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Thread: SAMMY, UMESH, ME2, ADVISE 2 or anybody, please help!

  1. #1
    I filed an I-130 & I-485 to apply for a green card for my Mom 3 days after she came to visit me on a B-2 visa (I'm a US citizen). Now I've heard that filing an immigration petition right after a visitor visa entry will be considered fraud as "intent to immigrate" with an non-immigrant visa. Mohan has suggested to let my mom leave before her visa expires and keep the process alive. First I don't know if I could keep the petition alive this way since I filed I-485 AOS for my Mom (that means I'm applying for a green card while she's in the United States.) And I really don't want her to leave now that she's caring for my 4-month old baby. When I go to the interview later, if I tell the immigration officer that my mom changed her mind 3 days after her arrival. Will that be convincing? What are the chances that the petition will be denied? Thanks in advance for your help.

  2. #2
    I filed an I-130 & I-485 to apply for a green card for my Mom 3 days after she came to visit me on a B-2 visa (I'm a US citizen). Now I've heard that filing an immigration petition right after a visitor visa entry will be considered fraud as "intent to immigrate" with an non-immigrant visa. Mohan has suggested to let my mom leave before her visa expires and keep the process alive. First I don't know if I could keep the petition alive this way since I filed I-485 AOS for my Mom (that means I'm applying for a green card while she's in the United States.) And I really don't want her to leave now that she's caring for my 4-month old baby. When I go to the interview later, if I tell the immigration officer that my mom changed her mind 3 days after her arrival. Will that be convincing? What are the chances that the petition will be denied? Thanks in advance for your help.

  3. #3
    "Intent to emigrate" is bad ... leaves you without a visa!

  4. #4
    Adam, I don't quite understand your reply. Could you elaborate a little bit? Thanks.

  5. #5
    Guest
    If I may just wish for Sammy's return to this board, as he is very good in elaborating the matter thru every angles.

  6. #6
    For us, Sammy is like God now. But where is Sammy? Why would somebody say some ugly words toward such a good-hearted person who's well needed here in this community?

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