Hello,my name is Judith. Thank you for this opportunity to answer your questions.
I am a new expert in this thread but I have some bad news for you. I confirm that there is no way for you to find out whether your child's father is here legally or unlawfully. The immigration files of all individuals are protected by the privacy act and as the previous attorney said, only an employer using the e-verify system can get information regarding the persion's authorization to be employed lawfully.
There is no way for you to get this information, although, I do agree with your reasoning. Most likely, he is and always be a deadbeat and you probably won't see any support from him. Shameful.
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