They charged me with strangulation and assault but I didn’t do it, because i have an accent they say the body cam says I admitted to it( not true). They also said I had former charges that they pinned on me but the charges date back to the 90s when I was still a child in Jamaica. My public... Read more »
You should immediately contact an immigration lawyer from the JUSTIA directory or the American Immigration Lawyers Association directory. Pleading guilty to criminal offenses can have extremely serious results like deportation if you are not a US citizen. Even if you are a citizen a guilty plea can...Read more »
People are convicted of things they did not do all the time. The trier of fact decides what are "facts" and what are "lies". In municipal or family court that is a judge. In Criminal Indictable cases that is a jury. So even though you think this is something you haven't...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. These product-based actions are sometimes mutli-district cases with heavy dockets. If you have an attorney on the case already, they would know best, based on how far along the case has already progressed. But if the...Read more »
Married to a US citizen and approved I 130 however, I have been unable to get my case to reopen. Some lawyers have told me that legal entry would make my case more likely to be reopened if we argue that I have a legal entry and can adjust my status. However, others Have told me that I would get a... Read more »
If you have an outstanding order of removal and you leave the United States you will not be admitted when you try to return. If you have an approved I-130 you may be eligible for a waiver. Without a waiver I can not say how long you will be banned from the USA because I have no facts regarding your...Read more »
I've been in a relationship with a man from the United States who will visit me in Greece and intends to live with me. But the problem is that we're both men, and in my country, it's illegal to marry somebody of the same gender. Is there any possibility we may marry and I receive a... Read more »
A US citizen can sponsor you for a fiance visa and you can process at the US consulate in Greece. US recognizes same sex marriages. You should discuss your case in detail with counsel before taking any legal steps.
GOOD MORNING I have a problem and I don't know how to deal with it. I am from Tunisia (22 years old) I have a Tunisian sister who lives in Bastan. She has American citizenship, along with her children and husband My mother also has a ten-year visa. I want to go to work and live with them,... Read more »
I have a unique case under my belt. Perhaps you've worked with people in a similar situation before, but I'm an A2 visa holder (under my father's contract) and I'm looking to purchase an online E-commerce business that has gone for sale for $4 million. It's an extremely... Read more »
I am a citizen of USA and his 2 daughters, I need to have him here to help me with our daughters, especially our little one who has a medical condition, I have been struggling to get someone to help me with this
There are attorneys who will help with document preparation and charge for the time that they spend with the client. You can try to find an attorney at Justia.com or at AILA.org. There are also not for profit organizations that help with immigration forms (see:...Read more »
He wasn't showed up and he new that was the final hearing and now he filed a petition against the magistrate 's decision and even wrote to USCIS after my i-751 was approved without him involved and i got my green card can that change anything on my case please?
In Family Court, a party can file exceptions to a Magistrate's report within ten days after the report is signed by the magistrate. Then the exceptions are heard by the Judge and a transcript must be provided so the Judge can make a determination on whether or not the exceptions will be...Read more »
Hi. My spouse and me are former religious Asylees. Now need to file for N-400. We traveled twice to home country due to severe illnes of father and mother in law and they passed away. our stay were 30 and 40 days long.
We have reports of illness and some pictures of staying at safe place... Read more »
USCIS is asking to show how the degree is directly related to the job but we provided individual courses from my degree that I have used to perform my job duties with the initial petition. What else will be required to build a strong case to answer this RFE?
I am a recently naturalized US Citizen. My kids are eligible for derivative citizenship, but won't get their US passports in time before we are to travel to Canada. We have not applied for N-600 or passports for them. Can they travel using their still valid green cards, even though they have... Read more »
Depending on the method of travel your children may be admitted back into the USA with just their green cards but they should have a travel document(s) or passport. I assume you are flying. I suggest you check with the airlines.
Hi everyone please I’m about to submit my birth certificate on CEAC. My dad who is the petitioner has a change of name and has a affidavit from USCIS to support that. Currently the I bear the surname on the change of name documents
Should I attach my dad change of name to my birth... Read more »
My H-1B visa expires on 5th August 2021. Currently, I'm outside of the USA and planning to enter on 30th July 2021. Can I enter the USA with a one-week valid visa? Will there be any problem at the port of entry?
BP may very likely deny you entry into the United States. Normally you must have at least three months before your visa will expire. Secondly, if you only have a week left on your visa BP will presume that you are in violation of the terms of the visa.
I assume your husband is the immigrant. He can have the conditions of his LPR status removed on his own by filing a waiver of the joint filing requirement. He can request alimony in a dissolution proceeding and he can request the affidavit of support be enforced.
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