Posts Tagged ‘deferred action’

11Jan2019
Getting a Philippines CFO Seminar Appointment

“Do you know how long it takes to get an appointment for the CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) seminar? I don’t want a situation where my girlfriend gets her visa and then has to wait a few months to attend the seminar. It seems like the website doesn’t allow you to make an appointment without […]

09Jan2019
What is Form I-797?

Form I-797 is used for various types of communication known as ‘notice of action’. It’s not a form you fill out. Rather, it’s a form that is mailed to you by the USCIS to notify you of certain action that’s been taken on your case. Often, our customers receive this commonly as a receipt notice, […]

07Jan2019
Does a Child of a Green Card Holder Qualify For Derivative Beneficiary? (CR1/CR2 Visa)

I’ve filed for my husband (CR1 spousal visa), and I’m a green card holder. Will his five-year-old daughter qualify for derivative beneficiary? You will have to file another petition for the child. You will need to file a new I-130 and all the same documents that you filed for your husband, but you can petition […]

04Jan2019
CR1/IR1 Spousal Visa Medical Exam – What Should I Expect?

Ahmed asks, “What should I expect from the medical exam on a spousal visa?” All applicants preparing to enter the US on a CR1 spousal visa are required to complete a medical exam before the consular officer will approve it. This medical exam is at the end of the process. We recommend completing the medical […]

03Jan2019
Is Parental Consent From My Ex Required To Petition For My Child? (K2 Visa)

What’s the probability of the US Embassy requiring some sort of letter of consent from a father of a K2? The specific requirements and the form of consent expected may vary by country. Generally, if the father’s name is on the birth certificate, a letter of consent will be required. If there’s no father named […]

31Dec2018
What to Expect at Port of Entry When Entering On a K1 Visa

I’m bringing my fiance and stepdaughter here next month from Dominican Republic on a K1. Should I expect any delays at the airport coming through immigration and customs? When you go through CBP, Customs and Border Protection, and you come through the port of entry, one of the officers are going to call the alien […]

27Dec2018
Taking Advice From Family Immigration Forums

There are a couple very good, very helpful communities of self-help folks that are full of people just like you, going through this process and sharing their experiences. Sites like VisaCommunity.com or VisaJourney. To touch on VisaJourney – we have worked with their owners for years and are even an endorsed service on their site. […]

21Dec2018
How Do I Get Approved For a B2 Tourist Visa If I Was Previously Denied?

Getting denied for a tourist visa is very common. Denial rates vary from country to country, but are public information. Just because a denial rate is high in your country doesn’t mean it’s impossible to get approved. It just means most people applying from that country are not qualified. There are many factors that play […]

19Dec2018
I-751 Removal of Conditions NOA Received – What’s Next?

I applied with you guys for the I-751 Removal of Conditions, and I received the I-797 notice of action a month ago. I haven’t heard anything so what’s the next step? As of 2018, you could probably expect delays and you may not hear anything for five to six months. The normal processing time to […]

14Dec2018
Expect an RFE – Even If You Included It In Your Petition!

We wanted to alert all of our customers to be prepared to receive potential RFEs, or requests for evidence, even when everything in your petition is perfect. We have had numerous reports of customers receiving RFEs for items that were confirmed to have been included in their petitions, but the USCIS is requesting them anyways. […]

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