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I want to withdraw my affidavit of support dependents I
I want to withdraw my affidavit of support for K2 dependents I petitioned with my K1 visa fiancée two years ago. In fact, I want them deported from the United States.I have had enough after two years. Both of these K2 dependents are now over 21 years of age. They are the source of arguments between my now wife and I.I developed a good plan with the whole family on what they we going to do and timelines so they can better themselves and our future. These two turned out to be lazy, discourteous and unappreciative of everything I have done for them. I need help, what can I do?
My F-1 visa will expire in oct, no, not yet, I am thinking
hiJA: Hello. What seems to be the problem?Customer: my F-1 visa will expire in octJA: 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: not yetJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I am thinking about the option for me to stay here until I get my approval for I-485JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Immigration Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I have a question regarding a I-129F petition I filed in to
I have a question regarding a I-129F petition I filed in to bring my fiance here to USA to marry her. It was approved and i,m waiting on getting a case number ***** I put my Fiance and her son in the petition but now we decided to let her son get a little older and decide for himself if he wants to come live with us because he has been living with his grandparents for a few years now. My question is is this going to be a problem when it comes time for her interview because her son is not their with her when his name is ***** ***** petition. Will it complicate things?ThanksBob
I am wondering how many times I can enter the US
I am wondering how many times I can enter the US consecutively without problems? I was thinking of renting a house in Arizona for 6 months, maybe 12. As a Swedish citizen, I get 90 days granted each tourist Visa.My thinking was this:Go there in July, stay the 90 days until end of September. I then leave for a week and come back in October, and stay another 90 days.I then leave by the end of December and come back in January 2017, leaving once again by the end of March and returning in April. I finally leave the country altogether in June 2017. In this way I have never stayed more than 6 months per year in the country.Would this work or would they stop me at the border eventually? How long could I expect to make it work? Do you think 6 months is doable at least?I'm really going there to see a mold exposure specialist... (not in Arizona though, I just want to live there because of the low humidity). And the whole process may take several months, even up to a year.
I got my US citizenship from my previous marriage, and want
Hello,I got my US citizenship from my previous marriage, and want to remarry now and file for green card for my spouse. I see that there is a rule that a person cannot remarry unless 5 years have passed after receiving green card. I have definitely completed 5 year period, but that includes the 2 year conditional green card period. Am I still eligible to file?
There is no money involved between Ines and Gianna. They are
There is no money involved between Ines and Gianna. They are Blood relatives and Ines is Gianna's only elder relative still living. For Italian families we are morally obligated to look after our older relatives. I myself cannot. I am a man and cannot do thing that a woman can do for my Mom!!! This is a serious situation we are in. I can't believe the government dose so much for other races but is not will to help an American Citizen. Can anyone help us???
My name is rossano and my mom Ines, is not well. She isView more immigration law questions
Hello, My name is ***** ***** my mom Ines, is not well. She is suffering from a form of dementia, lives alone and needs a live in career. She cannot afford to pay for this assistance but her god child/nice, Gianna can and is willing to look after her. The only problem is she lives in Rome Italy. Gianna has been coming to the US on Visitor Visas, 3 months at a time for the last 3 years. Is there any way that Gianna can come here and look after Ines for a long period of time? Gianna is 53 years old and has no ties in Italy at this time.