I have an issue with a child. Her father will not let the
I have an issue with a child. Her father will not let the child come to the U.S. with her mother. When She arrives with a K-3 visa can she request her daughter anytime after her arrival?JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: My statue, flying over to get married this weekend in Ukraine. will take I-130 from to embassy with marriage certificate in hope they can start the k-3 k-4 process.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: not that I can think of no process has been filed as of yet.
Re: DS-260. "Have any of your U.S. visas ever been cancelled
Re: DS-260. "Have any of your U.S. visas ever been cancelled or revoked?"I had previously entered the country on a B1/B2 and then applied for a K3 visa. I was rejected (due to lack of evidence) and the letter requesting to me leave stated "your period of admission as a nonimmigrant has expired. You are not authorized to remain in the United States and should make arrangements to depart as soon as possible." Considering that, should I answer yes or no to the above question? Additionally, should I answer yes to the question: "Have you been ordered removed from the U.S. in the last five years?"
A Chinese woman came on a K1 to the USA and married me. She
A Chinese woman came on a K1 to the USA and married me. She doesn't like it here and I don't make enough money. She wants to go back to live in china and apparently means divorce then go back. But how can she? she has no AOS. no green card, I could not pay. my work fell apart.
Second opinion] - I married an Indonesian lady at the Office
Second opinion] - I married an Indonesian lady at the Office of Religious affairs in Jakarta a week ago. I have just returned to the USA. I was going to proceed by submitting I-130 Petition for Alien Relative and G-325 and G-325A for our Biographic info; along with I-864 to verify that I am working and can support a family. Or do you have a better suggestion. I would like to get my wife here as soon as possible.I was also going to send a G-1145 along with each form submitted.Any professional advice would be appreciated. thank you.***@******.***She only has one name. So should we use her fathers name for her family name?
Immigrant spouse filing divorce. Am I responsible for him?
I have been married to an Australian Citizen since 2004. We moved to FL in Dec 2012 and lived together here for two years and separated, he is on a spousal visa. In April this year he filed for divorce in Sumter County, I have a lawyer for the divorce, mediation Oct 19. Do I need to do anything regarding the spousal visa, I don't want to be responsible for him. We are both seniors.
My wife and my daughter are now living in Chicago for the
Hello,my wife and my daughter are now living in Chicago for the next 2 years, my wife is an american citizen and my daughter has french and american passport.I'm a french citizen with a french residence.I'm a seaman, i work 44 days and then 39 days off.So i plan to spend 39 days in Chicago and then 44 days in Europe during next 2 years on Visa Waiver Programm.Of course each time that i will travel in USA i will have with me:-return ticket-letter from my employer that i have to physically be in Europe 39 days later.-letter of recommendation from my employer that i have a permanent contract with good salary and generous health care.-bank statement of income-proof of owning a residence in France.-address in Chicago (my father in law).Do i can expect some trouble to enter USA or do you think i will be fine?Thank you.
J. Senmartin, Esq. Myrna is a permanent resident and her
FOR Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq.hello, Myrna is a permanent resident and her husband came to the US with a visa that is good for 6yrs. Myrna wants to petition him. He is currently in the US and his visitors/tourist permit expires 10/17/16. What are her options to petition him? He is from Mexico, no criminal record, and never been detained/deported by immigration.