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Creating this topic thread for all the March 2020 I-751 Removal of Conditions Filers
Hey VJers, I am currently going through the Removal of Conditions process from a K1 visa, I sent my application last July and have the 18 month extension letter. My Canadian passport expires in July and I had plans to go there this week to file for a new passport in my married name and visit with my family but my travel plans were cancelled due to Covid-19. Does any Canadian who is currently living as an immigrant in the USA know how I can go about renewing my passport from abroad? I know I can mail in the application but I am unsure of where to get the photo taken because they have different standards than the USA and I don’t have a guarantor here. Any advice on how to proceed would be very much appreciated! Thank you!
Hello, I am k1 visa holder. I got divorced than I remove the condition. Now I have 10 years Green Card. It is time to apply for N400 citzenship. BUT I had a big fight with my x wife few years ago. I kick her out of the house. He dad call the cops and the cop came to my house accusing me with insulting and threatening her. The cops just told me that they are just going too talk to me. They came inside the house. Asked me if I hit her ore anything which I did not. The cops made sure that we know the law if she hit me or I hit her. One of us will go to Jail. Then they left They did not take my ID. They did not do anything. Is that arrest or charge or anything? Should I mention it in the application? What should I mention? I never have any thing else rather than that story. Please help me Thanks
I am looking for information about the likelihood of a Domestic Violence case resulting in my USC baby's mother losing her ability to remain in the U.S. I have researched, and I understand DV is a "deportable" offense. I can't seem to get good information on whether USCIS actually "would" follow through and deport the mother an infant USC. The backstory is that my wife and I filed her RoC in November 2018. In January 2019, she filed for divorce. In July 2019, she was arrested for Domestic Violence and Assault. We live in the Sixth Circuit (Ohio). I am the victim / witness in the criminal case. I believe she may be taking the criminal case to trial. My impression is that I would be surprised if she is deported, even with a conviction for Domestic Violence, since she has a USC infant, even though I anticipate she will be on the short end of the custody stick. Am I underestimating the likelihood of her losing her ability to remain in the U.S. ? Follow up to