Our client is now older than Originally Posted by Demise. Therefore, he was a beneficiary of an immigrant petition filed after January 15, and before April 30, and that I petition was approvable when it was filed. As some of you know, priority dates for Philippine nationals under the family-based immigration category F4 are more retrogressed than other countries. For other success stories, please click here.
Yet she remained in the United States. Our client contacted us around September of for consultation and sought legal assistance for their adjustment of status. If this new I is approved with a November priority date, our client would be eligible to adjust under i since the priority date is current and the petition was filed before January As some of you know, priority dates for Philippine nationals under the family-based immigration category F4 are more retrogressed than other countries. Our client contacted us around June of for consultation and sought legal assistance for her adjustment of status. Our client contacted us around May for consultation and sought legal assistance for his adjustment of status application.
They were wrong and the denial notice did not mention the fact that our client clver ineligible for i. For an alien to independently qualify for adjustment of status under section i of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.
Thus, when a grandfathered alien applies for adjustment of status under section i as the principal adjustment applicant, his or her dependent spouse or children are eligible to adjust status under that section notwithstanding the fact that they are not grandfathered aliens.
Our client retained us on February 5, However, our client did not have any of these. Find all posts by Demise. Thereafter, she married her U.
Later, his authorized status expired and he overstayed his status. Initially, our office determined that she is eligible for IA provisional waiver. Our client contacted us around November of for consultation and sought 2445i assistance for his adjustment of status. So in this case your mother must’ve been in US on December 21st Thereafter, he married his current wife in April She had none of those because she just got paid in cash.
Anchorage, Alaska Our Filipina client came to the U.
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Currently, she resides in Virginia. Last edited by Venus; at From immigration of children, parents, siblings, to cases involving iCSPA, and the death of a petitioner, we are here to help.
I am including a copy of my mothers old I which was approved on April 2 that my grandfather that filed it for her who was a U. Therefore, he was a beneficiary of an immigrant petition filed after January 15, and before April 30, and that I petition was approvable when it was filed. On November 19,our office filed their I adjustment of status applications under the i vover.
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However, her first husband left her while pregnant, lether the I was denied. This means that the spouse or child is grandfathered irrespective of whether the spouse or child adjusts with the principal. She retained our office on December 1, and our attorney represented her at her master calendar hearing.
Virginia Our Filipina client came to the U. Does anyone know if with I or known as “IA” form if I should include a explanation letter of my eligibility as a “grandfathered derivative beneficiary alien”? This I petition was approved.
North Carolina Our Filipino client came to the U.
Our client was the beneficiary of a petition before January 14, as a derivative beneficiary of the F-4 petition filed by her uncle to letfer father on December 29,and thus was eligible to adjust under INA Section i despite her overstay, without any need to show physical presence in the United States in December 14, Everywhere 5 miles 10 miles 20 miles 50 miles miles.
I also have a copy of her green card as well to show that she has received ccover green card through I. She finally became a green card holder. However, this left thousands of otherwise qualified persons who had not begun the process unable to adjust status in the United States.
Our client is now older than Such spouses and children are able to benefit from section i of the Act by virtue of their status as dependents under section dwhich provides that a spouse or child who is accompanying or following to join a principal beneficiary of an immigrant letteer is entitled to the same status as that alien. Our Mexican client came to the U. On August 6,our office dover his I adjustment of status application under the i category for our client.