This is an immigration question, not international law; however, if he/she holds a green card they can do anything but vote! (My wife--a Canadienne--had a green card and she campaigned for me when I ran for county judge.
This is a forum that provides general information about U. S. Immigration law. I am unaware of anyone who practices Israel immigration and deportation. However, more information will be needed for an Israeli attorney can figure this out.
Where is your friend? Is your friend is now being...Read more »
They are U.S. citizens, born there. How would the process go, would they be able to choose what state they get deported to or to the state they were born in? Who would pay for the flight? What happens afterwards that?
What happens is subject to Israeli law and the agencies of their government that enforce it. Your guess is just about as good as mine, but I would suspect that they will be repatriate on a local airline and dropped off at the nearest arrival point for that airline in the U. S.
It is joint with rights of survivorship, we specifically wanted to have access to it regardless if one of us died. Now the bank has frozen the accounts after I innocently mentioned to them of her passing since i thought i was in my right. They are saying that there is no rights of survivorship in... Read more »
Can you travel internationally to places such as Canada or UAE if you completed court supervision for a Class A misdemeanor for speeding 35 MPH plus in the state of Illinois? My understanding is that upon completion of supervision it leads to a non conviction? Is this true and if not convicted are... Read more »
You may travel internationally, but I personally have seen U.S. citizens turned away from entering Canada for a variety of traffic and Criminal offenses regardless of the years past after that conviction, when they traveled by car.
The Supreme Court held that forum selection clauses are enforceable. The case involved a forum selection clause stipulating that litigation of disputes would be handled in the High Court of Justice in London for a towage contract to move an oil rig from Louisiana to Italy. The Court upheld the...Read more »
If you have completed a financial affidavit on behalf of the alien you are responsible for that person to a limited extent.: USCIS.gov/I-864 and USCIS.gov/I-134 is where you can find the forms and an explanation of your responsibility if you sponsor someone.
I have just arrived at the airport to leave USA after a 90 day tourist visit on an ESTA visa waiver program. I was due to leave for 4 days to allow my visit time to renew and then return to the states to finish my trip for another 2 months. But I have arrived at the airport and lost my passport!! I... Read more »
I bought a kitten about a week ago and took it to the vet after long trying to make an appointment and it turns out that the kitten is sick it has an ear infection, juvenile gingivitis and stomach problems even though the seller told me that the kitten is completely healthy and was recently vetted... Read more »
It's a question whether breach of contract has occurred and whether there is misrepresentation that you relied on to enter into the contract. If there is misrepresentation that you relied on, you can ask for the seller to pay the fee. If he does not, you can bring a lawsuit in small claim court.
They could be required to follow both. This is a complex question and could require consulting with attorneys in both jurisdictions. If it comes to issues such as real estate leases, employment law, environmental compliance, those could likely be governed by the laws of Canada, unless otherwise...Read more »
I'm not sure why the labels for this question include government contracts and international law, but, if this is an accident that occurred at work in Florida and is not a Federal Agency, if you were injured on the job, in almost all circumstances, your only choice is workers'...Read more »
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 »
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 »
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