My brother was arrested for DWI in early January. He was a
My brother was arrested for DWI in early January. He was a student from China and have OPT status. At that time, he was transferred to immigration jail from county jail . After processing his information, he was released by ICE without being asked for bond. They must realized that he had a valid OPT status and only arrested for DWI, so they released him back then. My brother hired a criminal attorney to handle his DWI case a few months ago. He was required to install a breathlyzer in his car. This morning when he appeared at the court, the judge found that he had one violation (he failed to breath the breathalyzer). Instead of revoking the bond, he was ordered to serve 48 hour in the county jail starting from tomorrow morning. My question: what is the likelihood that he would be transferred to immigration jail by iCE this time? i don't think they would since they had released him last time and they should have a record that he had a valid OPT status. He has a current OPT status right now but expiring in June. He will need to renew through his current employer.
FOR GUILLERMO: Joseph, a former LPR, remained outside the
FOR GUILLERMO: Joseph, a former LPR, remained outside the USA for several years and attempted to re-enter in 2004. He was given deferred inspection and the IJ ordered him removed, citing that Joseph had abandoned his LPR status. Joseph appealed and his appeal was dismissed in 2007. However, Joseph was successfully granted TPS because of the Haitian earthquake crisis, and has successfully renewed his TPS and EAD three times. His current TPS status ends in July, 2017 and he proposes to apply for TPS again. Joseph is married to his USC wife.QUESTION: If Joseph is not in violation of the deport order because he's been granted TPS, may his USC wife petition for him to adjust status?QUESTION: Since Joseph is in the USA lawfully, is Joseph eligible for provisional waiver notwithstanding the deport order?
I am a business owner and I have a man that wants a job,
I am a business owner and I have a man that wants a job, Mexican, he has a social and md drivers license, 2 year tax returns, has been here for 14 years, he informed me at first he had a green card, after giving him W4 tax form he states he hasn't had a green card for 12 years. My question is how hard or is there a way for him to get his card renewed after such a long expiration period?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NomamJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Thru further investigation he has a driving record but his social does not show up, he also has a FBI number so he has had a felony of some sort in his past.
I am going through a divorce and my husband has threatened
I am going through a divorce and my husband has threatened to take my kids to California and I need to know if he's illegal. He has his own business, ss#, driver's license, but he has mentioned before that he isn't able to go to Mexico because they won't let him come back and he can't vote. I saw his green card before and his picture was when he was about 10 yo. And now He's 41 He's never mentioned going to immigration office since I've been with him for the past 20 years. How can I find out his immigration status?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No, I can't afford a lawyerJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: We have a mediation Date on June 9th and I want to find out before then and definitely if he's planning to take off with my kids
I have a question related to immigration, CA, No, No
I have a question related to immigrationJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: CAJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
My aunty got arrested and kept in immigration jail in after
Hi my aunty got arrested and kept in immigration jail in Virginia after she asked a lawyer to file a political asylum. Her lawyer has no idea why is she even arrested because she is going through legal process to apply. After the incident happen, she spoke to an immigration officer in jail, and she rejected deportation. This is the second time she is applying for political asylum, the first time she got rejected by the judge. What's the process to bail her out of the jail and how long does it take. If we were to send her back to her country, we would like to get her out of jail first. How can we achieve that? Your help is appreciated
I'm an international undergraduate student. My friends and I
I'm an international undergraduate student. My friends and I were caught with Marijuana possession (small amount) in April 2014. The case is still open as I am trying to prove that the drugs were not mine (no conviction). Long story short, I traveled abroad and need to get a new F-1 to go back. My quest is how much would this history would negatively affect my application? I know that controlled substances are grounds for inadmissibility, so is it very difficult or outright impossible? How can I improve my chances?finally, we were detained then released, does that count as arrest? In other words would I need to disclose this in my application?