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The case is my boyfriend and his daughter have a B1, B2 visa
The case is my boyfriend and his daughter have a B1, B2 visa to the usa and he is planning to come in Sept. 2016. How can he change the status of his B1 B2 visa to a permanent resident green card? I might add that he is Egyptian, divorced , holding a bachelors degree in accounting and worked as a chief accountant in Saudi Arabia. He is currently a resident of Egypt.
Is it possible to travel to the USA under ESTA, stay days it
Hi,Is it possible to travel to the USA under ESTA, stay for 90 days it allows, and in the meantime get engaged, then apply for the K-1 Fiancée visa and then get married?This would allow me to stay in the USA for 90 days with ESTA, plus I can stay for the remaining days until we get married under the K-1, so in theory, 90 days + 90 days.Is this possible? Or do I need to leave USA after ESTA expires, then wait for the K-1 to be issued, and re-enter US under that?
I have a friend in Lahore Pakistan ,she's a graduate in
Hello,I have a friend in Lahore Pakistan ,she's a graduate in Psychology from a premier university in Lahore"Tuft" she came to the US and did few semester at a university in Pennsylvania ,she is back in Pakistan but she would like to pursue her carrier here live in the US and work towards her studies as well.She needs a legal representation or assistance with that to legally move ,work and study .Thank You!Kindest regards,Nick Khan
How can I help my fiancé to let the immigration let m how?
How can I help my fiancé to let the immigration let him how? Is there anyway I can help him out? I'm from the Marshall island and he is from Mexico. He didn't cross the porter to come to the united state. He came with a temporary visa. He have a daughter born in the United stated. I really want to get him out that he can take care of his daughter. May you help me what should I do.
My wife and 6 year old son are Dual USA / Canadian citizens.
My wife and 6 year old son are Dual USA / Canadian citizens. I am only Canadian. We work and live in Canada. My wife has a high income in Canada as a broker, and I own a small contracting company. We own a property in USA and spend as much time there as we can. We are looking at retiring in the next couple of years to our USA Property. I am in final phase of establishing permanent residence in the USA and have a Visa Interview Scheduled in June in Montreal Canada. One of the things that I am a bit concerned with as I prepare for my interview is we currently are domiciled in Canada. And through this process it says do not make any significant changes to your current lives until you know if you are accepted. Is intention and owning a property going to be enough to satisfy the consular office of intent to return to USA. I feel I may need a bit of coaching here as our plans don't have a firm date for domicile in the USA, we are in preparation for retirement. I would like the permanent residence process to be over with this interview.Thanks Mike
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What are the ways to get pr in usa JA: The Immigration
What are the ways for indians to get pr in usaJA: The Immigration Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I am an international student in australia and want to settle in usa. What are the possible ways to settle or to get pr/JA: Is there anything else the Immigration Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: I am an Indian of 18 years oldJA: 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 am a U.S. Citizen, my girl friend is Taiwanese holding aView more immigration law questions
I am a U.S. Citizen, my girl friend is Taiwanese holding a Taiwan passport, she hasa daughter of 11 years old and a son of 6 years old from her divorced Taiwanese husband.They divorced about 4 years ago.The question is that my girl friend who is living in Shanghai now, wants to get permanent residence in U.S. There is a rumor going on the social media "WeChat" that if my girl friend has a baby with me, and the baby is born in U.S., then I can petition for her to stay in U.S.Is this true?If not, what is the best way to get her to stay with me in U.S. permanently.Just want you to understand that we do not plan to have a legal marriage at this point even though I will be the biological father of the baby.Thanks!