I m a US citizen married a Nigerian and petition for him to come to US. separated after 6 month. How can I divorce him?
We wed in his country May 2015. After I petitioned for him to come he arrive in US May 2016. He's a 2 year green card. We split Nov 2016 due to his hostile behavior and indications he could have married me to come to US. He volunteered to leave and I had to call law enforcement at that time and told officer that's is giving up his right to live in the home I have owned for 8 years. The officers assisted him to remove what private items that were left in the house. He had removed most things a week prior to me having to call the authorities. What is my responsibility and can I file for divorce in the normal manner? Thanks
I won a green card through Diversity Immigrant Visa Program. My question is do I have to maintain my F1 status?
I am pupil that is F1. I acquired a green card through Diversity Immigrant Visa Program. My question is do I need to keep my F1 status while waiting for my Interview?
How can I protect my illegal husband of 20 years from deportation? I'm a US born citizen and we have 3 children.
He entered before we married and got found, so he had orders to be deported. He voluntarily left, but came back 18 months after, after we married, and wasn't caught the second time. He's no criminal record other when compared to a seatbelt ticket. Our children are ages 19, 15, and 12. He doesn't have an visa. Without having to leave, how can he get legalized? We've been married 20 years. I am scared for him. Will someone please answer me? A: Consider contacting legal counsel for a consultation. Scenarios like this are highly fact specific. It is hard to work out without more info, although there could possibly be an approach to assist your husband. I 'm US citizen who married my wife in Jamaica. What is the best option to bring my wife to the USA? Affordable attorneys? What is the avg. fee rate from start to finish? To comprehend the procedure. Is the green card just like spouse visa? Is there any who applied for Visa has the procedure slowed down due to Trump's new executive order?
Does my wife need to update her name on her green card before filing an I-130 for me (husband/spouse)?
I'm a foreign national who married my wife who is a US permanent resident. We got married in the usa and she took my surname upon marriage. (1.) Does my wife, as the I-130 petitioner, need to submit an application for a brand new permanent resident card with her upgraded surname before filing the I-130 or will our US marriage certificate suffice? (2.) Additionally, she's 3 middle names (Example: Jane Alexandria Victoria Elizabeth Doe). Her permanent resident card has all her old names; nevertheless, our marriage certificate just has her first name, first middle name, second middle name initial and my new surname (Example: Jane Alexandria V Thomas). Which name should she comprise on the I130 in accordance with my first question? Thank you.
LPR documents requirement when travel outside U.S.
My mom is LPR, and she plans to travel outside U.S. in this summer. After reading the file "Traveling outside of the U.S. - Documents needed for Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR)/Green Card holders" on U.S. Customs and Border Protection web site. it says," Foreign nationals who've applied for permanent residency may need to be approved for advance parole prior to traveling out of the U.S. In order to be readmitted when traveling back to the U.S. (H1, H4, L1, L2, K3, K4 or V2, V3 holders don't require advance parole to travel abroad after applying to adjust status." I wonder, does my mother should file parole prior in advance to be able to be readmitted when traveling back to the U.S. ? Another concern, her green card will expire on March 2018. Is she alright to travel outside U.S. in December? As an LPR, how long can she remain outside U.S.? Just how many days can she stay outside U.S. if she travels multiple times during a year? Thank you in advance for your reply
My husband received a waived deportation document from a immigration judge, what to do with that document?
My husband is ex Marine but to recieved or grant for citizenship and green in USA, so we have to proceed to fill I 130 and I-485 or what we should do?