I am currently a recipient to DACA. What are my options to
Good evening,I am currently a recipient to DACA. What are my options to obtain a more stable green card. I am worried that due to our current presidents view on immigrants, and wanted to know what are my options to stay in this country that I was raised in.What steps do I have to take, and what is the process for each?
The man I married received another letter from USCIS
The man I married received another letter from USCIS requesting for additional RFE for my previous year taxes. I'm late on filing, very late. He says I sabotaged his process and he sent me over 100 text messages saying that he wants a divorce so that he can move on and find someone else to file for him. He is a complete ass. The police just left my house because he called them. He told them that he wants me to hurry up and let him sign the divorce papers so that he can marry someone else who will help him get a green card more smoothly. Since he believes I sabotaged the process intentionally by not filing my taxes. I married for love, and he proved it on text that he married for a green card. I'm pregnant, he doesn't care at all. He lifted up a glass and didn't hit me but threaten to hit me with it. He even told the cops that he wants to be able to date while he is living in my house. Since we didn't fight physically they didn't arrest. But of course I have all of the texts that he just rants on and on about his green card. How he will find someone to date and marry quickly. This has been a mess for me and the kids. He refuses to leave. The cops told him he should go, he refuses until the divorce is final. Yet he has confessed to just wanting a green card. The cops couldn't arrest him for that kind of a federal crime. I am ready with all my heart to report him to USCIS. This has been a miserable short marriage. And now he is cocky and stressing me about the green card. Are there any immigration officers that I can report him to immediately and they will come? I need him to GO
During card process my indian marriage certificate was not
During green card process my indian marriage certificate was not found to be sufficient so we got married again in US. Now during filing of citizenship what would I enter as the marriage date and also there is a question that ask how many times you were married. What should be the answer 1 or 2? Please advice
11 years married! He is Italian and got card through me -
11 years married! He is Italian and got green card through me - marrying me.Once he became citizenship he wanted divorce.He his assets in Europe and bought houses theee.We had 4 day divorce trial.I have strong feeling that he only married me for citizenshipWe have two kids.He Never took me when he has his citizenship ceremony.I didn't even know about it-What evidence I need to prove? And report frauds marriage
I am a Card Holder from year 2004 and got my card renewed in
I am a Green Card Holder from year 2004 and got my Green card renewed in 2014 for next 10 years.My family is in India and I keep travelling to India to meet them frequently.In past most of the years my stay outside the USA was over 6months for each year.2004 Got my GC: I stayed in USAcompletely2005 I stayed in USA completely2006 I stayed in USA completely2007 Stay in USA was less than 6 months (My Wife moved back to India)2008 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2009 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2010 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2011 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2012 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2013 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2014 Stay in USA was over 6 months2015 Stay in USA was less than 6 months2016 Stay in USA was around 6 monthsNow I was planning to go to India as my Mom is Sick for 2 weeksLooking at the new Immigration laws and orders coming in do I have a threat that while entering back I may be questioned or stopped to enter USA.I have been filing all my returns every year and do a job when I am here in USA.Please suggest .
I filed a Petition for Alien Fiancee for my fiancee (3 year
I filed a Petition for Alien Fiancee for my fiancee (3 year relationship) with all supporting documents with the intent to marry in the US within 90 days of her arrival.We may be interested in hosting a wedding ceremony overseas, before her entry to the US on her K1 Visa. The question is: Does having a wedding ceremony and / or civil marriage overseas cause any complications for her to enter the US on the K1 Visa followed by a US court remarriage within the 90 day period to update her status?
I was married in Colombia and then, after I moved to the
I was married in Colombia and then, after I moved to the United States, I divorced in the U.S.I am a US citizen and now wish to file a K-1 Visa Application.Will my US divorce of my Colombian marriage be valid so that I can file for a K1?Or does the Embassy require that I file a divorce in Colombia?