You should retain counsel that will handle the case from start to finish. Some of us represent clients for a very affordable flat fee, with no hidden costs. Counsel in any state can represent clients in any other state and all over the world pursuant to federal immigration law.
Yes, if you have been assaulted On a business premises, then you can file suit against the business owner and manager based upon a theory of security negligence. Discussed your case in private with counsel here in Florida for possible contingency fee representation, which means you don’t pay...Read more »
Pursuant to federal law, an immigration lawyer licensed in any state, can represent a client in any other state, and all over the world for that matter. The best approach would be to pick up the phone and call various lawyers to get the fees that you are comfortable with. Some of us charge a very...Read more »
I called the police after my ex husband strangled me. By the time the police came, he had left. She took down the details and told me she would file a report and a detective would be in contact with me.
It’s been a few days and I haven’t heard anything. Will an arrest be made? Will... Read more »
Yes, the wheels of justice grind slowly but I am sure that a report will be processed, and an arrest will most likely be made. If you don’t hear anything after a week, then call the officer that took the report to get a status update.
I am a US citizen living in the US and my fiancée is a Mexican citizen living in Mexico. We would like to start the process for attaining a K-1 visa. However, my fiancée currently has a tourist visa application in process. Do we need to wait for the tourist visa process to complete before... Read more »
OK so the Two different applications involve two different sets of intent. One involves the intent to reside permanently, while the other involves the intent to reside temporarily. If She wishes to immigrate permanently, then she should petition for a fiancée visa and process at the US consulate...Read more »
OK so if you have physically met your girlfriend, and she is living in Mexico, she can be sponsored by you for a fiancée visa and process her K visa at the US consulate in Mexico. A foreign national living in a country that is not native to his or her passport or birth, can still seek permission...Read more »
I'm a new graduate , green card holder with a decent job now and planning to bring my wife in US. Last year my total income was around $8000 but this year it is around $50000. IRS ask 21k per year for family of 2. Can I submit my document will only the last tax year or will I need to add both... Read more »
You should submit as much financial proof of your situation as possible, in order to avoid having to get a joint sponsor. This would include a letter from your employer, showing your rate of pay, your job title, and that your employment will likely continue into the for seeable future. You should...Read more »
Yes if you are a US citizen over the age of 21, you can sponsor your mother for her green card. She should process at the US consulate in Mexico and I strongly recommend you retain counsel to handle the case from start to finish. Some of us charge a very affordable flat fee to handle a case from...Read more »
The US department of state will recognize as valid any marriage in the world as long as that marriage, where performed, is recognized as valid. Your fiancé can select the consulate that she wants to process her visa at, but the government will have the final say so as to whether the consulate...Read more »
I am a US Citizen planning on petitioning for my foreign wife. A third-party source I read said to include copy of foreign spouse birth certificate when filing the I-130 petition but I can’t find that information anywhere on the official gov website or forms. It seems foreign birth certificates... Read more »
So if you go to the US CIS website, you can find that there is a document called “instructions for the I 130 form.” You have to read those instructions, and it will explain exactly what supporting documentation you must provide when submitting the I 130.
2 men accused me of taking money in a video that an internet show broadcast, but it is a lie and I have the evidence to prove that it is a lie, I already asked the show to remove the video but they refuse to do so and I They have affected a lot, they are in Los Angeles and I in Birmingham. 1 of... Read more »
Yes, as a private citizen, you would have to prove negligence on the part of the media defendant in order to recover damages. Since they accused you of committing a crime or at least it appears that way, more evidence and facts would be needed but if that’s the case, then you don’t have to...Read more »
A US citizen adult child can sponsor their parent for a green card. You are required to file a financial affidavit to show that you have sufficient income to be their financial sponsor. If your income is insufficient, then you will have to engage a joint financial sponsor. A joint financial sponsor...Read more »
bringing him here in the USA. In Wisconsin, you can't marry again not until after 6 months from the date of divorce. My question is can I file my I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance now of do I have to wait after six months to file the petition?
It takes roughly 7 to 8 months in order for the K-1 visa to be approved after it’s filed, and then it takes at least three months before the interview at the overseas consulate is scheduled. Based On the above timeframe, there will be at least six months to transpires from the time that your...Read more »
Yes if you are a US citizen, and you marry somebody that entered the United States with permission, which it appears to be the case, then you can sponsor him for his green card and he can adjust status here and does not have to return home to obtain that. Now there’s a 90 day rule, which...Read more »
If the person entered the country legally, which it appears to be the case, and they get married to a US citizen, then the US citizen can sponsor them for a green card, despite that they overstayed their visa, and they do not have to return home to process that green card.
Formal letter sent to adjustor 30 days ago, she has not provided information requested.
If a lawyer filed suit, and the insurer lawyer is not able to present the insured. Would a default judgement occur? And would the insurer be responsible because they didnt respond to the letter? Within... Read more »
So keep in mind that many lawyers in the state of Florida do not file lawsuit. Lawsuits require real work and deadlines and confrontation with opposing counsel, and spending money out of pocket to fight the case in court. Most lawyers choose to just try to attempt to settle the case with the...Read more »
As the other attorneys have stated, if he has a child over the age of 21, and the parents entered the country with permission, then they can be sponsored by their adult child for green cards. In order to make the process go smoothly and without complications, I suggest you retain counsel to...Read more »
Call the French embassy in Washington DC or Minneapolis Minnesota if there is one in Minneapolis, and start the process there. The staff employees at the consulate can tell you in about five minutes whether or not you qualify for French citizenship. I wish you the best of luck
Justia Ask a Lawyer is a forum for consumers to get answers to basic legal questions. Any information sent through Justia Ask a Lawyer is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis only.
The use of this website to ask questions or receive answers does not create an attorney–client relationship between you and Justia, or between you and any attorney who receives your information or responds to your questions, nor is it intended to create such a relationship. Additionally, no responses on this forum constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case. You should not act upon information provided in Justia Ask a Lawyer without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction. Justia assumes no responsibility to any person who relies on information contained on or received through this site and disclaims all liability in respect to such information.
Justia cannot guarantee that the information on this website (including any legal information provided by an attorney through this service) is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. While we intend to make every attempt to keep the information on this site current, the owners of and contributors to this site make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this site.