Q 1. Visa availability is based on country. Is that country of citizenship or country of birth?
Q 2. My spouse was born in a different country than I was. Since the I-485 is based on my employment, does my spouse's country of birth help me?
Q 3. Both my wife and I were born in India and my priority date is not current. Our child was born in the UK and the priority date for that country is current? Can we use our child's country of birth eligibility?
Q 4. My employer has a labor certification pending on my behalf. Do quota backlogs affect the processing of the application?
Q 5. My I-485 was already approved. However, my dependent's application is still pending and my priority date is no longer current. Is my dependent's application affected by the quota backlog since my application is approved?
Q 6. If my I-485 application is still pending, and my priority date is no longer current, will USCIS still issue a fingerprint notice and/or RFE?
Q 7. My fingerprints have already been taken. However, due to the quota backlog, they may expire. Will USCIS require me to redo my fingerprints?
Q 8. I am running out of H-1B time. What will happen to my H-1B status if the quota backlog holds up my Green Card application?
Q 9. Due to the quota backlogs, I want to review my options for immigrating through a US citizen. I have minor US citizen children. I have a US citizen spouse. Can they sponsor me for permanent residency?
Q 10. Can a stepbrother of a citizen be considered for immigration under F-4 category?
Q 11. A father who petitioned for a son in the US expires soon after the petition was filed? What would be the status of the son?
Q 12. A mother goes to the US as an immigrant and files a petition for her son. Can she return to India before the approval of the petition filed or before her son gets the IV?
Q 13. Can a Green Card holder sponsor a divorced daughter with a child?
Q 14. Can a petition which is expired, be revived? No.
Q 15. Does a refusal of an NIV affect prospects of obtaining an IV?
Q 16. A woman born in the US, lives in India with an Indian passport. Is she entitled to become a US citizen with a US passport? Will her children benefit?
Q 17. A mother goes to the US as an immigrant and files a petition for her son. Can she return to India before the approval of the petition filed or before her son gets the IV?
Q 18. A mother goes to the US as an immigrant and files a petition for her son. Can she return to India before the approval of the petition filed or before her son gets the IV?
Q 19. What is a normal waiting time for an applicant intending to get IV through his/her (a) citizen fiancee/fiancée (b) Green Card holding fiancee/fiancée?
Q 20. Mrs. X is sponsored for an IV with her children below 21 at the time of the petition. At the time of interview, what would happen if the children become 21 years in age?