Immigration Q&A From All My Social Media Followers – Immigration lawyer in California (2019)

Immigration Q&A From All My Social Media Followers – Immigration lawyer in California (2019)


in this segment I’m gonna be answering
questions from our followers on Instagram and YouTube and other channels
stay tuned because those questions may apply to you as well see you on the
other side everybody Jacob here in this segment I’m
gonna be answering questions from our followers on Instagram and YouTube and
other channels you can post your questions at the comments below or if
you follow me on Instagram you’re welcome to follow me on Instagram and
also post your questions there and the DM I love the MS and I’d love to answer
them as well so let’s dive in into the first question first question is from
Jerry from Brazil and it says Jacob I’ve been a dentist in Brazil for seven years
could you evaluate my curriculum Vita and see if I’m eligible for an EB to
national interest waiver so I’ve done many videos about a national interest
waiver and I’m gonna link and link below to one of my recent ones but what that
means is that you can actually he’s asking if he can get a green card as a
self petition so he’s a dentist he’s a high-level educated professional and the
national interest waiver allows people that have an advanced degree without a
job offer but as long as I can show benefit to the United States by them
coming here and working in a project in this case we’ve done many national
interest waivers for physicians that will be involved in research or working
on some project in this case he is the Brazilian dentists is not licensed in
the US but he may be able to come here to work on the research or work on may
be developing some technology for dental implants and stuff like that and as a
result he’ll be eligible for a national interest waiver a green card without a
job offer just because he has a dental degree he’s coming here for a particular
purpose and he’ll be able to get a green card based on that so very very amazing
question next question is for my Instagram page
and it says sir I applied for a b1 b2 visa twice and I got rejected the
rejection letter quoted a section two four to fourteen B but I don’t know
exactly what the reason is could you please explain and help me out with the
rejection the reason for the rejection so people who are plan for tourist visas
the number reason for them to get denied on a
tourist visa is section 214 B which is basically states that person has to
prove that they have a reason to go back that they have sufficient ties to their
home country if they are not able to satisfy that either because they don’t
have a job the too young they are a risk to day
constant that they’re not going to return those are the reason there’s the
most common reason for somebody to get their tourist visa rejected and again
some of the ways we’ve done videos on the b1 b2 and the section 214 B as well
but in a nutshell you have to come prepare for that interview you have to
show you the of sufficient ties or the job you have sufficient funds you have a
intention to return because your family members left behind you have a job left
behind or properties left behind things like that that will show the consular
that you really are not at risk you gonna do your tourism and you’re gonna
go back to the US in this case it looks like this person is quite young and
wasn’t able to demonstrate that they’re gonna go back and and and and return it
and remember there are several countries like in the Middle East and in Africa
that are high-risk 4 to 14 B denials and that could also be another reason for
that so twice it’s not a big deal some people apply four or five times
until they get it we definitely recommend to be prepared in a better way
before you reapply next question I’m a permanent resident in the US for two
years I would like to bring my parents and my little brother who has 12 years
as possible or have to wait until I get my citizenship so again if you’re just a
green card holder to apply for if you’re parents you have to be you know there’s
a what is called the Visa Bulletin and there are different categories as to how
long people have to wait in this case I would definitely suggest for that person
to become a u.s. citizen and then you can immigrate these parents immediately
without having any wait times and as for his brother a US citizen can petition
for the brother but it’s gonna take more than 10 years and again it depends on
what country you’re from it’s important to check on the visibility and see how
long it’s gonna take for your country to immigrate the brother but for parents if
you’re a US citizen it’s an immediate immediate option to emigrate next
question I’m about to start my PhD you know anatomy and cell biology how soon
can I apply for a green card so again if somebody is coming here on a
PhD and they’re already in the US they could apply for a green card under the
national interest waiver as we mentioned before and they can get there within a
couple of years takes about 14 14 to 16 months or not to a wait time again
somebody with a high degree with a advanced degree like that who is here in
the US and if they qualify based on other factors they are able to apply for
the green card as soon as they are obtained their PhD and that process can
can be done without a job offer as well next question I have to take this the
YouTube question I have to go to the US for four days for training can I apply
for b1 visa absolutely if you come to the United States for training or for
business meetings or for contra negotiations the best option is a b-1
visa you have to show the contract you have to show the letters as to why you
coming here for training where you’re gonna stay that you have sufficient
funds to support yourself while while you’re here and the b1 is a perfect visa
for training for education purposes that is not for studying so yes b1 is the
perfect visa for you next a YouTube question
she got mad I could marry them in my fiancee within 90 days but his enemy for
expired and does account has overstayed 10 days already and they haven’t haven’t
filed the adjustment so what she’s asking for she came on a 90 day visa
it’s a fee on the fiancee visa but then they overstay by 10 days again I would
just file the adjustment of status and explained the reason why there was the
short over state it’s not a very long over state it’s really important to do
it as soon as possible because if you go back to the embassy right now and they
see an overstay in the k1 visa they may not issue another visa so I will just
file the adjustment as soon as possible and it’s never recommended to overstay
any visa but in this case please file ASAP how long does it normally take to
get a change of style when you get married to a green card
holder instead of a citizen and again that comes back to a previous question
that I mentioned that there is a Visa Bulletin and in the Visa Bulletin you’ll
see a category of a green card holder who is marrying a foreign national F to
a category and then depends on your country for example of human the
Philippines or India you have to wait longer than somebody who is from another
country so I would suggest going on the Visa Bulletin I will link it at the
bottom of this video and then look for your country and then look at the F – a
category for a green card holder and that will determine what cases they’re
working on right now and will help you you know get your get
your green card based on that so it will tell you how long you have to wait and
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