I have removed the conditions on my Green Card and it
I have removed the conditions on my Green Card and it expires in 10 years. It has been 6 years now since I came to the U.S and never left the country. I want to travel back home to visit my mom for couple of months and comeback.Do I need a re-entry permit to enter the U.S even if I have a 10 years Green Card? If yes, is it Form I-131 Travel Document? If yes, the I-131 form is asking me to provide the U.S Consul in the Country I'm traveling to. Which means I'm supposed to get my re-entry permit from there. What if for some reason they did not send it? I do not want to be stuck there waiting for it to arrive and worst cases it does not arrive.Is there a way to get the re-entry permit while i'm here in the U.S? so I feel safe :)Thanks a lotI live in Miami and my mom lives in Saudi Arabia where I come from.
My friend Mario is a LPR. He requested and was approved for
My friend Mario is a LPR. He requested and was approved for a re-entry permit. He is currently in Mexico. It expires in September of this year. He is currently in Mexico. His mother has cancer, and he was just told that his mother only has about a month to live. He needs to stay in Mexico with his mother. Is it possible for him to request another re-entry permit or to ask for an extension for his current re-entry permit? If so, can he request it without having to come back to the US?
My re-entry permit expires on september 30, 2016. do i have
my re-entry permit expires on september 30, 2016. do i have to attached the unexpired re-entry permit in availing a new re-entry permit. i plan to travel to the philippines after i file my re-entry permit (form I-131) and will come back for my biometrics. if i attached the old re-entry permit, i will not be able to present it at immigaration when i come back for the biometrics.
I am from England and I married an American citizen. We
Hi i am from England and I married an American citizen. We moved to America in June 2013 and applied and received my green card in May 2014. Soon after my husband decided to study in Israel and so we moved in July 2014. My lawyer said come back within the year each year to maintain your green card. July 2015 we did for a few weeks and again now we are in Los Angeles. We arrived a week ago.At LAX I realised my green card had expired (may this year)I had forgotten to apply to remove the conditions.And we are planning to be studying in Israel still for 3/4 more years. Also we had a baby March this year.Questions- Recently I was told I was supposed to be visiting the u.s every 6 months is that true- I was told I may be deported.- Can I abandon my green card and reapply when we are ready to live here? That's what I prefer to do.- Do I have to file the form to remove the conditions or will they think it's a fraudulent marriage ?- It's very hard for us to stay in the u.s for the next few weeks to file the form and to keep coming back and forth so what do we do ?Our flight back to Israel is this Wednesday. Please reply asap so I know whether to change my flight back. Thanks
I have an immigration - travel related question. I have a
Hi. I have an immigration - travel related question. I have a green card and wanted to travel to Canada. Do I need an advanced parole document as well, or is greencard and my foreign passport are sufficient to return to US?
My wife and I resided outside the US years. She has kept her
My wife and I resided outside the US for several years. She has kept her green card, but we did file as non-residents for tax purposes. We ahve been living in the US now for almost 3 years and she wants to apply for naturalization. I am trying to figure out if we have a problem.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: She is a lawful permanent resident. NoJA: Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Considered, but I would like to understand our situation.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Immigration Lawyer should know?Customer: noJA: 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.
My question relates to the card. Here is my situation: I
Hi,My question relates to the green card. Here is my situation: I have had the green card since October 2012. At that time, my whole family (spouse, three children. One of them a US citizen, no green card) also got one. Unfortunately, I lost my job and had to go back (with my family) to a job in France for two years, until I found a new job in September 2014.I came back from France to take this new job but the family stayed in France (health issues for one of my daughters). After a year, my spouse decided she wanted to file for divorce (procedure not started yet). I would like for my three daughters to come see me this Summer but the issue - and my question - is: Two of them (20 and 21 years old) hold a green card but have never applied for a re-entry permit. The third one is a US citizen but a minor (15 years old). What will happen when they get to the customs officer at the border/airport? Will they be let into the country? Will they be sent back to France? Will they loose their green card? How should we proceed so that they can come and stay for a month, then go back to France? What will happen beyond that month?Thank you for your assistance.DR
My question is my wife had a child in phillipines the child
My question is my wife had a child in phillipines the child is 19 years oldI sponsored her and she was suppose to go school in Philippines and she also has a re entry permitShe arrived here feb 2015She' left us in August 2015 To go school andShe recently came back to visit in May 2016 and leaving July 6 thshe came here pregnant from the phillipines with her boyfriend and thinking of marrying ihim in the phillipinesshe wants to have baby here to be us citizenI'm not too happy what's going onshe isn't. Adapting well and integrating here very well she just sits in her room hereWhat are my options as a sponsor can I withdraw she has her permanent resident cardShe doesn't talk much and it seems like she is happier in phillipinesGarrett
I have maintained my US address with my mom in law in East
For JudithI have maintained my US address with my mom in law in East Bay area close by San Francisco. Before this, all my green cards and documents were filed with the USCIS in San Francisco / East Bay area. Could I continue to file my request for the Expedited Passport with USCIS there instead of Washington DC?Also, if I don't go for the Expedited Passport route (since I'm not sure if my husband's job in HK can qualify for the required employment type, how big is my chance for going through the normal route (I did live i US from 2010 to 2013).How bad does it look and would it affect my future application for naturalization again if they rejected me this time? Can they just take my green card away if they rejected me now?