I was wondering how to get papers legal father of
Hi I was wondering how to get papers legal for the father of my 6 and 5 year oldJA: The Immigration Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No and I have no money to pay a lawyer but I need detailsJA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Immigration Lawyer can help you best. Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I am a married to him but we seperated a few years ago because we didn't get along to good and he ended up going back to Mexico and now he wants to come back to help me out with the childrenJA: Is there anything else important you think the Immigration Lawyer should know?Customer: To be honest I don't knowJA: 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.
Attn. immigration attorney I assumed missing person identity
attn. immigration attorneyI assumed missing person identity to obtain better jobs to support my family. Now Homeland is trying to deport me for false claim to citizenship, because that guy was us citizen. I never claim citizenship under my own name, can use for my defense, that assuming somebody else identity is not actually false claim to citizenship?
Please, in my immigration application,which I filled up in
Please, in my immigration application,which I filled up in April 2015 there was a question: have you ever been arrested? I had warrant on my name since August 2013, which I did not know about.However, I went to court and being sentenced in October 2015.I assume, that being arrested is when I was taken to custody on the first time September 2015. Or being arrested means,already, when they send warrant on my name. Question is: did I make false statement, in April 2015, when I marked, "no, I never been arrested"? Thank you for your time
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I am in an marriage. I am a black African (from Ghana) and my husband is a whi
I am in an interracial marriage. I am a black African (from Ghana) and my husband is a white American. Anytime we argue he resorts to painful racial slurs. I tried counseling, everything he won't stop. We have a two-year old son. My husband insults me in my son's presence. Can i sue him speech or emotional stress while still married?
My wife is a Mexican citizen living in Mexico, I am a US citizen
My wife is a Mexican citizen living in Mexico, I am a US citizen living in Philadelphia, PA. We were married in Mexico on 02/02/2012, submitted an I-130 petition which the USCIS accepted on 03/18/2012, and we are currently in the last stage of the immigration process before our interview is scheduled. I need to send an AOS to the NVC asap, and am dealing with a couple of issues regarding that. Issue #1, until recently, I have been late in filing taxes for the past two years. I have recently filed and paid for my 2011 taxes, and am about to file for 2012. Once my accountant completes my 2012 tax file, I plan to send a copy of that with my AOS. Unfortunately, there is no way that my package to NVC will be postdated before this year's tax deadline, April 15. I want to send my AOS as soon as possible, how is the best way to deal with this? Must I wait and complete my 2013 tax return? I have all my 1099s that show my income, I don't see why copies of those won't suffice.Issue #2, I am self employed musician. Which version of the I-864 Affidavit of Support do I submit?I have the necessary translated and notarized docs from my wife, passport biographies, birth cert, marriage cert. I am just not very good at figuring out this stuff, it has been okay until now, but the AOS is more difficult than the I-130 for me because of my complicated situation. I desperately wish to move this forward quickly, I need help, and I wish there was someone out there that I could give my information to, and have them help me quickly get my wife here to me! Is there anyone out there that can help?!
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I am an American born citizen
Immigration Visa Question:I am an American born citizen who married a South African man nearly 10 years ago. He recently received his American citizenship, but we are now interested in bringing his aging mother, his brother & his brother's wife & 2 young children over to the U.S.A. We know we can get his mother over fairly easily, but have heard that a sibling & family visa would take 10 - 12 years. Is there any other way to get them over here faster? Some of the other possibilities we have thought of are:1. We are self-employed business owners so we could create jobs for them2. South African whites are targets of racial violence & attacks so could we consider a refugee or asylum type of situation?3. Could the 7 year old girls come over for schooling or special training allowing their parents to accompany them & get jobs while here?4. Neither the brother or the wife have much specialized training, but the brother was an undercover agent with the South African Organized Crime unit for many years & his wife is certified in bovine artificial insemination.We would love to have our whole family together again & safe in a country with opportunities for all of us.
I have a pending petitioned I-13 for my brother and Mother
#1 - I have a pending petitioned for my brother (over 21 with family) I-130 petition file dated 02/24/2004 and my brother has no criminal records & no immigration problem at all.#2 - I have a pending petition also for my Mother I-130 petition file dated 10/07/2013 and my mother has no criminal records & no immigration problem at all.I would like to know if they are qualified for the Immigration relief Measures for Individuals Affected by Typhoon Haiyan my family are from Tacloban City and as of now they are still suffering from being homeless, without a secure shelter, without adequate food, water and medical supplies or care. I have been stressing out and worried about the situation of my family in Tacloban City. I wanted to expedite my petition for my brother and mother so they can join me here in United States. Do you think I can avail this humanitarian program? What are the necessary step I need to do to be able to expedite their petition.
My wife(Canadian) is on a green card right now and we have
My wife(Canadian) is on a green card right now and we have a baby that is a us citizen. I signed an affidavit for her to take our boy to Canada with a return date of November 10th. She is now partying like an animal going out with different men and it seems her little sister is dealing some kind of pharm stuff. I know all these things as we have a shared texting account. That she has probably forgotten that I can see.She doesn't respond to calls, emails or texts from me other than the text that she sent saying she is staying longer. This will be the 3rd time she has overstayed with our baby. Not to mention she has untreated disorders that she was diagnosed with. What is my first step in at least getting my baby back. This has complicated family law issues as well as I am certain that I was played in the very beginning by her getting pregnant 6 months after I met her. Oh and she was married when we got married. We got remarried so we could do the immigration stuff. HELP! Need first steps in baby not being returned by date affidavit states.Thanks
Im a British ex pat and my old landlord is chasing me for
I'm a British ex pat and my old landlord is chasing me for double rent. He has a UK CCJ that he obtained while I was in the United States going through my immigration process. After some time I agreed to pay a lesser sum to settle the debt in it's entirety as it was cheaper than fighting the CCJ while overseas. We agreed in an email the debt was settled. Since then my ex landlord has called back insisting he wants the rest of the money on the CCJ and if I don't pay it he will make me bankrupt in the UK.If I'm a US legal resident, how will bankruptcy in the UK affect me in the United States?
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