You are a green card holder and working part time how can you sponsor your parents to visit?
That depends upon how long they want to visit. If they are coming for a week, they don't have to be sponsored. If they have passports they can come as tourists. Almost anyone can come to visit the US (certain types of criminal records make people ineligible even to visit). It's only the people who plan to stay for long periods of time who need special permission.
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Can a green card holder who is currently pregnant sponsor her spouse for a visiting visa and at the same time sponsor her husband for a resident visa?
What do you mean by "her spouse AND her husband. What kind of soap opera is this? No, you can only apply for your legal spouse (aka, husband). And by legal spouse or husband,… I mean, the one you actually married by law. She filed a petition to bring her spouse (married legally in their home country) for permant visa but since she expects for this petition to take some time and since she is giving birth in the next 4 months can she petition her husband for visiting visa without compromising the permanent visa petition? In respone to the first answer, the spouse and husband are the same person, thank u in advance for answering.
No, howver if you are Citizen you may sponsor a parent
You are a green card holder living in the US your parents are transferring 100000 to you to be used as part of a down payment on a home do you have to pay tax on this amount?
No, I really don't think so. I'm not sure how it would be different than appearing to be your funds being used. If you went there and they gave it to you, and you used it h…ere...even if you had them send it to you as they help with your affairs from there, it wouldn't be taxable income to you. or alternatively, if they and you were here, and they gave it to you, as a family gift it wouldn't be income taxable to you, but something called "gift taxable" by them. However, I suspect that as non-citizens, this tax wouldn't apply to them either.
You have the option to apply for a US visa like the tourist visa with which you can enter US. The visa is issued and depending on purpose of trip the period of stay in US can …be decided. Using the Form I-539 you can extend the period with a valid reason.
yes, everything is possible, but that would b illegal. if the person want to work in a good job and totally legal, that is a long process, work permit first and than ooha! fin…d a job as a prime minister!
If your visit less 180 days, no visa needed otherwise you need get a re-entry permit
Can I apply for a Green Card while on H-2B status? Yes, you may apply for Green Card while on H-2B visa. You may attain an immigrant status in the U.S. through the Family Base…d Immigration. If you have close relatives who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, the relatives may file an immigration petition for you as the beneficiary. Close relatives, as defined by immigration law, include parents, unmarried minor children and spouses.
All the sources tell me "yes", but I just received a phone call and my Ukrainian passport back, with the note attached that "I don't need a visa to travel to Argentina". I'll …be following up on that, as a simple post-it note is not enough...
If you mean can you adjust his status to become legal- NO. This is only if you are a U.S. citizen.
No they don't need visa.
No, the K visas are for U.S. citizens only.
Yes and no. Entering in ukraine depends on your citizenship notyour green card.
The green card holder can petition for his/her spouse and unmarried children only.The preference is only for them. The time taken for process completion that is the waiting …time for green card holder spouses and for minor children is four years while the period is eight years for adult children age 21 or over. Relationship to the green card holder only matters for petitioning using Form I-130 not the applicant's home country.He/she can be definitely an Indian.
Yes provided the visitor continues stays in legal status.Once the marriage formalities are complete the green card holder can petition for green card for spouse by filing Form… I-130 and also concurrently file Form I-485 for adjustment of status.
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Yes but it becomes a problem during naturalization. Green card in US is mainly for a person to stay and work in US permanently and so its supposed to be maintained and renewed… every 10 years. Also the green card holder would have to apply for a reentry permit which is valid only for 2 years before leaving US in case he intends to work abroad. New reentry permit is required if the stay is for more than 2 years. Main eligibility criteria for applying for US citizenship is to have stayed in US as a green card holder for minimum 5 years prior to filing the Form N-400. In case green card holder plans to work abroad its important to file Form N-470 to preserve residence in US for naturalization purposes.
I got married with my husband in December last year. He is planning to apply bankruptcy in Jan. Does bankruptcy effect my green card application? (by the way he got his green …card in 2010)
You would need to apply for a visa at your local consulate, the process is different depending on whether you're traveling as a tourist or for business. For example, if you're… visiting as a tourist, you would need your greencard, your round trip plane ticket or bookings to Peru, 1 passport photo, a copy of your bank statement and $30 fee pay in cash or money order to the Peru consulate. To find out the contact information of your local Peru consulate, feel free to visit the related link for more information.