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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You are illegal due to overstay then marry a green card holder are can you work and re-enter the country while waiting for your green card number?
First, if you have entered illegally, then marriage will not help your immigration status. For those who have stayed longer than their lawful permission, marriage to a US Citizen is a common avenue toward Adjustment of Status. When you apply for Adjustment of Status, you can also apply for work …authorization and you can apply to leave the country and return while your application is pending. This is general information and you should consult professional advice before making such an important decision. (MORE)
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 countr…y) 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. (MORE)
Answer . \nhttp://www.myvisanow.com/index.asp?page=vg_empl\n. \n\nProcessing time for Regular Labor Certification varies between 1 to 3 years.
If the husband is a US citizen born in Nigeria and wife is a green card holder born in Nigeria can divorce proceedings continue if she goes to Nigeria to visit for an unspecified amount of time?
Answer . \nDivorce may continue but Green Card status might be lost as you cannot stay indefinitly in Nigeria. Check with INS for anmount of time you can stay out of the US without being penalized and green card revoked.
The spouse of a Green Card holder may work in the United States ifthey possess an immigrant visa. The spouse is not able to legallyenter the United States until the State Department issues this typeof visa.
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 here...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. (MORE)
Can a us green card holder visit Canada by air and reenter the us with hisher green card only or heshe needs other documents?
Yes, permanent residents have no problem going to Canada and coming back home. You will only need your gren card to present it to the immigration officer. I tavel a lot to Canada and I have never had a problem.. But, by Air a US citizen will need a Valid US Passport to even enter the plane.
Yes! because they have a green card so they can study in Univeristy. It is depend on they have money or not because if they don't have money to pay for each term in University so they need to go to college. But for people who don't have a green card, they might need to go back to where they from, an…d for international student, they need to more (extra) than American student. But if they are international student whose born in here or been here for 4 or 5 years or maybe till High School so they just pay like Americans students, even though they don't have a green card or they do. (MORE)
I am applying green card for my parents. They are concerned that they may not be able to come USA and stay for more than 6 months each year, particularly since they are elderly and not in a great health. Is there a special rule for older people holding a US green card not to come USA every year but …every two years? (MORE)
You are on a valid H1B visa and getting married to a green card holder what is a quicker way to get your green card through your green card holder spouse or sponsored by your employer?
Hi. I got married to a green card Holder outside India. I applied for H1b and got my work visa and came to Us through that. Hoe can i convert my H1b to greencard.He got his green card 3 and half months before. can anyone answer
Yes. A green card is merely a document showing you're legally allowed to work in the US. A passport is for identification purposes only.
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! find a job as a prime minister!
If your visit less 180 days, no visa needed otherwise you need get a re-entry permit
Generally, you must be a United States citizen in order to register to vote in any governmental election in the country. A legal permanent resident (green card holder) is not eligible to vote, unless a particular municipality allows for it. A person must check with their local board of elections o…ffice for detailed information on his or her eligibility to vote. (MORE)
Does not matter if you are a US Green Card holder or not, when you have an Australian visitor visa, you can go there.
It depends on where you are. In the U.S. each state sets its own requirements for obtaining a permit. Check the related link for more information.
The Green Card is irrelevant. Whether you need a visa for the various countries of Europe depends entirely on your nationality and that of your passport.
\nGreen card is the name usually associated with a permanent resident of the USA. The card was formerly green, now it is much like a driving license which contains a information on a permanent resident of the USA.
can US green card holder working in Germany Answer The only people who can work in Germany without a Work Permit are EU, EEA and Swiss citizens. All others, including US citizens and US residents need a Work Permit.
Can us green card holder visit his country for 4 months then come back to us for 3 months and go for 5 months?
i dont know ask the green card holder he is my uncle here is his number 9186658563
Yes you do need Visa to visit Kuwait if you hold US greencard, but if you're a citizen then you don't need to obtain visa you can get in through any entry port in Kuwait.
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 Based Immigration. If you have close relatives who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, the relatives may file an immig…ration petition for you as the beneficiary. Close relatives, as defined by immigration law, include parents, unmarried minor children and spouses. (MORE)
If you are 16 years and younger and your uncle adopts you. Check out travel.state.gov, visa section for more info.
No. Your sponsor must already be a U.S. resident so you, as a non-resident, cannot sponsor yourself. Think if you have any relatives, friends, or employers who you can ask to sponsor you!
If you have a green card and a travel document from the USCIS you need a visa. But if you are a green card holder and have a passport, you may not need a visa depending upon the country of citizenship, i.e. green card is irrelevant. Check the list of citizens who requires visa for Malaysia.
Yes, you can. However, If you are a national of a country which ordinarily requires a visa to enter that specific European country, then you should apply for a visa before your departure; green card does not give you visa-free access to ANY of the European nations.
It depends on the country of citizenship. A UK citizen would not need a visa if they travel to the Caribbean just their Green Card and Passport.
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...
yes.reason is that due to the taxes are used by the government to maintain the resources of that country.thank you
If you mean can you adjust his status to become legal- NO. This is only if you are a U.S. citizen.
No. You must be a citizen . All law enforcement swear an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.
There is a time limit after entry into the country before you would be eligible for any public benefits. But if you do receive public means tested services, your sponsor (which all green card holders are required to have) would be liable for the dollar amount of any such services you received. This …means that if you take means tested health benefits, the government will make the sponsor pay the medical bills. (MORE)
Yes for some local elections. From the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service: "There are very few jurisdictions where a non-U.S. citizen may vote in a local election. You can obtain information regarding voting qualifications in local elections from your local voting authority. It is impor…tant to remember that even if you are allowed to vote in a local election, you are not eligible to vote in a federal election if you are not a U.S. citizen, nor in any other election that requires you to be a U.S. citizen." (MORE)
Strangely enough, more countries than a US citizen can visit. The card holder could visit his or her own country and countries like Brazil for example which a US citizen would need a visa for.
If he married the mother of a the child and he's under age he will sponsor the child too. If not he can legally try to adopt the child good luck
I assume you mean you are a non-EU citizen who has a work permit for Denmark. In this case you can travel freely to any other Schengen country as a tourist, but you cannot work there. Your Danish work permit is only valid in Denmark
It depends on where you are. In the U.S. each state sets its own requirements for obtaining a permit.
Can a green card holder stay outside us for around 180 days every visit and maintain the of getting the citizenship?
Applicants applying for US Citizenship must have maintained continuous residence in the United States for at least five years immediately preceding the applicant's filing for citizenship with form N-400. Continuous residence is not the same thing as physically being present in the United States. An …applicants must maintain status as a legal permanent resident (green card holder), but does not necessarily have to be physically in the United States to accomplish this. After a year in US as a green card holder in case for example you need to stay outside US for employment reasons then you can file Form N-470 to preserver residence. Trips outside US as a green card holder should not exceed 180 days per trip. If you are going to stay outside US for more than a year remember to apply for reentry permit and get it approved before leaving US. (MORE)
Yes. For employment purposes you can stay outside US even as a green card holder. While away you can preserve your residence back in US by filing the Form N-470 for naturalization purposes.
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 ag…e 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. (MORE)
Yes, but you must spend more time inside the US than outside. And remember, green card holders, just like citizens, must report their worldwide income.
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.
For Expatriation in the first phase legal and political aspects needs to be taken care of US citizenship. Secondly you are required to file Form 8854 for Expatriation with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and bring your income tax return filing up to date as of the date you surrender your citizens…hip or green card. (MORE)
It will depend on the specific jurisdiction. In most states theywould be considered an adult and can move out.
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 l…eaving 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. (MORE)
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)
It all depends where the foreign national spouse lives inside or outside of the US. If the couple is not yet married and the foreign spouse is outside the US and wishes to get a marriage green card which in the US then you have to apply for a K-1 Fiance visa.
A US citizen with a green card can get married to a Switzerland citizen if they have the proper documentation. To do so, you need to go to the office where all marriages are processed and they can tell you which documents specifically you will need.
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. (MORE)