Saltrese Faville DeSeguin, immigration attorneys
- Immigration Law
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|Attorney - founding partner, Saltrese Faville & DeSeguin llc|
|Full service Immigration Law Firm in Denver Colorado with experienced immigration attorneys providing exceptional representation in asylum, deportation defense, family petitions, green cards, VAWA, U-visas and consular processing. Spanish French & English spoken.|
|Attorney - Owner, Law Office of Suzan deSeguin-Hons|
|Sole practitioner providing representation in immigration matters including asylum, VAWA petitions, family based immigration, deportation defense and appeals.|
|Stanford University||B.S.||Chem Engr|
|Cornell University||M.S.||Chem Engr|
|Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association|
- Overall: 1 Answers
Q. My military spouse filed my paperwork 2weeks ago however my i i94 will expire July 2 should I wait around or depart.
A: It depends on what "paperwork" was filed. If your spouse is a United States citizen and you and your spouse filed an I-130 and an I-485, then you should remain in the United States. You will be sent a biometrics appointment and also be called for an interview. I would advise you to have a consultation with an immigration lawyer who can provide you a more detailed response particular to your complete circumstances.