Beginning January 17, 2017, a new form Supplement J to Form I-485 is required to either:
Tag Archives: Adjustment of Status
For many decades, USCIS policy interpreted the INA to mean that if the approval of an immigrant visa petition, refugee/asylee relative petition, or application for immigration benefits requires the existence of a family relationship between the alien and another individual, the death of the individual, while the case is pending, generally meant that the alien […]
Starting October 2015, the State Department (DOS) changes the procedures for determining visa availability for applicants waiting to file for employment-based or family-sponsored preference adjustment of status.
The Visa Waiver Program allows qualifying foreigners to come to the United States for up to 90 days visit without obtaining a visa first. Not every Country has Visa Waiver Program. Only the Countries that are designated by State Department have Visa Waiver Program. Countries that have the program can be found here. The purpose […]
At the time of making entry into the United States, if a nonimmigrant has preconceived intent to remain permanently in the U.S. and files application of adjustment of status to become a permanent resident, should the application be denied because of the preconceived intent?