I apologize for being absent for a long time. I have been selfish because when I needed advice or knowledge about DACA and the process, this forum and it's members were the only ones that were always willing to help in any way possible. I got caught up with life and growing up, being a father, trying to provide for my family and other things. I guess I thought that since I already had my EAD, I had nothing else to do here. I was dead wrong, we are still fighting the good fight not only for us but for the generations after us. Now I find myself on another process trying to get permanent residency through advance parole. If anyone has any questions about what I filled or the process in general, feel free to message me.
Ahahahahahahahaha It's close to midnight Something evil's lurking from the dark Under the moonlight You see a sight that almost stops your heart You try to scream But terror takes the sound before you make it
Hello everybody I have a question and hopefully anyone can help me. I put my DACA application on August 2017, in September 2017 I got my appointment for my finger prints, in the application I didn't put anything for my work history as that worked with other names. I only worked with another name that wasnt mine the ssn and name were real, and I worked with my name but with fake SSN and fake birthdate and I didn't put that on the application. Would that affect me? Is that going to affect me? What should I do? Please if anyone can help me I would appreciate it. Thank you.
I applied for advanced parole early last year. I got approved and went to Mexico in late April. My wife petitioned for me in July of 2017 (i485 since my i130 was already submitted and approved). In August we got a letter stating that I needed a sponsor because my wife's income was not enough. That same month I went through that "immigration physical" to make sure I had all of my shots and no TB. Mayor tip, don't loose your immunization card because you might end up paying through the nose for shots you may or may not have gotten after high school. I found a school friend that was able to sponsor me and sent back complete documents in September of 2017. On April 10th of 2018 we got the notice an interview date had been selected for my i485 case. My interview date was May 15th, 2018. I received a notice on May 18th that my i485 case was approved and I now have permanent residency for 10 years. Finally!! After being in the U.S since I was 4 years old, I have my permanent residency. I will update my timeline later but feel free to ask me any questions regarding advanced parole and any of the processes that follow. Again, if it weren't for this site that answered many of my questions when I first applied for DACA back in 2012, none of this would be possible. Thanks you to everyone that answered my dumb questions and everyone that is on here sharing the knowledge about these processes to the masses.
Were you able to get it approved for renewal again?
I am currently going through the similar as well. My original DACA expired back in 2014 and I tried renewing, but was denied due to DUI. So, I just recently got my DUI expunged and trying to reapply for DACA again, but not as a "renewal" but as an "initial applicant" since my original expired more than 2 years ago.
After reading your thread previously that you were able to get approved after DUI expungement, it gave me hope! I reached out to few lawyers and they were sure that I was going to get denied again so I was hesitant.
I'm not sure if I should answer "Yes" or "No" for the question asking if I have EVER been arrested for, charged with any significant misdemeanor..
Any help please?
First, sorry for bumping this thread but I am in a situation where I’m not quite sure how to go forward.
I am currently residing in NY where expungement is not an option. I’ve made a mistake in 2016 by receiving a DUI pleading guilty to DWAI. I’ve completed all the necessary classes and paid all the fines. My current EAD expires in September 2018 and I’ve submitted a renewal application via the immigration attorney. Few days ago, I’ve received two letters from USCIS asking me to call them to verify my demographic information. I’m afraid to verify any information as I feel like they will come pick me up. Could you guys kindly advise on how I should go forward with this situation?
Thank you all in advance!