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What argument can I make for the judge to reinstate my passport? what are my strengths?
I made no argument other than the issues of reducing my child support. I just included my license reinstement when the judge granting me the reduction. This is why it seems that a letter to the judge could be all that is necessary for her to grant an order to have my passport reinstated. I have been in the court arena 15 years and have learned that rulings are not necessarily based on law. My argument is I own nothing, I have nothing, and the future looks bleak; at best. When I did have it; I gave it all to my children. I have medical problems that need to be monitored and have no medical insurance. I am pacemaker dependent that when the battery goes out, it's terminal. All this was the result of stress of this case. a passport would give me the opportunity to visit my daughter in Australia without the influence of my ex's family...and it may be the last opportunity I ever have. Surely to God there are other options available. The Court NEVER made a decision and allowed this case to drag on and on and on. at this point surely the judge could forfeit a hearing and do what's right. Or a lawyer could present this case in such a way that an order could be given w/o a hearing.....I was abused!
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