My husband was given property through a trust that his uncle
My husband was given property through a trust that his uncle made with him. The uncle was still married to an illegal alien that was deported by the fedeal government for overstaying a visitors visa and marrying without the proper visa. My husband would like to sue the county because they allowed this marriage even though there website states that you muse have a social security card to marry. They were married for eight months brefore his death he wanted to divorce her but couldn't because of his health. Is it possible to sue the county for allowing this marriage which caused my husband to lose this trust.
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Me and my husband both are seniors and Canadian passport
Me and my husband both are seniors and Canadian passport holders. we are living in Canada for last 45 years. We have our house and assets etc. all in Canada. Our son who is a USA citizen has filed sponsorship I130 in May. However, we are flying to NY via Toronto on 28 June and coming back 4th of July. I am told as long as I carry my paper to show ties with Canada we would be fine. we are going there for conference held in Medicine Square Garden. Do you thin k we would have any problem. My e-mail address is***@******.***
I am a card holder from Brazil. In July I celebrated my
Hi, my name is***** am a Green card holder from Brazil. In July I celebrated my wedding 2 years after I got married so my grandfather came to visit me from Brazil under a Visitors Visa (B1). However in August 30th he suffered a main heart attack and has been at the hospital with severe brain damage since then, vegetating pretty much. We have been trying to raise money to send him to Brazil but meanwhile the hospital has been pressuring me to take him to my house. I told them that he doesnt live here, his home is in Brazil but the Social worker said "his home is wherever you are". I told her I have no money to hire somebody or cannot quit my job to take care of him. Can they legally discharge him to my house without my consent? If not, what can they do legally since he will require long term care (probably for the rest of his life, which could take months or years)? Thank you!
A married female friend, US green card holder exited US 5
A married female friend, US green card holder exited US 5 years ago. During this period her husband and his brother and the wife had a civil case under the jurisdiction of the NY State Justice, and had a judgement on said civil case, a fine for her of $300,000. and for her husband $1 million. Her connection to the 3 aside from the marriage was 1 of the business cards the investigators got hold of still had her name under her husband's name printed on it.Needless to say they don't have the resources. She needs/wants to come to the US for a family emergency now, went to their country's embassy, was issued a visitor's visa but she had to surrender her green card. What are the problems she maybe faced with on US entry/exit in regards ***** ***** civil case? Can she be detained/imprisoned? Will it matter if she enters thru another state, not NY? Thank you, ***** ***** West Orange,NJ
I have a green card. Am sick hurt my back on the job, dont
I have a green card. Am sick hurt my back on the job, don't have family here. How can I get a visa for my niece to come to America to take care of me while am sick. Right now I can't walk, can't drive can't do anything for myself, don't have friends who can help either.
I am a Canadian citizen who used t have a resident alien card.
I am a Canadian citizen who used t have a resident alien card. As a result I still have my Social Security number and am eligible for the "TN Visa" for Canadian and Mexican qualified professionals. I have a Bachelors in Economics, and along with a job offer, could apply for said visa. Also worth noting, is that my mother lives in Florida full time and is eligible for naturalisation.In the absence of finding a job in my field, I would like to know if I can simply move myself, wife and 2 kids to Florida to be near my mother. Here are related questions to this possible move:1-If we were to buy a house in FLA and pay municipal taxes, would we be considered residents (while still not being citizens)?2-If so, as residents, would my children be eligible to go to the local public high school? Private HS? Also, would children be eligible for in state tuition rates in college while we lived in FLA?3-Again, if residents, what types of health care coverage would we be eligible for? Under the Affordable Care Act? Are children covered in FLA? Or would we need private insurance whilst looking for work?4-If my wife were to work remotely from Florida for a Canadian company as a consultant, where would she have to file her taxes? Assuming pay wired to FLA. Also, would there be any limitations and or difficulties in her returning to Canada for work every month for a few days? Please not that we are NEXUS members. 5-If we were to move down with all our processions, would there be any difficulties at the border?
My mother is a foreign national without a social security #,
My mother is a foreign national without a social security #, but is married to my father who is a US citizen. His primary residence is here in the US (Phoenix, AZ) and her primary residence is in Germany. While she was in the country on a visitors Visa she became sick and had to be hospitalized. My father thought she was covered by Medicare A due to an old military document that said so, but Medicare declined the claim due to not having a social security number. My mother now has a $120,000 medical bill that we have negotiated down to 50% (so $60k) with the hospital. Is my father liable for these medical bills since they are still married and this is a community property state even though she doesn't maintain a primary residence here? What hope does the hospital have in recovering these bills from my mother or my father? Thanks for your help.
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My name is Susan
My Partner (Jerry) and I have been together
My name is SusanMy Partner (Jerry) and I have been together for 16 years not officially married.We have a daughter together that's the age of 13. We lived in California for the first 6 yearsthen we went to XXXXX for a year on visitors Visas. The remaining years we have been living in Hawaii. Jerry has sold all his property in California and New Zealand and Just has the custom home we designed built in Hawaii. The home is worth 1.1 million that includes 3 acres of land it sits on. This home in Hawaii he bought with his money although we had a joint Hawaiian bank account as of a few weeks ago. He has not worked in 16 years. He is living off his trust account. His other assets are 60k in Silver some of that is in his possession. He also owns two cars.and $400k in a Schwab account .. I believe that account is a California account.He just sold is last piece of property in California that was a 8unit Apartment bldg.in Southern California.. thats where the 400K came from He also invested 90K in a Colorado Company 3years ago..That Company hasn'tproduced much but has grand potential due to the "Marijuana" laws in favor ofLegalization recently. I was the beneficiary on his trust for years ..that may have changed recently.My daughter and I moved out of our family home (in Hawaii) last May.Jerry NOT providing any financial support for his daughter living expenses.and tells me he is not going to give me any type of settlement/PalimonyI know that Jerry files Taxes in California for many years now and even though we are not officially married he has been claiming Me on his taxes as a dependent ??? aw well as his daughter. All these years of filing in California and Claiming me may be to my advantage???Jerry pays property taxes in Hawaii only.Thank You for your responseSusanXXX-XXX-XXXX
Hi. My girlfriend is from Peru and we want to marry and bring
Hi. My girlfriend is from Peru and we want to marry and bring her 7 year old daughter here. The daughter was denied a visitors visa today. My girlfriend has custody of her daughter in the divorce decree. How long do we have to wait to bring the daughter here and if we marry can my girlfriend travel freely back and forth between the US and Peru?