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Ok...I have a family member currently residing in the United
Hi thereJA: Hello. How can we be of help?Customer: Ok...I have a family member currently residing in the United States and has subsequently overstayed. He is wanting to return back home here in the Uk as he is a British citizen. But has unfortunately acquired a motoring offence. What would he need to do or what will be done if he voluntarily handed himself in as on overstayed.JA: OK. The Immigration Lawyer will need to help you with this.Customer: How can this be arrangedJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No ,not as yet...as I was hoping to get details of a us based organisationJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Other that his health has detoriated.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Immigration Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I'm a uk citizen living in the uk. However I have an
I'm a uk citizen living in the uk. However I have an outstanding Canada ride arrest warrent and would be arrested if I entered Canada for sure.However I need to travel to the US for business and not sure if entering the US they may then stop me at the border, arrest me and call the Canadian authorities. The warrant is for a none terrorist or related activity, but rather for an alleged sexual asult charge that was reported to uk authorities but they dismissed it as a complete fabrication. However I know via a lawyer the Canadians still want to "question me" and if this type of information is shared with the US border authority?
By written request,I asked lawyer XY if there is an open
By written request,I asked lawyer XY if there is an open case on my name. His written answer was, that there is no open case on my name. 14 months later I was sent to jail, kept in the jail for 15 days, for an open warrant issued 2 years ago and later extradited to the state, where the warrant were issued. All together: I have loss 2 months of work (loss $7.200), was not able to complete my my exam at my graduate school and had to repeat the class (loss $2.450), paying of for extradition fee (loss $2.200). If I knew about my open warrant, I could save those expenses. So, I asked lawyer XY, why he gave me false information and also if he can write letter of apology, as a proof to my employer as well as to immigration (Im have open immigration case right now) that I did not know about open warrant. Lawyer XY, replays, that it is not his fault, because he acquired those information from clerk of that county (he has no written evidence of that statement) and refused to write letter of apology. What pressure I can make to lawyer XY to write this letter of apology? Can I possibly take him to court, for giving me false information, which cost me additionally $11.850 out of my pocket?? Thank you for your time. I appreciate it.
My uncle "XXXX XXXXXX" is a fugitive from
My uncle "XXXX XXXXXX" is a fugitive from justice for bank fraud and has filed bankruptcy.He has fled the country (USA) and is sitting at our common house in home country. He has give us lots of trouble so we want to find out what are the legal ways to deal with this situation here.Below are the questions we have and I can provide needed information if you think you can help with these questions.-Based on current court evaluation and hearing what are his chances of return?-What loop holes if any can he use to return back to the country?-What are the implications of his crime?-How long does he have to stay out of the country?-Does India - USA have some treaty where we can get him to return ?-What are the charges once he returns?-How do we find out the status of his intentions or case filed?-He is harassing my parents back home can that help in getting him sent back here?-How can we get him back to the states to serve his time?
I am an Indian national presently on a work permit visa in
I am an Indian national presently on a work permit visa in the UK. In 2014, a company applied for my H1b and I was subsequently selected in the lottery. I approached the US embassy in London this May (2015) for stamping and the visa was stamped in my passportafter a lengthy 221g (administrative processing). When I received the stamped passport back, inside the envelope was a print-out stating that I was sentenced (in absentia) to 7 months for a cheque bounce related to the certain debts I left behind in the UAE.The sentencing took place 2 months before I applied for stamping, so I was ignorant of this matter. My queries are: 1. why was the print out inside the envelope? Was it an accident? 2. Why was I issued a visa in spite of the DoS knowing that I was wanted forserving a sentence for cheque bounce? The visa is annotated "Clearance received (date)" 3.Is this a ploy to extradite me at the Point of Entry (in the US) back to UAE for the cheque bounce case? or Are cases related to cheque bounce not considered as a reasonto deny stamping as far as the US is concerned? I also have reason to believe that I may be the recipient of a red corner notice as a result of this conviction (in UAE). The UAE is known to jail people for check bounce offenses (and issue red corner notices)If I stay put and solve the matter, will the United Kingdom (where i am presently) extradite me / repatriate me if they come to be aware of this conviction?. I am in touch with lawyers in the UAE to help in regard to the case in UAE. Meanwhile, any light thatyou can shed on the situation will help immensely. Please help.
I left the UAE in 2011 with debt which remains unpaid. In
I left the UAE in 2011 with debt which remains unpaid. In 2013, a company applied for my H1b and I was subsequently selected in the lottery and the visa was stamped in my passport after a lengthy 221g. When I received the stamped passport back, inside the envelope was a print-out stating that I was sentenced (in absentia) to 7 months for a cheque bounce related to the said debts in UAE. The sentencing took place 2 months before I applied for stamping, so I was ignorant of this matter. My query is why was the print out inside the envelope? Why was I issued a visa inspite of the DoS knowing that I was wanted for serving a sentence for cheque bounce? Is this a ploy to extradite me at the Point of Entry back to UAE for the cheque bounce case?or Are cases related to cheque bounce not considered as a reason to deny stamping as far as the US is concerned?
My husband, permanent resident,(green card through marriageView more immigration law questions
My husband, permanent resident,(green card through marriage to me)father of my child(u.s.citizen) lost his job and has missed child support payment to his other child (From old girlfriend)who is not a U.S. citizen and lives in another country-Argentina. There is no way to modify his support because the court will not let him reduce his payments at this time. Tried everything, but now mother of boy was able to have the court there issued arrest warrant in Argentina for my husband. We are trying to find the money to settle, but if we cannot, Can my husband be deported foror extradited back to his country? he have not applied for Citizenship but we have ben married and living together in U.S. for almost eight years now.