My Nephew is here on a visitor visa (almost 30 days now). He would like to start his masters in usa. We know the steps of this process. We would like to know if any legal agency deals with such a process or can take care of submitting documents to USCIS once we have I-20. As we wanna make sure... View More
For your nephew's F1 visa application process, it is indeed possible to engage a legal agency or an attorney to assist with submitting documents to USCIS. Many law firms and legal professionals offer services related to immigration and visa applications. They can ensure that all necessary...View More
In cases like yours, where a medical discharge occurs before the fulfillment of the enlistment contract, eligibility for the enlistment bonus can be complicated. Typically, enlistment bonuses are paid out for completion of certain terms of service, and a medical discharge might affect this....View More
Went threw a separation i left due to abuse in all natures by him and his family. The County i live in is know for its bias verdicts in all court finsings...The judge was so bias and favorable to my ex due to my family knows urs that i got yaken out the pasture so to say. Im an outsider to them.
In your situation, where you believe a judgment was influenced by ethical misconduct or bias, you might consider filing a motion for a new trial or a motion to set aside the judgment. These motions are typically used to challenge a judgment that may have been affected by unfair practices or errors....View More
My wife filed her 751 last year in September and then received the two year temp green card extension and then a four year extension. We were not expecting an interview/decision for two years or more. Then we had a surprise home visit in August, which found my wife had left weeks before and was... View More
The scheduling of an I-751 interview shortly after a surprise home visit by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can indeed be indicative of concerns or 'red flags' from their perspective, particularly in a situation where they discovered that your wife was not residing at...View More
In a situation like this, seeking legal assistance is crucial. Since the father has taken the child to another state, it's important to understand how the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) applies, as it governs custody issues across state lines.
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