Family Adjustment of Status – Divorced parents – by Albert Justin Lum

Family Adjustment of Status – Divorced parents – by Albert Justin Lum

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Family Based I-130 – Reminder to parents!

It is important to keep records of the care you give your children, even when divorced.

We recently helped a client to obtain permanent resident status based on a petition from the U.S. citizen child as a divorced parent who did not have custody of the child.

A commonly overlooked requirement for a U.S. citizen child petitioning for a parent to adjust the parent’s status to a permanent resident is that the parent must demonstrate parental support of the child. This support can take many forms:

  • monetary support to the family,
  • payment of school fees,
  • other kinds of support, even signing off on a report card.

All these items demonstrate evidence of parental support that is required for approval of a such a petition. So, keep your records:

  • keep receipts,
  • if you wire cash, keep copies of the wiring instructions,
  • receipts from payments to schools,
  • purchases of clothing.

All these could mean the different between an approved petition and denied petition for your adjustment of status. At Lum Law Group it is the small things to which we pay attention in order to help you achieve your immigration goals.

 

亲属移民申请(I-130)。即使离异,你对孩子的关爱也是一种重要记录。我们最近帮助一名客户获得了美国永久居住证,而这名客户离了婚并且没有孩子的监护权。但是通常忽略了美国孩子为父母申请永久居住权时,需要证明父母对孩子的支持帮助。这种证明要填写很多表格,家庭收入、学费支付、甚至离职报告卡;所有这些项目都是证明父母愿意抚养孩子必要的证据。所以保存好你的想送记录,比如收据,汇款单据复印件、学费单据、买衣服的发票。这些可能意味着申请通过还是被拒绝。

林律师集团致力于每一件小事,帮助您达到移民的目标。

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