Hello everyone! I was on vacation in California and I have some doubts regarding some events that happened during my stay related to drugs (marihuana). I would like to receive professional advice while finding a lawyer. As for the advice, I do not care if it is by Skype or by other telematic way... Read more »
What would be more helpful to any potential attorney in California is to tell us generally where this occurred. I am located in Oakland, in Northern California and could not really be of assistance in the Los Angeles Area as this is about 400 miles away.
Showing charge 1-alien inadmissibility under section 212, I was detained at the port of entry trying to pass the border with false passport, was finger printed pictured and let go, they did not tell me I was charged with anything serious so I am not sure what my charges are, my USCUS FIOA shows no... Read more »
INA section 212 is the grounds on inadmissibility. I would guess that your stop and detention at the border constitutes an expedited removal which is in the records of CBP, not USCIS. Furthermore, if you used a false document in order to try and gain entry into the US, you committed immigration...Read more »
So I'm petitioning for my mother to get her green card. The problem is that my father and her keep insisting on using people that aren't lawyers to save money. My father's divorce with his former wife, who he hadn't even seen in 30 years, took almost 2 years. Finally they took my advice and got a... Read more »
Sounds like your "notario" is working on an I-601A waiver. These are difficult to obtain and I agree that using an non-licensed amateur is risking a seriously adverse consequence if your mother is ordered deported and barred from any immigration benefit for 10 years.
when i was usa i filled the form I-539 for reinstatement the status and one and half year later my case was approved. and i lived the states in 2012. yesterday i applied for a visa and bur i m refused. the officer said that i live the satate with a voluntery departure. how can i show them that my... Read more »
Yes you can sell your personal property on line without offending your immigration status. However, you may have a duty to report this income to the IRS. Please consult with a tax specialist on what is required to remain in compliance with tax law.
Signed Unpublished) The orders revoking probation are affirmed. The matters are remanded to the trial court for resentencing consistent with this opinion. The petition for a writ of habeas corpus is summarily denied.
The only potential recourse you have available at this juncture is to seek protection under asylum law, withholding, or alternatively protection under CAT. However, you may not be eligible for release from custody and will have to fight your case in detention.
He was mentally and emotionally abusive. We are divorced now. He tried to get full custody of our kids using the excuse in not legally in the USA and that I could be deported at any time. We were married for 8 years.
The short answer is yes. But it would not be the store that files charges, it would be the District Attorney's Office in your local county that files the criminal complaint in the superior court after reviewing the police report.
It depends upon the form of the deportation order. If you had a hearing in front of an immigration judge and the court made a decision on any applications for relief you filed with the court, then yes, you have 30-days to file a notice of appeal to the BIA, or Board of Immigration Appeals....Read more »
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