I've been under persistent, but not constant, long term surveillance by the police. They seem to be monitoring my travel habits specifically. I'm not aware of being involved in any unlawful activity. It makes me nervous, i might be charged/arrested for something ( what i don't know)... Read more »
It is very prudent to discuss your potential exposure to ANY prospective criminal charges BEFORE they appear with an experienced defense counsel in confidence without any delay. Here is why: your immediate personal conduct, statements and actions may play a critical part in either getting you...Read more »
our small town corruption is all over this town the police are bias to me and my family to a point they do not help us and crimes commited against us are either flipped or completely ignored all together like a home invasion was committed at my home i had it on video and the police caught them in... Read more »
Arraignment is just a formal procedure to present criminal charges on the record in court requiring the defendant to verbally plea. (State on the record whether the defendant pleas guilty or not guilty, essentially).
Naturally, all other collateral aspects of the...Read more »
Was pulled over for exposed licence plate light however working then searched and arrested for possession of less than 5 grams of meth can I fight the reason of being pulled over to make it an iligal search and seazure
The police has a legitimate probable cause to stop the vehicle with non compliant license plate. Furthermore, the police does not need a search warrant for a traffic stop search with a subsequently developed articulable reasonable suspicion or probable cause.
I became a US citizen through my father. He was a green card holder, went through the naturalization process, and became a US citizen (2002). Consequently, I became a US citizen as well when I was around 12 years old. (Circa 2004)
I never lived long-term in the USA just for a couple of... Read more »
You pretty much made your own choices: you did establish a domicile in China, did not keep close ties to the US, and did not reside in the U.S. for the required five years to qualify the child to become a USC.
However, if you travel to the US as a USC and give birth to the baby girl here...Read more »
There are several legal issues that directly affect you in the areas of immigration and family law. In order to properly understand your legal strategy regarding your present spouse I recommend immediately consulting an experienced immigration attorney without any delay as you need to gather legal...Read more »
My wife entered the US on a K1 visa. We were married shortly afterwards. She was granted a green card. We were unaware that the initial green card expires after 2 years. She's live with me in the US since 2013. We have a family. I'd like for her to be a permanent resident and be on the... Read more »
The initial LPR card obtained as a result of adjusting a status based on a bona fide marriage of a US citizen states its term of validity on is front. Thus, by operation of law, her LPR status is deemed expired as its requirement to remove the condition was never filed within 90 days prior to its...Read more »
I have not completed any documents and was released very quickly from a detention center. They said this appointment is to determine if I am eligible to apply for asylum but the document with the appointment does not specify this. The information on the document is very vague.
During an N-400 interview you may legally change your first and last name to anything you like, however, take notice that you would need to ensure that all your prior legal documents are in conformance with your selected legal name.
Kindly, I am on a Skilled Worker Visa working for an employer in the UK. I would like to check if there are any restrictions on working remotely for my employer as a temporary basis from outside the UK.
When my wife (with a US green card) eventually returns with my son (Who is a US citizen) to America, can I prevent her from taking him back to the Philippines and keeping him there against my will again?
You need to contact the closest U.S. Consular Visa Section to verify your LPR status and issue you a travel permit to return to the United States and then file I-90 to replace the lost federal document.
Good morning, I wanted to know if it is possible for someone waiting for their initial US green card to visit Canada from US with the I-155 stamp on their foreign passport. Do Canadian officers create problems? Thanks.
We are family of 4, two babies aged 8 month and girl aged 3 years. My husband is 31 and I'm 24. We curently live in Croatia and own our own company here. Right now we are working on our plans to move to California. In San Jose, CA, we have alot of friends. They are ready to file... Read more »
I have to wait a few more years before I can be naturalized, how can I travel outside of the USA for vacation purposes for a few days(NOT TO MY BIRTH COUNTRY) without a passport, since I can’t get an American passport or an Iranian passport?
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