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My husband's mother and 17 year old sister are here a little
Hello,My husband's mother and 17 year old sister are here a little past 3 months, they came in with a visa waiver from Chile. My husband has an appt. to become a Citizen on July 21st 2016. Can he fill out I130 and I485 for the mother and then once she gets the GC can she file for her daughter? Are they cosidered to be here legally? Or do they have to leave?
I am married and have aa Form I-130 in progress and was
i am married and have aa Form I-130 in progress and was denied for insufficient documents supplied so have to appeal but my relationship has really diminished over the last six months and i havent lived with him for 18 months how would i be effected because i am now dating a military man and want to be with him
I have made a mistake coming in Miami filling in a visa
Hi ,I have made a mistake coming in Miami filling in a visa waiver while I had a green card I was therefore arrested and relished on parole , my card was confiscatedAnd I was told to wait for. A judge call me for a court date I waited over three month and then I had to live the country , I had therefore asked to sign out my green card so I could return as a tourist !I would like to have my green card returned as I have two daughters with American passport and two with green cards ,,my family is therefore actually living in Florida while I have to travel in and out often !What can I do to be returned my car Door?
Two (2) months ago, my fiance (Girlfriend) was caught
Two (2) months ago, my fiance (Girlfriend) was caught entering the USA South border with-out inspection. She signed volunteer exit and was send back to Mexico between 3 days of detention. This was her second time trying and she was given 20 years bar/grounds of inadmissibility. I am a USA citizen, we love each other and are planing to get married.Is there any possibility of me being able to help my fiance immigrate permanently to the USA with me?
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
I got my employment based greencard (EB2 category) in FebView more immigration law questions
I got my employment based greencard (EB2 category) in Feb 2013. My wife's name has been included while filing my form I-140. During I-485 filing (since I140 and 485 were not concurrently filed), I filed only mine as my wife had just got into the US medical residency program under J1 visa category (was in H4 previously). She is completing her 3 years of J1 visa waiver requirement in July of next year. Here are my questions in this matter:1) Can we start applying for her I-485 change of status after 24 hours of her J1 visa waiver requirement fulfillment? I have the copy of my approved I-140 form. Besides the required documents for I-485 form filing, is there anything extra i should include if we can process her greencard through this route?2) I have also heard that since i am the greencard holder now, i can petition her greencard based on it. Is not applying for I-485 directly a faster route that going through this alternative? Since she was already there in the approved I-140.