British citizen visiting US. Seek options on how I can stay
Hi, I am a British citizen visiting the US and would like to seek options on how I can stay and work here. I'm a Registered Nurse in Scotland for 16 years. It seems like California is great to live in. What options can I take? I have my return to UK to expire on Nov 19. Still have sometime but wanted to know my options now while I have time. Is there consulting fee?
FOR JUDITH Heya Judith, how are you getting on after the
FOR JUDITHHeya Judith, how are you getting on after the storm?I'm writing to ask a quick question. Richard, my fiancé/husband, wants to go on a month long hike in Arizona, called the Arizona trail. My step-father thinks he shouldn't go-lest the US government suddenly decide to swiftly descend upon us, demanding an interview. If he went in the hike, he would go in approximately two weeks.Is there any chance of the US government hassling us while he's away? He's going a bit stir crazy being cooped up in the house all the time, especially with no work. What's your opinion on the subject?I hope you and your puppy are well. Looking forward to speaking with you soon.All the Best, *****
I'm trying to find more information about options. My
Hi, I'm trying to find more information about options. My boyfriend is a UK citizen and we would like to move him here to the US, but can't figure out how. The only option at this point seems to be the Fiancee visa, however we are not ready for that step yet. However, we would like to live together in the same continent for a while to see if we could be ready for that step. It's a vicious cycle. We've thought of Work Visa, but I don't think he qualifies, unless magically someone wants to hire him. And I've looked in to Student Visa, but it's extremely expensive and we don't have that kind of liquid assets (full year of tuition) to apply. And seems like everything I've looked into, there are warnings about using one visa that may be temporary like a student visa or work visa but with intent to eventually change status would be denied or make it harder to obtain. Are there any options that I'm not seeing? Any info would be helpful!
Can I enter into same sex marriage with citizen of Germany?
I want to enter into a same sex marriage with a citizen of Germany whom I've known for 26 years. We are both 75. Neither of us plans to apply for citizenship in the other's country, but rather to spend part of the year together and part of the year apart. Will this cause complications for us?We are US citizen and German citizen. We have no pending applications or petitions with USCIS. My friend has never been married and I am widower, no children.
My daughter and her boyfriend met while she was in Spain,
My daughter and her boyfriend met while she was in Spain, teaching for 2 years. He came over, hoping to find a job with a company that would sponsor him. That hasn't happened. Money is an issue and having him go back to Spain after he quit his job, isn't very feasible. It seems that the best solution would be to get married so that he can stay in the US. Because she just returned to the US, she doesn't have a job yet and therefore can't sponsor him. They are asking me to be his sponsor. I think he is a great guy, but what would happen if they got divorced? Would he have to go back to Spain, or would I be responsible for him and to what extent? Also, what if he wasn't able to, or didn't work? Would I be responsible for his food and board? What other responsibilities would I have?I would also like to know if they got married and couldn't get the marriage certificate back from the State and turned in to immigration before the Visa expires, will there be any legal problems. The marriage license takes 2-3 weeks to arrive.Thank you,Trudy Schnorr
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.
I'm an Irish citizen married to U.S. citizen and we've been
Hi,I'm an Irish citizen married to U.S. citizen and we've been living in Ireland together for over a year.We were married in May 2016 and we are hoping to move to the U.S. to live and work.Also I am scheduled to visit the U.S. on the 1st December and is it possible to gain entry using the Visa Waiver Program while my i - 130 is pending? If not, what other visa can I enter the country with that can be changed into a permanent visa?Or can you recommend a process for us to take?Regards,Eva
I'm a singaporean and looking to get married to a US citizen
Hi I'm a singaporean and looking to get married to a US citizen who is in Iowa.. We are wondering how and what would be the proper process to get through the immigration. What would be the most safest and quickest way for me to settle down there with him. I have a Son with me as well. I'm actually a divorcee.