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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Help with getting out of a agreement

Hello, recently I got in touch with a immigration lawyer to help file the K-1 Visa for my fiancée, I signed the agreement of a 200 per month for year of his services and paid the initial fee before representation which was 750 dollars., I haven’t filled the k-1 visa info or sent it back.... Read more »

Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Sep 20, 2019

It could depend on the language of the contract that you entered into with your attorney. I would suggest speaking with the attorney first, to see if you can come to some type of agreement on a refund or partial refund.

2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Does ICE need a warrant to enter my business premises?
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Feb 9, 2018

Whether ICE can enter your business, and what they can take depends on the exact situation. More information would be needed for an attorney to answer this question.

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Oregon on
Q: My husband was deported, need to file for waiver 601. How can i prove hardship? and be successful to get it approved

My husband was deported in 2015 and got the 10 year bar and has 2 DUIS. Im a US Citizen and we are now married.

I know we will have to file I-212 as well as I-601 , I know I have to prove hardship but if the only thing I can prove is probably a mental health problem would that be enough to... Read more »

Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Oct 27, 2016

Without knowing more about your individual situation there is not enough information to determine whether or not you have enough hardship for a waiver to be approved. Waivers are extremely complex and difficult. I would strongly suggest working with an immigration attorney to prepare the waiver.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for South Carolina on
Q: Can I file for a fiance k1 visa in the us if my Filipino fiance was married.

She does not have a non marriage cenomar but does have her deceased husbands death certificate.

Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Oct 26, 2016

There is not enough info here to determine whether or not you can file for a financee visa for her. However, a death certificate is enough to show that her past marriage was terminated.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: It is advisable to file an appeal on the I-130 and I-485 or make a fresh application?
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Oct 26, 2016

It really depends on what the reason for the denial was and if the reason can be cured in a new application. You should have an attorney review your denial notice to advise you on the best course of action.

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Immigration Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: is it easier to apply for a K1 or get married abroad then apply for a K3?

Fiance lives in the Cayman Islands. I'm a US citizen.

Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.
Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq. answered on Oct 19, 2016

Neither is easier than the other. Both take about the same amount of time for completion. The difference is that if your fiance comes on a K-1 visa your fiance must still apply for a green card after you get married.

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