On April 14, 2011, you obtained conditional permanent resident status through your spouse in immigrant classification CR6 and your conditions were removed on May 19, 2014. USCIS received your Form
In “Undocumented students’ Access to College: The American Dream Denied,” Chavez, Soriano and Olivia (2007) have stated that millions of students who live in United States are undocumented immigrants; most of them come to U.S at a very young age. They completed their high school and achieved great academic success, some of them even got admitted by well know universities. From 2002 onwards , Assembly Bill 540 (AB 540) , authorized by the late Marco Antonio Firebaugh , allows any student who has completed three years high school, and received a high school diploma or equivalent in California, regardless of their immigration status, are legally allowed to attend colleges and universities (Chavez,Soriano and Oliverez 256).Even though they are eligible to apply and be admitted to universities, but they are not eligible to apply for federal financial aid, without the help of financial aid, it is extremely difficult for them to afford tuition. In this case, it severely limits undocumented student’s chances for upward mobility.
As per the latest visa bulletin, my priority date is becoming current in October 2015 and would make my case eligible for filing I-485 Adjustment of Status.
This bill directs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to cancel removal and grant lawful permanent resident status on a conditional basis to an alien who is inadmissible or deportable or is in temporary protected status who: (1) has been continuously physically present in the United States for four years preceding this bill's enactment; (2) was younger than 18 years of age on the initial date of U.S. entry; (3) is not inadmissible on criminal, security, terrorism, or other grounds; (4) has not
Hope all is well. Please note this is the first time HR is aware about your misspelled name. We will make the necessary changes to assure your name is correctly spelled. Regarding your W2, unfortunately there is nothing we can do at this moment to revised your 2016 W2. W2s are made and mailed to us following what is in our systems.
In circumstances where an applicant entered the UK illegally, an application for citizenship should normally be refused for a period of 10 years from the date of entry, if it is known. If it is not known, the period of 10 years starts from the date on which the person first brought themselves to or came to the attention of the Home Office.
The good thing about the U.S. army is that an illegal immigrant can become a citizen if they are enrolled in the army. That is a chance that an undocumented immigrant can’t get deported, “Special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) authorize U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to expedite the application and naturalization process for current members of the U.S. armed forces and recently discharged servicemembers. Generally, qualifying military service includes service with one of the following: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and National Guard. In addition, spouses of members of the U.S. armed forces who are or will be deployed may be eligible for expedited naturalization. Other provisions
-50-99 employees: no payment is required under section 4980H(a) or (b) for 2015 if you did not reduce the size of your workforce, overall service hours, or health coverage between Feb. 9, 2014-Dec. 31, 2014.
In February 2017, a new immigration bill was introduced in the Senate. This bill is known as the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment Act (RAISE Act). The RAISE Act aims to improve the economy by cutting the number of green cards in half, causing the number of legal immigrants per year to be halved. In addition to this, it will amend the Immigration and Nationality act in order to eliminate the idea of diverse immigration. This new bill would cap the number of refugee admissions at 50,000 per year, remove immigrant welfare, remove family priority (unless for spouses or minors), and change the employment green card system into a point based
The L2 visa is for the minor, unmarried children under the age of 21, and the spouse of someone who is in the U.S. on a qualified work visa, known as a L1 visa. The L2 visa is a non-immigrant status that is only valid for the duration of the L1 holder's visa. When you have a L2 visa, you may work full-time with proper employment authorization, go to school full-time and travel within the U.S. on short trips.
2. What are the reasons to renew your green card? Green Card serves as proof of identity and proof of your U.S. immigration status. Not having a valid Green Card can cause problems. It’s a misdemeanor crime to not carry a valid Green Card at all times. You must show proof of your right to work in the U.S. when applying for a job or your current employer may even ask for a copy of it.
One of my personal challenges was applying for Green Card in the category of extraordinary ability (EB-1A) all by myself instead of hiring an immigrant attorney in 2012. As we know, the importance of Green Card is that it is the legal paper to stay in the US for every immigrant. My success at meeting the challenge could be the following key words: research, plan, serious, responsible, professional, focus and patience. Do some research on this topic first before making my own plan. Be serious and responsible for my plan. Focus on each requirement and prepare all the documents in a professional way. All I need at the end is the patience after I submit all the