To prove that she can support her studies here and that she still keeps it and will pay them back as soon as she gets her green card. Thats why she was looking for someone to get married to for paper purposes only
You cannot "file a case against someone" because it is only the federal government that can initiate an action against someone for immigration fraud. This of a criminal offense, you can report a crime, but only the district attorney can actually file a criminal complaint against someone.
This is an often confusing area for everyone, including attorneys and court staff. Essentially, the EAD clock begins to run once your asylum application is properly filed either with the immigration court or the asylum office if filed affirmatively. The EAD clock stops counting if the applicant or...Read more »
the situation is and I’ve been charged with financial Elder abuse I have also been charged with GTA for driving my grandpa’s truck is it always have as well as a restraining order against me the underlying issue however is I have a cousin who is threatened by myself and my children were in we... Read more »
It depends upon what you mean by "fighting a case." In every criminal action, law enforcement has engaged in activities that ultimately resulted in the arrest of a defendant. The defendant then offers a defense to the charges in criminal court.
I have a public defender . She calls me the day of my court date and tells me that the court is closed due to covid so no one is allowed in the court house . She left me a voice mail stating this loud and clear and repeated her self twice . she would notify me when the court re opened ,in the mean... Read more »
Your public defender has a supervisor. Contact the office and ask for the supervisor and explain what happened to you. Most PD offices have a good working relations with the court and perhaps your issue can be solved.
My boyfriend got a ride to sacramento from a friends girlfriend that he had never met before to go to his physical therapy appt. On the way back they got pulled over and the dog found 10 oz of meth and some heroin in a spot in the girls engine compartment. My boy friend was nothing but cooperative... Read more »
I would assume that your boyfriend was represented in the criminal court by an attorney. He would have consulted with his attorney before accepting any plea, or negotiated disposition. I would suggest that your boyfriend discuss this with his lawyer and if there is a good faith reason to withdraw...Read more »
I got my 10 year green card on November 28, 2020 and my spouse got physically violent earlier December for which he was arrested. He wants a divorce now. By law in NY the divorce would be no fault and cause would be irretrievably broken for 6 months(from August 2020 if divorce gets filed in January... Read more »
I'm originally from Ukraine and been living in California for past 3 years. I'm enrolled in college right now and planning to transfer but I'm still not sure is this is what I can do for the rest of my life (being a lawyer) and my fear is to take a loan for university and for the law... Read more »
I would suggest working for a lawyer, or law office, as an assistant first, to get exposure and some experience in the legal profession to see first hand if the work is something you would enjoy doing. If you cannot obtain a paid position, then you could always ask to work as an unpaid intern to...Read more »
My wife and I applied for I-130 and I-485 concurrently about 6 months ago. She is on F1 status and will be graduating in Spring 2020. I-130 has been approved so we are currently wait for I 485 approval.
Due to the current administration and corona virus delays we do not know... Read more »
If your fiancé was convicted after trial, or after a guilty plea, then he has as a matter of right the ability to file an appeal within 60-days of the date of judgment. If he cannot afford an attorney, he will have an attorney appointed at no cost.
This is inflammatory information of reports that were not charged, used only as to show MO and admitted without any rebuttal or proper defense. Later overturned. Now, application for "Pardon is pending" at Justice Dept. 37 years with no further criminal charge what so ever. It... Read more »
Our office uses many expert witnesses in our legal practice. The fee would depend upon what in fact the expert is asked to do. Most of our experts work on a flat fee basis for the specific task requested.
My dad is 56 years old, has lived in the US since he was 17, he does not pay taxes, he has 6 children (only 1 under the age of 18), his wife (my mother) is a resident. He is the sole provider for the family (All other siblings live with the parents while they go to school) including my mom who has... Read more »
Not possible to answer your question without more information. There are many grounds of inadmissibility and entering the US without permission is merely one. There are criminal bars to admission and the public charge ground to admission. My suggestion would be for your father to consult with an...Read more »
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