just looked at my date and its today. is there any i can get it bought back to a later date?
State/Country relating to question: Florida
so far i haven't tried anything.
You will have to go to the hearing and ask the judge for a continuance and explain why. You better have a VERY GOOD explanation because you had plenty of time to look for an attorney and gather evidence. If you say you just forgot or something like that, you are going to be denied and will have to present what you have today. So take everything you can today and hope. If your Residency status is considered abandoned, you will want to reserve appeal and then file the appeal and marry your girlfriend and file an I-130. Once the I-130 is approved, you will then need to motion to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the people that you filed the appeal with, to remand the case back to the Immigration Judge because you have an approved I-130 and will file an I-485 with the immigration judge. Please let me know if you have any additional questions and please do not forget to click accept. Thank you.
i am representing my self as i feel valid reason to why i havent been able to move here permenantly and not excuses. i am putting together a file to to what ever paper work i have and can get, such as credit report showing all the accounts i had opened and the dates, my lawsuit documents from london which i have which states my medical history briefly, my driving license, my present business documents, my house rental lease, current back account documents, and trying to get my fathers medical history from london.
Sounds good. Let me know how it good. Good luck. Please do not forget to click accept. Thank you.
10+ years of experience in various aspects of U.S. Immigration Law.
i am also taking a few people which have none me for over the years i have been coming here which knows my situation, and told them to put together a testimony. can you advise how and in which way to represent my self in front of the judge please as that would get rid of sum nerves.
You would need to ask the judge for permission to present witnesses. The opposing counsel will also have a chance to ask them questions. Any documentation that you take in, you MUST have one copy for the judge, one copy for the opposing counsel, and one copy for you, but you should take originals as well of anything that you can bring in.
Assuming you are in Miami, here is a link to some information and the practice manual is a link on the left side of that page:
You probably don't have time to read all of it, but skim through it. Good luck.
,,i am also taking a few people which have none me for over the years i have been coming here which knows my situation, and told them to put together a testimony. can you advise how and in which way to represent my self in front of the judge please as that would get rid of sum nerves.
I already responded to that.
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