These children may have acquired citizenship through their American parents, however citizenship rules have changed throughout the years. So I advise you to consult an emigration attorney so they can tell you whether your child has in fact acquired citizenship.
A visa is a document that is affixed to a passport, which indicates that that person can enter, leave, or stay in the United States for a specified period.
Children who are born outside the United States and has one citizen parent, that child may have acquired U.S. citizenship. However, it depends on many factors regarding the U.S. citizen parent. Also, citizenship rules have changed throughout the years, so I do strongly advise that you consult an immigration attorney.
If your permanent resident card expires, it does not mean that you lose that status. I would suggest that you extend your permanent residency card; however, you have to see whether you meet the eligible requirements to renew it.
The K-1 fiance visa, it’s a visa that allows your overseas fiancé to come into the United States, and within 90 days you and your fiance must marry. Once married, your fiance can apply for permanent residency status.
The requirements to apply for an E-1 visa is basically that the applicant needs to show that he or she is a national from a treaty country, that they intend to engage in substantial international trade, and that at least 50% of their international trade is between the United States and the treaty country.
The basic requirements for an E-2 visa is that the future investment must be active, substantial, and non-marginal.
Once you’re married and your spouse is overseas, you will need to first file a family petition or an I-130. And once that petition is approved, the file will be transferred to the National Visa Center. The National Visa Center will contact your spouse and yourself to provide additional information. Once that step is… Read More »
If your child was born overseas, your child may have acquired citizenship. I would suggest that you contact the US Consulate. Maybe you’ll be able to apply for the child’s passport. Or if that’s not available to you, based on the citizenship rules, your child may acquire citizenship, but you will have to apply… Read More »
If you’re a U.S. citizen and you are over 21 years of age? You may file your family petition, also called the I-130, to the USCIS Center that has jurisdiction power to review that case. Once approve that approved petition will be transferred to the National Visa Center also called the NVC for further… Read More »