Filed I-90. Paid to renew permanent residency. It was denied
Hello, I filed a I-90 and paid for renewal of my permanent residency. I am also a veteran of 7 years and in theater 3 tours**. Now after applying to renew (paid) I lost my job (laid off) and had no choice but to couch surf after leaving my place for several months until I got back on track with my career. I looked up the status this week and it says it was denied last November (probably because I missed my bio-metrics appt letter). Please tell me there is a way to fix this.
J. Senmartin, Esq. on 11/08/12 Eddie cooperated and departed
FOR Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq.Hello, on 11/08/12 Eddie cooperated and departed the USA on a voluntary departure ordered by the Immigration Judge. Eddie has his voluntary departure stamped and signed by the immigration official when he returned to mexico. Eddie is married to a US Citizen and wants to know what are his options to become a Permanent Resident? Eddie's wife did petition him 2012, and has an I-130 approved since 01/31/2013.
I have a 10 year cards (obatined thru marriage to an
Hi!I have a 10 year green cards (obatined thru marriage to an american citizen).I applied for Citizenship about 2 years ago.But soon after,I left to my native country,in Europe.I never went to the US since.Now ,my friend has informed me that I revceived in the mail (In the US address),an appointment for fingerprints (as my previous probably expired..).I would li to go to the USA,to do my fingerprints,and get the citizenship.BUT,I am aware that I was supposed to be at least 6 months present in the USA,every year,because of the Greencard.So,do I have any chances of being admitted or I won't be admitted because I spent the past 2 years in Romanis(Europe)?Thanks?
Why is a law breaking violator of our borders called an
Why is a law breaking violator of our borders called an immigrant? What is the actual* Madeira ( An American citizen born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island...a life long Democrat...a WWII Veteran holder of the aBronze Star) Email: ***@******.***
I have permanent resident from 7 yrs I was approved for
HELLO, I have permanent resident from 7 yrs I was approved for citizenship, the day of the ceremony I was sent home because of a Deportation for 20 yrs ago I received from denial of Asylum. Asylum 1997 we went in front of the judge he did not approved the asylum but gave me time to continue work because I had employment based application in he same time. He just required that once that application is approved send them a copy to remove deportation. In 2003 reopening of deportation was denied because they did not receive any form showing of an approved paper.2008 I received a green card due to my spouse regardless of the outstanding deportation after I paid 1000.00 penalty since I entered in US 1996. In 2014 applied for citizenship I got approved and the day of Oath Ceremony I was sent home because the deportation is still out there. Citizenship department confirmed that the denial of Reopening of deportation was done in ERROR because a copy of an approved Labor Certificate has been submitted and is in files. Citizenship try contacting Board of immigration to fix error but could not get in touch. Citizenship told me I need to remove deportation exchange green card since they said this green card in considered unlawful because was granted while since had an open deportation. Not sure if EOIR 42A I need to file or EOIR 42B.Please Help. Thank You so muchEniko
My fiancee is being detained at lax. He has a valid card
My fiancee is being detained at lax. He has a valid green card from a previous marriage that ended this year. Can they still return him?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No it is happening nowJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Not that i know of
I am a 10years card holder. I had a story of domestic
Hi there, I am a 10years green card holder. I had a history of domestic violence charged 3 years ago. Now I want to work oversea. I have a questions. Do I have to get any permit from the judge ? Can I come back to the US without a problem? Or I can not travel at all? I heard someone said I can not leave the country or else I will be get arrest at the immigration airport while I'm back to the country and worse can be deport back. This is from the California.
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.