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I am a UK Citzen, In June 2015 I had a brief 3 hour stay in
I am a UK Citzen, In June 2015 I had a brief 3 hour stay in a hospital in Los Angeles for a Urine infection, no huge tests were done, just a urine sample and an IV fluid hydration (completely unnecessary I should add). Admittedly, after advice from the Nurse saying there is nothing they can do to enforce the payment, I gave them very limited information. I have been receiving paper bills stating I owe them a (discounted) 12,000 dollars. An incredible amount for the limited things that took place in the hospital. I feel like I am being swindled quite a bit and admittedly, if there isn't a way to force me to pay, I am reluctant to do so as I would be spending all the money I have ever saved. The issue now is in the fact I am getting married to a US citizen in December and we plan to live out there. Obviously, if my name was then tainted and I wasn't able to live there, that would be awful. I am in a panic and feel very frustrated at the medical system in place out there and livid at myself for not having the foresight to get insurance. Any advice would be so much appreciated. I don't want to be a bad person and have to live under the radar because of getting ill but I am on a very low wage and very lost on how to go about this. I sent an email just yesterday disputing the fee.
My fiancé will be traveling to the US in August and we will
My fiancé will be traveling to the US in August and we will be married in september. I've been researching the legality of this and it seems as though it may not be the right thing to do. Is this really a bad thing?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No, not at allJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: My fiancé is planning to stay as we will apply for his green card right after we are married.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: I am a U.S. born citizen. And we have a green card application that we have to send in immediately after we are married. This was told by the USCIS agent we spoke with.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.
FN with USC wife was denied I-601A based on FBI record
FOR JAMES: FN with USC wife was denied I-601A based on FBI record noting assault conviction. I obtained ROP and judgment on conviction, which was for simple assault with no family violence, 6 month max sentence (he received a 90 day suspended sentence). So it appears this conviction should be subject to petty offense exception.But his records also contain a 1996 Class C misdemeanor conviction (he was over 18) with 90 day maximum sentence (he did no time).So if I now have 2 petty offenses to deal with -- Assuming neither is a CIMT -- under the new Reason to Believe guidelines , if FN files a second I-601A application, would it still be denied based on his having two crimes in his criminal history, or would I at least have a chance to explain them as petty offenses?Thanks! (and apologies for convoluted question)
I came to the US in 2012 with a F1 Visa, I got Married with
Hi, My name is***** came to the US in 2012 with a F1 Visa, I got Married with a US Citizen on August 2013. I recently received my second permanent resident card that is valid for 10 years. I wonder when can I apply for the US citizenship and how can I apply for my family in Brazil to get a permanent card to live here in the US. Is that true that I can pass on my green card to someone else? I have a brother that is older than 21, how can I help him? My family consist on my mom, stepdad and 7 year old sister.
My parents case was transferred to Casablanca US embassy and
Hello My parents case was transferred to Casablanca US embassy and they want me to have them interviewed @ Tunis Embassy , but I dont know how to do that ?I found this on Casablanca website :Case Transfer RequestShould you wish to transfer your case to another U.S. immigrant visa processing unit, please contact that diplomatic post directly. You may find another U.S. Embassy or Consulate at this website: www.usembassy.gov. These posts have sole discretion on accepting cases above their assigned work load. If a post accepts your transfer request, they will contact us directly to effect the electronic and physical transfer of your file.
My husband's mother and 17 year old sister are here a littleView more immigration law questions
Hello,My husband's mother and 17 year old sister are here a little past 3 months, they came in with a visa waiver from Chile. My husband has an appt. to become a Citizen on July 21st 2016. Can he fill out I130 and I485 for the mother and then once she gets the GC can she file for her daughter? Are they cosidered to be here legally? Or do they have to leave?