Attorney Greg Siskind, from my law firm, authored a summary of the new changes to the Public Charge Rule. These long-anticipated and controversial changes expand the government’s use of a … Continue reading
QUESTION: I am a nurse who was sponsored by my employer/petitioner as an EB-3. I have had my green card for 9 months and have been working for them since … Continue reading
How do I know if my medical examination report (I-693) has expired and I need to bring a new one to the interview?
QUESTION: I have just been scheduled for my green card interview. How do I know if my medical examination report has expired and I need to bring a new one … Continue reading
Will traveling abroad before my Advance Parole is issued cause my application for Work Authorization to be denied?
QUESTION: I applied for Work Authorization (EAD) and Advance Parole along with my I-485 application. Will travel before the Parole is approved forfeit just my Parole application or will that … Continue reading
QUESTION: I have a valid H1B visa stamp. But my employer in the US does not have a project for me to work on at the moment so I cannot … Continue reading
Can I expedite my wait for a visa for my I-130 petition due to my petitioning father’s advanced age?
QUESTION: My father is a US citizen. He filed an I-130 application for me in 2012, which was approved in 2012. At the time I was unmarried, but I got … Continue reading
QUESTION: Is there a specific amount of time that a green card holder can spend outside the US without abandoning their green card? THE IMMIGRATION ANSWER MAN – ARI … Continue reading
QUESTION: I filed an I-130 petition for my wife, who is in India. When I filed the I-130, I was a permanent resident. Now I am a citizen. What is … Continue reading
My father filed an I-130 for me when he was a Permanent Resident. I got married before my father became a US citizen. Is the petition he filed for me still valid?
QUESTION: I am from India. My father filed an I-130 immigrant petition for me under the F2B category in 2012. I did not know the immigration rules, and I got … Continue reading