It should not make a difference.
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It should not make a difference.
It is not a rule. It is a general consensus that if AOS is applied after 90 days of last entry, more likely than not, USCIS will not assume that the AOS applicant had immigrant intent at his/her...
It seems your friend does not have strong enough ties to his country of residence in order to overcome "immigrant intent".
You answered your own question. If you can prove that the pregnancy was learnt after entry into the US and the decision to stay in the US was made after entry, you should be good. However, still...
A1: No point speculating this
A2: Yes, he should mention exactly what the purpose of his visit to the US will be
A3: Visit visas cannot be sponsored by anyone but the applicant. They are...
There is no appeal process. Your friend is more than welcome to re-apply.
Just state all the relevant facts and keep your figners crossed. Best of luck!!!
A1: In my opinion, unless there is a life/death emergency, EOS on B-2 should not be filed, specially when it is a restricted I-94
A2: She can surrender her I-94 on the way to Canada. On her return...
Proof of finances to cover your stay in the US. This proof should be carried independent of whether someone is going to put you up or not. As a general rule of thumb, you need to show at least $100...
Not taking into account the period you were ill, what did you do in the US during your 5 and a half months? Did you go to your firm's US office and actively worked?
DV lottery is an option too, provided they qualify based on their country of birth.
You should soon be getting an interview notice with a time and date.
It has been ages since I saw someone use this word :)
Employment avenue is open to them, if qualified. Genuine marriage to US citizen is another option.
Is this a genuine "change of heart" or were they always planning to adjust their status upon entry as visitors?
K-1 is a risk free option. AOSing from B-2 always has a small risk of being accused of fraud and/or misrepresentation. Do you want to take that risk?
Yes you may continue to work after December 2013.
You seize to be an Indian citizen the moment you take your oath. I believe you need to surrender the passport (for cancellation) whenever you next apply for an Indian visa or OCI card.
Yes you can try to gain entry as a visitor, but you might be denied entry.
You get only 90 days. K-1 status holder became an overstayer if they do not apply for AOS 90 days after entering the US.
How long do you intend to be in the US?
Congrats on getting the visa. Do not fret upon your plans getting disturbed. Look at the bright side, your admin processing lasted less than 6 weeks!!!
As I said earlier, I once had to wait 22...
You can use your B1/B2 visa for any business and touristic purpose. Even if the track your DS160, it makes no difference. You can still use this visa of yours to seek entry for a personal visit.
A1: No. She can only change consulates if she moves from one consulate's jurisdiction to another consulate's jusrisdiction.
A2: No, her failed B-2 application do not factor as far as her...
A1: No one can answer that. No point in asking such a question.
A2: Administrative process can take from a few days to many months. It varies on many factors.
A3: Not unless the consulate asks...