My grandson will be marrying his fiancé who is from the
My grandson will be marrying his fiancé who is from the Philippines on Monday September 26th. She and her 3 year old daughter from a previous father are in the US on Visas. My grandson and his wife-to-be also have a one year old daughter, now a US Citizen, who was issued a US Passport before they left the Philippines and arrived in the US in late August of this year.What steps should my grandson and his fiancé take to ensure that his new wife complies with all immigration laws gong forward? What rights and obligations will she have as his legal spouse? What rights and obligations will the other child, who is not a US Citizen, have.
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1) my fiancé has 2 Italian children with K2s. Do we need to
1) my fiancé has 2 Italian children with K2s. Do we need to include translated birth certificates for them as part of the I-485 adjust. status package ?2) Do we need to pay extra fees for the employment authorization+travel parole forms when processing as part of the I-485 package ?2) Do we need to process/pay for the I-131 travel parole for my fiancé children (K2 holders) ?
My wife's CR1 visa application has been 'refused' as of
My wife's CR1 visa application has been 'refused' as of today (after waiting 14 weeks from her initial interview), and yet she had already received her K1 visa in 2014 and been married to me in the U.S. How is this possible...?!Her AOS was denied after we were married because she missed her interview; she had returned to Thailand (with an advanced parole card) awaiting the K2 visas for her children, but the timing didn't work out and we unfortunately weren't able to reschedule. This all meant that she (and the children) had to receive CR1 (and CR2) visas. The children received their CR2 visas about two weeks ago. My wife was called in for a 'follow up' interview today and after some questioning (mostly about our relationship, because she had worked in a Thai massage business) she was propmtly given her passport and documents outlining why her visa was refused- Section 212(a)(2D)i.
My fiance and I are filling out the 325A forms to go along
My fiance and I are filling out the 325A forms to go along with the 129F forms and as I have minor children should they be included and have their own 325A forms?JA: Have you filed any paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) yet?Customer: Working on doing so as I type, hoping to have it all mailed out tomorrowJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: We have a few months agoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I believe that is all
I have Visa process for my fiance and her kids. Well oldest
Hi there i have Visa process for my fiance and her kids. Well oldest one had baby during process of visa. Yes now i know baby cant be added nor come to America on K-2. So question is if stepdaughter stays in Ukraine with baby and fiance comes with other kids we get married can then petition for daughter and baby? Also would take as long to do that as regular visa. Thanks
I have case K-1. But she has 3 kids and during the process
Hi there i have case K-1. But she has 3 kids and during the process for visas which now in Keiv, Ukraine. The oldest daughter had baby during process and was trying to add baby to our case and was told today that we couldnt . Please tell me the way to had her. Thank you
My wife is from Ukraine and came to the US on a K-1 visa in
My wife is from Ukraine and came to the US on a K-1 visa in February. We were married in April and she now has her Green Card. The GC has her new name (my last name) and her Ukraine passport has her maiden name. She would like to travel to Ukraine in October to accompany her son back to the US after he gets his K_2 visa. She is concerned that Ukraine passport control may present a problem. Any suggestions?
My fiancee is a Russian Citizen. Her husband is a Bulgarian.
My fiancee is a Russian Citizen. Her husband is a Bulgarian. They are in the process of divorcing and they have a 3 year old son together. My objective is to bring my fiancee and her son to the USA in the next 4-6 months. Is it best to apply for the K-1 Visa and the K-2 Visa for her son and then bring them all to the USA on the K-3 Visa... or should I just marry her in Russia and then apply? Also, do I have to wait until the divorce is finalized before I can complete the I-29F Petition? I know that this petition takes quite a while to be approved, it would expedite things if I could file it now. Thanks.
Can a child petition /CR2 or K2 Study in US? No, The child
Can a child petition for IR2/CR2 or K2 Study in US ?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: The child is in Taiwan nowJA: 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.