I believe you are not a resident alien at all, you are a alien, legally allowed to live and work in the USA for the duration of the L1 (up to 7 years) but you are not a "resident" There are many law firms who could answer precisely this question.
A lawful permanent resident (green card holder) can sponsor a relative for a green card. To sponsor a green card, the petitioner has to file Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative with the USCIS.
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT confer automatic citizenship or permanent resident status to the non-citizen spouse. The non-citizen spouse will have to apply following the standard immigration procedures as prescribed by law. http://www.uscis.org Marriage to a US Citizen does not automatically qualify an alien for citizenship. Contact a reputible Immigration attorney for guidence on pursuing citizenship.
No she is not an alien she is a human being just like you! If you mean alien as in non resident-also no.
Individuals have no say in whether a non-citizen in the United States should be deported such decisions are made by the USCIS. Unless the person who has been granted permanent resident status commits a federal or state crime which constitutes a felony conviction he or she is not in danger of deportation.
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This could be alien or non-resident.
1. A resident Alien 2. Non- resident Alien 3. enemy Alien 4. Refugees 5. illegal Alien
How can they if they are not a US citizen Yes they can, there are options, check here: http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Your-Non-Citizen-Parent-Can-Get-Medicare&id=873991
Yes I am a real estate agent and have a client who has h1b status and wants to know if he is considered a resident alien or not because he wants the $8000 tax credit if he buys a home (He is a first time buyer) The tax form 5405 says you can't claim the credit if you are a non resident alien so the client must be satisfied that he is qualified Are there any other places that h1b can be verified as resident alien
To PURCHASE a firearm in the US, you will need to be a citizen, or a permanent resident alien. However, some NON-resident aliens MAY purchase SOME firearms. If you are in the US on a student visa, and wish to go hunting, if you have a hunting license, you may purchase a rifle of shotgun without having a "green card". Inquire at a knowledgeable gun dealer. If you are an illegal alien, you may not purchase or possess a firearm.
Sure they can marry, but no felon from a foreign country can gain legal entry into the United States, much less legal status. They are persona non grata.
Yes, if you overpaid your taxes. You would need to file a tax return. You have up to three years after the initial deadline to claim a refund. Th forms you file would depend if you are a resident alien (1040 forms) or non-resident alien (1040NR).
You'll file as a resident of NC and a non-resident of SC. The non resident filing will apportion part of your income to that state and the tax you pay will be a credit for tax due in the other State.
no you cant get deportes cause your a live here and you are a citizen
If you mean the purchase of a firearm from a dealer in the US by a person that is not a citizen or permanent resident of the US- not by itself. An non-resident alien LEGALLY present in the US may purchase a firearm under limited circumstances. They will need a minimum of two pieces of ID- one must be a government supplied photo ID that shows address- but you will still need to show legal presence in the US, or that you meet those limited circumstances for a non-resident- and a consular card does not do that.
It depends on the legal alien current status, whether she in US with a non-immigrant visa, student visa, or immigrant visa. However, in general, she can apply for a change of status from her current status to permanent resident status. The form can be download from uscis website. Usually within 2-3 months from the date the case filed, the applicant will receive a temporary authorization card, which will allowed her to work, regardless her case approved, pending or denied. And in most cases, within 6 months - 1 year, she'll receive her permanent resident card, if approved.
The US for one. The requirements here are that you be a citizen, a resident alien, OR that you are here legally, and have a hunting license. Most nations that have hunters that come to that nation to visit allow at least certain firearms to be owned by "non-citizens". Big game hunting in Africa, bird hunting in South America, etc. PS- my wife is not a citizen of the US- she is a British subject that is a permanent resident of the US- and she owns firearms legally.
If they are an established permanent resident of the United States, yes.
A Permanent Resident is a non-citizen within a country other than one which they have citizenship for. Permanent Residency grants them all rights to live in that country for as long as they desire, with certain conditions. They do not have all rights of a citizen, such as voting and representation, however; Residency is normally the last step towards gaining citizenship.
Permanent resident Id is the green card, or the Immigration Permanent resident Id, that is received by foreigners that are legally residing in United States, without being Citizens, but gave them all the rights, except voting. For local purposes a resident Id could be your Driver License or Id from the DMV, MVA or whater way they call the Agency who provides car tags, driver licenses and Id for non-drivers that proof your local residence in a county and State.
Yes, if they are a permanent resident of the US. However, a commissioned officer must be a citizen of the US.
Yes you can file. Don't believe it will effect your status unless there is a crime that negates that status. Bankruptcy is not a crime.
I am a non resident in the country of Africa.