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Hi Brandon, did you see my question?
yes I see you but not your answer.
where is your response?
even if I have a valid passport, they will not let me leave?
The attorney I have retained said that she is going to see the Attorney General's office in Georgia to present my case with payment proofs. She also said that possibly the State will view the pre/extra payments as gift not child support. Do you agree?
I paid off the entire amount due of 111 months in 48 months. now, 114 months later, the US consulate tells me that I have Child support in the arrears. if fact, I have documentation indicating that I have over paid the total required amount by $120,000. Some how my ex went to the Child Support stating that I did not pay, thus, putting me in the arrears. Do you think this is an easy resolution for the Attorney General's office?
so by default my passport is in a suspended status?
yes, all payment records are bank deposit and electronic checks.
so going straight to the Attorney General's office is the right approach?
Would there be a problem if I going and out of US with another countries passport? even if I am an US citizen.
As dual citizen Can I go to the US as a non US citizen?
Will US know about my dual citizenship? can they cross reference?
if I have to exit the US for employment purposes. Do you think they will make an exception?
in my case I paid everything off in advance and every children are emancipated. I do not owe any child support, other than she falsely/erroneously claiming. Therefore, would like to go to the US to clear the situation and I also have a job interview.
can you point out specific court cases, where the non-custodian parent paid extra money in advance to the custodian parent and it was considered as future child support payment without an actual written consent/acceptance from the custodian parent. thanks.
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