I'm back with another question. My friend's lawyer submitted her husband's I-601A using only his paternal last name.
We have just began our immigration journey.
My question is - My husband is unsure if he has a deportation
on his record. He was
Good Evening everyone,
Just a quick question - we are in the beginning stages of filing for my husband. We are currently
I'm currently looking into seeking residency for my mother-in-law on behalf of my husband, who is now naturalized.
Hi, it has been awhile since I have been here. My case had a good ending. I need help filing for a friend. My question is if my friend is unemployed and
Hello, my back story I've been here since 1988 arrived as a 2 yr old. My husband and I Have been married for 10 yrs. and finally are doing the process.
Wait for the interview to file Form I-601.
For what it is worth, I committed fraud, and I answered yes to that question on my Form I-485.
AP does not have a norm.
I am in your same boat! My husband had 3-4 throwbacks in 1999 and has no idea of exact dates. I considered that as detained but that isn't being put in
I agree, get a new lawyer, and ask them to do a FOIA for you. But either way, the I-130 shouldn't be a problem, I don't even think they did fingerprints