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    Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Visa Denial by a US Embassy Consul

    There is no form for a non-immigrant waiver, However, if you decide to file for an immigrant waiver, you should use form I-601. You need to seek an advice from a qualified immigration attorney.
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    Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Visa Denial by a US Embassy Consul

    Sami, you could try to apply for a non-immigrant waiver.
  3. Investor Visas: Re: Canadian Citizen and U.S. Citizen Start a Limited Liability Corporation in the St

    Boris, if you do not work in the U.S., you don't need a visa. However, if you wish to work in the U.S. and be compensated, probably, the best visa is E-2 investor visa. You would need to have more...
  4. H Visas: Re: Sponsoring Parents after H1B Transfer

    It would be important to know what is the reason his their application's denial. You can find the basic explanations on the uscis website. In order to file a motion to reopen/reconsider/appeal, you...
  5. Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Advice from an attorney to avoid being deported

    Without second guessing your attorney's advice, a mere statement and proof that he is a student will not change the situation. It is important to know whether he benefits from section 245(i) or if he...
  6. Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: 17-year-old immigrant arrested for petty theft, is he going to get deported?

    Find two different attorneys: one for the criminal case and one for the immigration case. They should cooperate with each other to avoid immigration consequences. It is rare to find an expert in both...
  7. Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: What can we do to come back to US after deportation?

    The appropriate thing to do is to apply for a Non-Immigrant Waiver. Certain criteria have to be satisfied, but it will allow your husband to visit the U.S.
  8. Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Can new husband file petition to return to U.S.?

    An alien who fails to timely depart voluntarily is ineligible for immigration benefits for 10 years. However, depending on your circumstances, you could try to use the "exceptional circumstances"...
  9. Naturalization: Re: Applying for citizenship and bad credit?

    This has to do with good moral character. However, only criminal matters are taken into account. Your bad credit should not matter.
  10. Marriage: Re: Marrying my Illegal Jamaican Immig thats been in NYC over 10 yrs w/ job & HS dipl

    The issue is if he came to the U.S. with a visa. If yes - he can adjust his status after the marriage.
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    Unlawful Presence and Overstay: Re: 425(i) after illegal in this coutry

    If you have one year of unlawful presence, you will be subject to the 10 year bar once you leave the U.S...
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    Unlawful Presence and Overstay: Re: 425(i) after illegal in this coutry

    Regarding the first part of your question: for the purposes of sec. 245(i) it is important that the petition was properly filed and that it was approvable upon filing. It is immaterial that it was...
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    Re: Green Card Renewal

    Indeed, the recent Supreme Court case, Lopez, has changed the law. You have to present the criminal disposition of your case to an immigration attorney familiar with the drugs issues.
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    Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Rejected under section 212(a)(6)6

    A finding of misrepresentation is a very serious immigration
    offense - according to the INA and 9 FAM, which guide Consular Officers. This finding may certainly affect any future visa...
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    Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Deported and still here

    You are in a very serious situation. One needs to evaluate the details of your current humanitarian situation. The only three potential ways to attempt to deal with this situation are: a join motion...
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    H Visas: Re: Extension and Transfer of an H1 Visa

    Per AAO, an alien can recapture any time spent outside the US, if it interrupted his status as an H-1B in US.

    Your husband could have a problem at the time of entry. The safest option is for you...
  17. H Visas: Re: Sponsoring Parents after H1B Transfer

    It is irrelevant who is your employer for the purpose of your father's "sponsorship". The sponsorship boils down to signing an Affidavit of Support and attaching pay stubs and other proof of income....
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    Marriage: Re: Marrying Illegal Immigrant in Texas

    He can only apply for Green Card if Labor Certification or Relative/Work Petition/Visa was filed on his behalf before the end of April 2001. Otherwise, he can return to his country and apply for an...
  19. Marriage: Re: Marriage After Entry on a Six Month Visa

    The Petitioner, a U.S. citizen, is allowed to file the K-1 Petition even during the Fiance/e's presence in the U.S. But the Fiance/e will have to return to his/her country for the consular processing.
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    H Visas: Re: Question about H1 transfer

    Albert,

    Your immigration situation is an uneasy one. In the first place, you could be considered by the USCIS to be out of status because you were not employed for the first two months. Then,...
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    Marriage: Re: marriage to illegal european

    You need to contact the local Marriage Bureau. Once you are married, you can apply for Adjustment of Status, leading to your Green Card.
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    Marriage: Re: Permanent Resident and remarriage

    You can apply for naturalization after 4 years and 9 months. The naturalization process may take approximately between 4-6 months - depending on your local USCIS office. Once you become a citizen,...
  23. Re: Regulations for a Resident Alien Living and Working Overseas

    You must apply for a Reentry Permit. If you fail to do so, you may be deemed to have abandoned your Permanent Residence.
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    R Visas: Re: How to change to R-1 status

    You can file for change of status from J-1 to R-1. You have to wait for the approval before you start working on R-1. However, you legally stay in the U.S. during the pendency of your Change of...
  25. Divorce: Re: Divorce of illegal immigrants in Texas

    Illegal or legal immigrants are subject to the same matrimonial laws of their State jurisdiction. They should find a local divorce attorney. When both parents are deported, their U.S. citizens...
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