QUESTION: I’ve been a lawful permanent resident in the US for almost 5 years. My mother petitioned for me to become a lawful permanent resident, but my grandmother was a … Continue reading
I came on an F-1 student visa, but have fallen out of status. Can I still apply for a green card through Adjustment of Status when my US citizen wife sponsors me?
QUESTION: I was an international student on an F-1 visa, but I stopped going to school, and have fallen out of status because I moved to another city to live … Continue reading
The US Department of State has issued the March 2018 Visa Bulletin. The DOS Visa Bulletin lists visa availability to let foreign nationals know when they can file an Immigrant … Continue reading
Posted January 17, 2018 The US Department of State has issued the February 2018 Visa Bulletin. The DOS Visa Bulletin lists visa availability to let foreign nationals know when they can … Continue reading
Posted December 19, 2017 The US Department of State has issued the January 2018 Visa Bulletin. The DOS Visa Bulletin lists visa availability to let foreign nationals know when they can … Continue reading
QUESTION: I have a US citizen daughter and she will be 21 years old soon. We know that when she is 21 she will be able to sponsor me and my wife, … Continue reading
August 21, 2017- Discussing the Building America’s Trust Act, the District Court case for the Texas SB4 bill, lawsuits filed in Chicago and California against Attorney General Sessions, a potential … Continue reading
I have TPS. Can I get a green card based upon sponsorship by my US citizen spouse without leaving the US?
QUESTION: Is it true that individuals with TPS, who entered the US without a visa, are now eligible to adjust status in the United States based on a marriage to a … Continue reading
Can I change my country of chargeability for my visa petition if I become a citizen of another country?
QUESTION: My sister is a US citizen and she filed an F-4 I-130 petition for me 15 years ago. I was born in the Philippines, but I have since moved … Continue reading
November 7, 2016. By Ari Sauer, immigration lawyer with the Memphis, Tennessee office of the Siskind Susser immigration law firm. (This is an update of my January 2, 2013 post on … Continue reading