answered on Oct 1, 2021
No, only the natural children, who are U.S. citizens, can petition their parents.
Assuming the petition of a parent can be approved by USCIS, the beneficiary can be barred from admission on an approved petition by the U.S. State Department or DHS, where their past or present conduct... Read more »
answered on Oct 1, 2021
No, the process will not go fast enough. There are too many restrictions in place.
The family petitioning process will not work due to highly restricted visa numbers. The U.S. has imposed Title 42 to bar foreign applicants to asylum. The Courts are finding such bars without factual... Read more »
There is a parenting plan in place that says the child cannot internationally travel without both parent's permission. The non-custodial parent recently gave up joint custody to move out of the country and wants the child to be able to travel to Europe. The custodial parent is aware of the... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2021
If your paperwork says both parents have to agree and one parent does not, then the child should not travel outside of the country
The bank is in Europe.
answered on Jan 30, 2021
You need to contact a lawyer in the country where the account is held for advice. With the paucity of information you give no one here can be of assistance.
My lawyer agreed on this without my knowledge
answered on Mar 6, 2019
Without knowing all the details to this case it's difficult to give you a response. I'm also not sure what your question is. You have an attorney, so you should probably speak with the attorney to find out what happened and why they agreed to something that you were not aware of. Start... Read more »
Basically a friend of mine 16(american) was talking to a guy in england, and had minor sexually lenient conversations, and apparently asked to send nudes by a 19(british) guy. She said no and was very creeped out, I confronted the guy and he said that the age of consent was 16 in England and there... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2018
Sixteen is the age of consent in Georgia too. That said, you should still address it with the police. Nothing will likely come of it, as he will not be arrested for anything unless he comes to Georgia, but there could be other crimes here.
Her father and I were not married and he's not in the picture. I currently have a child support case in process. His last known location was in NC, but they haven't been able to locate him nor do I have an address. He is on her birth certificate and she does have his last name. He's... Read more »
answered on Dec 22, 2016
If there is no legitimation, you have sole legal custody, and should be able to obtain a passport. You may want to bring a copy of the law to the passport office.
answered on Jul 27, 2016
You have 60 days to leave the U.S if you are not attending school, the same applies for changing school as well. If you would like a free consultation feel free to contact my office (323-803-7147).
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