file a petition for him
Yes they can.
Once that person marries and the papers for the greencard are filed, s/he can file for a temporary work permit. Yes. A fiance' visa alone is automatically eligible to work. I myself was under the fiance visa. You need to get an SS first which can be tricky because theres a lot of SS employees who do not understand the concept of the K1 visa holders being valid to work. ( I had to research a memo from Immigration and print out to show them). The k1 visa is only good for 90 days so I suggest that once you get here, you get married ASAP and file for AOS (adjustment of Status) EAD (employment authorization document) and travel parole (optional). Once your K1 visa expires, you are technically not eligible for work, unless you get your EAD before it expires, which I strongly doubt. It took me 6 months to get my EAD, 7 months to get my AOS and 8 months for my AOS interview ( where I got my greencard).
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No, due to fraud.
There are many symptoms and other things that can come with someone that has adjustment disorder. Basically it means someone is feeling depressed, sad and hopeless.
no depends were they came from
In the United Kingdom a woman is eligible for pension at the age of 60 and a man is eligible at the age of 65 by the year 2021 the eligible age will be 66 years of age.
Someone in jail is not eligible for unemployment. To be eligible for unemployment a person must be able and available to seek and accept immediate full time work. If you are in jail and are offered a job, you are not able to start immediately, therefore not eligible.
Eligible means that someone is qualified to do something, such as hold a certain position, or that a person is available for marriage.
it needs a little adjustment
You have to be someone that is at least 62.
No, but someone with Lyme Disease might be. It depends on how life threatening it is
You are only eligible for compensation if it was someone elses fault and you can prove it in court.
no. also, you are not eligible until you are 25
yes, he is
Eligible is an adjective, so you would use it to describe something or someone. There are a few examples on how you would use it below. "You are eligible to win that prize," she told him. "I'm not eligible enough to receive such an honor," he said, kneeling.
so they can seem like their an older person then someone and to be eligible to get in.
They have to become a page or a squire before they become a knight
The likely word is candidate (political office seeker, or someone eligible for a position).
If you worked for someone and you didn't voluntarily resign, you might be eligible for unemployment.
Social Security Administration
how long do you have to be with someone in Utah to be eligible for common law marriage?
No, by the time the offender has reached PRISON he has been sentenced for his crime and is not eligible for release on a money or property bond. His next opportunity for release won't come until he is eligible for parole.
no, Yolanda didn't get out of jail! she is eligible 2 get on parole till 2025 someone said that.