is ***** ***** previously married last name as i did not change my last name back to my maiden name or my new husbands name. I have always been a law abiding resident. Is my current green card always going to be tied to the fiance visa? My marriage was not a fraud, it just didn't work out. I have a good job in the US and have been here for the last 16 years.Not sure how the political environment in this country will change after the election.
In 2008 I was placed on immigration removal, after that I
In 2008 I was placed on immigration removal , after that I filed for asylum my case was denied , and my lawyer filed an appeal , the appeal was denied , after that I get married to a u.s. citizen My lawyer filed adjustment of status , the immigration accepted my application we were scheduled for an interview, but we are not able to come for the said interview , immigration send me denial notice. For not coming for the said interview! Now my question is what will happen to my case? Can I fly within the u.s.? As sort of transportation? Thanks a lot
I have a client who is in removal proceedings. Their court
For Guillermo:I have a client who is in removal proceedings. Their court date has been scheduled, but they agreed to voluntary departure. Do we have to wait for court or can we just settle with the US atty to a date he has to leave by?
My husband received a Notice from the US Dept of Justice
My husband received a Notice from the US Dept of Justice Immigration Court saying he missed a hearing and unless he filed a Motion to Reopen he would be removed back to Mexico. We are trying to verify how long we have to file the Motion to Reopen.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes. In addition to filing the Motion to Reopen with the Immigration Court is filing an appeal due to the BIA within 30 days?