answered on Feb 26, 2017
Immigration status does not affect whether or not two people can get married. The normal marriage requirements will still apply -- you can't be married to someone else, you have to be old enough to get married, etc. However, if the question you are asking is can the green card holder sponsor... Read more »
I didn't report the case but I still have a confession letter from him and pictures of my daughters face (by the way she is disabled). Can I file the renewal on my own? What documentation should I provide?
answered on Feb 22, 2017
When you file to remove conditions on your green card, you will have the opportunity to explain why you are no longer married to the spouse who sponsored you. However, be sure to hire a qualified immigration attorney to help you because this is a complicated legal argument to make.
answered on Feb 18, 2017
To be eligible for a U-Visa, you must have been the victim of certain types of crimes. These crimes are usually felonies. You also must have been cooperative with the police in investigating and prosecuting the crime. If the facts of your robbery meet these criteria, you may be eligible for a... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2017
It depends on your situation. For example, after you turn 18, if you are married to a US citizen or permanent resident, you may be able to apply for a green card through the consulate of your home country. However, you need to speak with an immigration attorney to determine what you may be... Read more »
She wasn't driving but underage
answered on Feb 15, 2017
If your daughter is facing criminal charges, it is always best to hire an attorney. Depending on her record and the level of the crime she was charged with, she may qualify for a public defender.
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