1. I Am An Asylee With Approved Asylum Case, Applied for Refugee Travel Document Before I Left the States.
It has been more than three months, I have not received my refugee travel document. I want to know what are the implications if I travel back to the states without my refugee travel document in hand? What will happen if I show them my asylum approval, my work permit, a letter from my organization explaining why I had traveled, and the receipt from USCIS that they received my application for refugee travel document and that I have already done my biometrics. I want to know if I will be able to return without my refugee travel document in hand?
2. Can Stepdad File An I-130 and I-485 for Child With Expired K-2 Visa If Mother And Stepdad Are Divorced?
My son was born out of wedlock in Germany to a German mother and US citizen father. Paternity was established many years later and he pays child support under a court order. In 2008 we came to the US to marry a different man with a K-1 and K-2 visa, but my son’s I-485 was not filed because I was told by the DA’s office and USCIS hotline he is a U.S. citizen by birth, but father fails to file a 600 for him. With attorney’s advice I acquired citizenship in June 2015 to file for my son. I filed I-130 and I-485 last September and got denied because of wrong status on I-94 entry form. Now they want to deport him while he is still a minor and we have no relatives over there anymore. The original petitioner and I are divorced. Can he still file for my son?
3.What Is The Process for a Temporary Green Card Holder Deportation From the U.S.A. After Criminal Conviction Was Vacated?
Who is barred permanently: If you have been convicted of an aggravated felony, entered the U.S. without permission after being removed (deported), or illegally reentered the U.S. after having previously been in the U.S. unlawfully for more than one year, you may be permanently barred from entering the United States. This isn’t quite as bad as it sounds, however, in that you are allowed to apply for a waiver of inadmissibility after ten years. Am I illegible for this waiver?