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Can I bring my Filipino wife and her kids from her first marriage to the USA with me?
Yes, if you are either a US citizen or permanent resident.The children need to have been less than 18 years old at the time of your marriage and unmarried and less than 21 at the time of application.You need to file a separate I-130, Petition for Alien Relative for your wife and each of your step children. Also, file with the petitions all required supporting documents. Separate fees also apply.Here is a very good checklist of the requirements for a spouse visa, Form I 130 Checklist Spouse Visa. In addition, here is a very good checklist for filing for a visa for a step-child, Form I 130 Checklist IR-2 CR-2 Beneficiary Spouse Children.I write free information and articles on long distance relationships, navigating the US visa process for fiancé and spouse, and adjusting to new life in the USA. See my website and blog on my information page.
What documents do I need to apply for a green card through marriage?
The instructions on the USCIS I-130, Petition for Alien Relative web page provides you with a summary of all the forms and documents that you need. Search USCIS I-130 to find.In addition, there are many other places to find this information like searching for Form I 130 Checklist Spouse Visa in Google with several sites providing great information.Also, there are many Facebook discussion and support groups to join to get help in self filing a US Spouse visa petition._________________________________________________________________________________I write free information and articles in my website and blog on the US visa system for fiancé and spouses. See my website and blog in my biopage.
What is the process for applying for a spouse visa for the US?
The process for applying for a spouse visa to the USA includes the US citizen spouse completing and submitting an I-130, Petition for Alien Relative along with an I-130A, Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary to USCIS. There are other forms that you may need plus other supporting documents. See the instructions in the I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. The initial filing fee as of my posting is $535. This petition takes about 8 - 10 months to get approved. Here is a good checklist to follow, Form I 130 Checklist for Spouse Visa.After USCIS approves the petition, it is then sent to the National Visa Center (NVC). At NVC you select your agent, pay 2 fees online (affidavit of support fee of $120 and immigrant visa fee of $325), complete the immigrant visa online application (DS-260) and submit affidavit of support, financial and supporting documents. The financial documents are to prove that you meet the minimum income. After NVC approval, your case is sent to the US embassy in your foreign spouse’s country.Before the interview, the foreign spouse will require a medical exam. After the medical exam, the foreign spouse attend an embassy interview.Upon a successful embassy interview, the foreign spouse is issued a spouse visa. Then, they should pay the $220 USCIS immigrant fee for the green card before or after they enter the USA.The entire process takes about 1 year.I write free information and articles on long distance relationships, navigating the US visa process for fiancé and spouse, and adjusting to new life in the USA. See my website and blog on my information page.
What are some tips for filing an immigration petition for a spouse?
Go to the USCIS website for an I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. https://www.uscis.gov/i-130Download the latest forms from there (I-130, I-130A and G-1145).Also, read the instructions, where to file, filing fee, checklist, special instructions and links.Here are some other tips:1. See this post for the best way to file with a new married name. http://www.lovevisalife.com/2018...3. See the USCIS form filling and assembly recommendations. https://www.uscis.gov/forms-fili...4. For proof of bonafide marriage, if you don't have any joint accounts or children born together, use 3rd party affidavits. https://www.lovevisalife.com/201...5. There are some tips or tricks to using Form I 864 Reader to fill out the forms. https://www.lovevisalife.com/201...6. Translate all supporting documents not in English to English and have the translator certify the translation.7. Don't forget to sign and date the I-130.8. If your foreign spouse is abroad, they don't need to sign the I-130A.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I write free information and articles on the US fiancé and spouse visa processes along with adjusting to new life in the USA on my website and blog. See my website and blog in my biopage.
What's the process for marrying someone in the U.S. that only holds a temporary visa?
The question in your title and the question in your description are separate questions.What's the process for marrying someone in the U.S. that only holds a temporary visa?It's the same as marrying anyone else in the U.S. Usually, you get a marriage license from a county or something and then you have a ceremony in front of a witness. You need some kind of ID to get the license; driver's license, passport, any ID will do. Marriage is governed under state law; immigration status is not relevant.What's fastest route to her permanent residence in the states?Once you get a certified marriage certificate from the government records office, you guys can file for Adjustment of Status. Basically file forms I-130, I-485, and optionally but recommended also I-765 and I-131, all together in one big package. Each form has many supporting documents, including evidence of bona fide marriage, your new spouse's birth certificate, Affidavit of Support, a medical exam, etc. There are many checklists on the Internet. There's a lot of stuff to prepare so you might as well start now.
Why is Russia not offering any single engine fighter jet to India?
The question is phrased a little wrong. It should have been “why isn't India inducting single engine fighters”.The answer to this question is based on some technicality and logic. Let's try and understand them one by one.Fail safe and Safe fail .These are two design process, especially used in aviation. Just go by the meaning of the word and you will understand.Fail safe - it is basically a type of design which is unlikely to fail, under the operating circumstances. So basically a designer says that this airframe will not fail till 1000hrs of flight time. Hence periodic maintenance is carried out and inspections reveal the nature of damage, if any. If damage is above tolerable limit then that airframe is retired so that it dosent lead to an accident. Means more money spent in inspections and decommissioning the equipment.If you analyse this, you can understand this design philosophy is costly and time consuming.This was the design philosophy used in single engine fighters.Safe fail - Now comes the other design philosophy, which basically caters for failures but in a safe way. In layman's terms, it's like if a thing has to fail then it does after giving telltale signs and has backup available. Eg- Ac with multi engine (you will never find a commercial aircraft with single engine). Basically the designer does not want any chance of failure as that you result in mass casualties. So now most countries are agreeing towards this philosophy so that fighter flying remains a safe bet..What I have explained in terms of design philosophy is from a very miniscule point of view. Offcource there is much more to it.Accident RecordWithout doubt it easily fathomable that single engine aircraft have higher accidents vis-a-vis multi engine. One of the most important accessory in an aircraft is the engine. If you got one that is servicialbe you will survive. So take a guess what happens when an engine flames out and there is no relight. Hence inclination towards safety.Air Staff RequirementsThese are those requirement that are put forward by the service to the OEM(MiG, Sukhoi,Daasult etc etc), as to what the county needs. It specifies the exact requirements, like no of engines, hard points, endurance etc. So the current trend is to give ASQR for twin engine fighters. That's why the competitors vying for the contracts (Russia/France) only submit twin engine fighter entries.The IAF and the world has moved towards multi engine fighters primarily because of above mentioned requirements. But still predominantely the requirement of safety outweighs any other requirement. This is the reason that during republic day parade at India Gate only multi-engine fighters are allowed to do flypast(did you know that). Because they don't want to compromise on safety of such a sensitive place.But during AF day fly past, even single engine fighters participate. As it's away from the heart of New Delhi.Mighty Fulcrum over India GateBision Enroute to HindonEven during the MMRCA competition the requirements were for twin engine fighters, however two companies did sport single engine fighters.Saab - GripenBoeing/Lockheed Martin - F-16INAlthough the fighters were great, in fact the Indian test pilots loved the Gripen. But both were not selected as the core issue was both being single engine. There were few other aspects also that resulted in non-selection, but this was the biggest criteria for rejection.Having seen the above mention fact, it can be gauged why Russia is not offering single engine fighters to us. Because they know we won't buy them. Additionally all manufacturers have started developing twin engine fighters only, the only exception being the F-35 (why it was meant as a single engine is a different topic in itself).Having multiple engine also gives following advantage1 Redundancy2 Load sharing for Engine driven components eg- fuel pumps, generators etc.3 Better SFC ( less fuel consumption)4 Better maintenance and inspections due to modular structure.5 Less frontal area (lowers the RCS)6 Higher thrust.Hope the answer helps…. Cheers !!!!if you like don't forget to upvote.
I just married my foreign wife. How can I get her children from a previous marriage visas to enter the USA?
If her children were under 18 at the time you married and under 21 at the time you apply for them, then apply for them as a step-child using an I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. This is the same form that you will be using to apply for a spouse visa for your wife. Your wife needs the additional I-130A, but the kids do not need that additional form. Each stepchild needs a separate I-130 petition application with separate fees.If approved, the step children will get CR-2 visas, become permanent residents upon entry and get green cards soon thereafter like your wife on her CR-1 visa.Here is a good checklist for the CR-2 petition.I write free information and articles on the US fiancé and spouse visa processes along with adjusting to new life in the USA on my website and blog. See my website and blog in my biopage.
Will hiring a lawyer quicken the process of citizenship-greencard sponsorship?
These people would have you believe they will:Laurence Canter and Martha Siegel - WikipediaThey sent the infamous “Green Card SPAM”, which was the first large scale SPAM ever sent.As a practical matter, there are certain things that you should do a certain number of days, weeks, or months ahead of time, and it’s really a matter of working backwards from that to get the timing.If you are working for a large corporation on an H-1B, and want help getting through the green card requirements, most large companies H.R. departments can give you a “timing checklist”.The U.S. ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) is no longer permitting expedited applications.You can blame Trump for this, or you can blame the actual reason, which is that there are a certain number of slots reserved for H-1B’s for people with graduate level degrees, and then there’s “everybody else”, which means Bachelor’s degrees.As a result of expedited requests by people with Bachelor’s degrees, the number of H-1B’s in the various quotas were consumed, leaving people with graduate degrees without a visa.ICE would prefer to get the people with Master’s and PhDs, they want any overflow from the graduate degree reserve to soak up the slots that might go to the remaining “everybody else” degrees,In other words: they want to get as many graduate degreed people as possible, and they want the bachelor’s degrees to get whatever’s left after that (and if there’s nothing left: too bad).The issue with green card sponsorship is that the only people who can speed that up are the people who are sponsoring you.That’s typically by getting the paperwork all correct, and in before all the deadlines.While a lawyer can help with this… an HR checklist for what has worked in the past is going to be better, since it means that that HR department has moves a lot of bodies through the process, while an individual lawyer can only do so much.One of the biggest things in this regard is the medical examinations, and the Form I-693 — Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record.Other are:I-485 — Green Card ApplicationI-130 — Help My Relative ImmigrateI-864 — Affidavit of SupportI-131 — Apply for a Travel DocumentEtc.Again, all that depends on who is doing the sponsoring.If it’s an employer, they already have a process: do this then, do this now, do that later, turn the crank, pay the fees: presto! Green Card!If it’s a relative doing it for you, you might need a lawyer.But really, the long tent pole will be the vaccinations, since they have to be done over a period of months, and are something you can just go in and get in a day. And you have to get proof of the vaccinations, and it has to be acceptable proof to ICE.Any medium to large employer’s HR department will walk you through this.
Is it a difficult process to get your spouse into America?
It is not a difficult process for a US citizen or US Lawful Permanent Resident to get their foreign spouse to America and can easily be done by self filing. You do not have to hire an expensive immigration attorney nor a visa consultant. All you need to do is read the instructions by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the US Department of State (DOS).However, the process does take about 1 year for a US citizen petitioner and 2 years for a lawful permanent resident petitioner.Firstly, you need to apply for a spouse visa for your foreign spouse using an I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. See this USCIS webpage for instructions, required forms, supporting documents, where to file, filing fee, and checklist.Once the petition is approved by USCIS, the case is sent to the DOS. Then, follow the DOS 6 step process for the visa application, medical exam and interview. Follow this guide from the DOS- Begin National Visa Center (NVC) Processing.After approval, your spouse gets an immigrant visa and becomes a lawful permanent resident upon entry. Your spouse’s green card will arrive shortly after entry.In addition, there are many website, blogs and Facebook support groups to get help.I write free information and articles on the US fiancé and spouse visa processes along with adjusting to new life in the USA on my website and blog. See my website and blog in my biopage.