Individuals who file Form I-944 alongside their green card applications will also have to file tax transcripts and records of all taxes paid abroad.
Form I-864, Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA is a critical document that can make or break an immigrant’s green card application.
It should take 12.5 to 15 months for you to receive your green card after you file for renewal. This means your green card will expire in the interim.
A lost, stolen, or damaged green card isn’t the end of the world. It’s more of an inconvenience that requires additional paperwork and a small filing fee.
If you are stopped by ICE on the street or in another public place, you should exercise your rights and remove yourself from the situation if possible.
If ICE agents unexpectedly show up at your place of employment, the best thing you can do is stay calm and exercise your constitutional rights.
Everyone living in the U.S., regardless of their citizenship status, has certain rights. If ICE shows up at your door, you should exercise yours.
Generally speaking, ICE cannot legally detain U.S. citizens, as they only have authority to arrest individuals who entered the country illegally. However, this is not always the case.
There are several actions you can take to protect your interests in the days following an ICE arrest. The most important, however, is to hire an attorney.
In most cases, attorneys will ask you several common questions so they can better identify the possible defenses you’ll have in your deportation case.
As long as you take time to prepare with your lawyer and answer each question truthfully, you should experience no difficulty in passing your interview.
A consular officer can deny your visa application for any number of reasons, such as visa preference problems or the presence of a criminal history.