A: How did you sponsor your daughter if you never worked nor filed any taxes?
Did you have a big savings account to demonstrate that you can support them in America? If your daughter is in America in another status and is earning money, then I suppose you can use her income to attempt to qualify for your son’s GC.
Q: I was told that you need to get Advance Parole if you want to leave the US during your green card application, because if you leave the US without it your i-485 application will be considered abandoned.
You can get the EAD card with AP stamped approval after about 3 months of filing your I-485.
Q: I recently got engaged and my fiancee is from the USA and we want to live there.
The best and most reliable advice is always from a good immigration lawyer. From what I understand, they will eventually transfer our case to the National Visa Center, at which point the process will finally begin.
Q: I’m a US citizen trying to get my husband a Green Card. Part of this process will include the National Visa Center asking about my salary. Or is our application purely based on determining that our marriage is a real one?
Disclaimer: All advice given here are strictly as is without any guarantees and reliability.