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I'm a Norwegian citizen and a US resident from 1999 to 2013.
HiI'm a Norwegian citizen and a US resident from 1999 to 2013. I returned to Norway at that time with my American wife since my mom was rapidly worsening from Alzheimer's decease. She passed away on february 2015. By then, I had gotten a job in Norway and we had also gotten a baby. So we have continued to stay here, and will do so until we can afford to move back. I have 3 kids from my previous marriage still in the US that I pay child support for.I still have a valid green card. But I have not maintained my residency. I didn't fill out a re entry permit. I have also not filed taxes since 2013.In September this year we are going to the US to visit and I'm wondering what's the best way for me to travel. Should I travel on the Visa Waiver program on my Norwegian passport? Do I have to formally abandon my green card first in order to do this? How long does it usually take to surrender it. I will have to send it in by mail to Great Brittain.I know we will move back to the US at one point so surrendering my green card isn't something I take lightly...
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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 husband's mother and 17 year old sister are here a little
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?
I am married and have aa Form I-130 in progress and was
i am married and have aa Form I-130 in progress and was denied for insufficient documents supplied so have to appeal but my relationship has really diminished over the last six months and i havent lived with him for 18 months how would i be effected because i am now dating a military man and want to be with him
I have made a mistake coming in Miami filling in a visa
Hi ,I have made a mistake coming in Miami filling in a visa waiver while I had a green card I was therefore arrested and relished on parole , my card was confiscatedAnd I was told to wait for. A judge call me for a court date I waited over three month and then I had to live the country , I had therefore asked to sign out my green card so I could return as a tourist !I would like to have my green card returned as I have two daughters with American passport and two with green cards ,,my family is therefore actually living in Florida while I have to travel in and out often !What can I do to be returned my car Door?
Two (2) months ago, my fiance (Girlfriend) was caughtView more immigration law questions
Two (2) months ago, my fiance (Girlfriend) was caught entering the USA South border with-out inspection. She signed volunteer exit and was send back to Mexico between 3 days of detention. This was her second time trying and she was given 20 years bar/grounds of inadmissibility. I am a USA citizen, we love each other and are planing to get married.Is there any possibility of me being able to help my fiance immigrate permanently to the USA with me?