If the USICS denies your I-130 and I-485 for inadmissibility ( that I intentionally came to stay in the US to stay)can you file a waiver to go with refilling of the petitions?
And the time frame to appeal the denial decision is past due (September 21)as I am planning to refile by early November . Do you think the USCIS can send me a Notice To Appear Letter or put me on deportation proceedings as a result?My PD : July 2018
3 interviews (2 in 2019, 1 in 2020)
NOID :March 31 , 2021
Decision: August 19, 2021
Husband is the petitioner( US citizen). I , with 4 kids are beneficiaries.
Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you
I'm currently on EAD which I got after applying for Adjustment of Status based on marriage and currently working for "X" company. "X" company lawyer helped me in filing AOS.
I want to change my job to another "Y" company and the lawyer of "X" company saying that they can not help me further with the process, but this will not prevent me in changing jobs, does someone had similar experience and do you see any issues in changing jobs ?
It has been a long journey but I am glad it has come to a successful milestone as my 10years green card was approved recently.
I applied for removal of condition from Dallas, Tx. around mid March 2021. About a month later I received the 18 months extension. On May 4th, 2021, online status changed to biometrics captured. I added a lot of evidence; lease, insurances(life, auto, health), bank account statements, pictures, and 2 notarized affidavits from 2 people who know us as couples.
August 31 2021 - online status changed to new card being produced.
September 1st 2021 - Case approved.
September 2nd 2021 - we mailed your new card
September 4th 2021 - received my 10yrs green card in the mailbox.
No interviews...no request for evidence. Here is my piece of advise, just make sure you put as much evidence as you have. Remember to add the notarized affidavit or else they will request for it.
I am happy and grateful to God Almighty for showing me favour.
I wish you all good luck in your respective endeavors.
I am a LPR and applied for my wife's greencard and the case is at Texas Service Center. I just noticed the processing time has increased from 1.5 months to 7 TO 22 months. Has someone experienced the same? Any idea what has happened which resulted in this significant increase?
We are trying to apply Green card for my father. We tried to apply the Green card for him in 2017, so we have the documents procured in 2016. But my father could not make it to the Green card interview process at that time.
We are again trying to apply it now.
My father's birth was not registered, so we have the non availability certificate for birth and affidavits for his date of birth provided and signed in July 2016. from his relatives older than him. Could you please respond to the below questions?
1) How many affidavits are needed from older relatives when birth certificate is not available?
2) Can affidavits of birth signed and attested in 2016 be used now if we apply for his green card later this year or early next year or will he need to get new affidavits?
Appreciate your response.
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