Q: When a veteran is disabled and need help from some body who live in other country. What steps He has to do? Maritza .
My husband and I are disabled and live along in the house, He uses a walker and me a wheelchair, have been very difficult because we don't have family close and some times one of us falls at dawn in the night and we have to tried to help our self take long time but we do.
A: This is not my practice area, neither I am in New Mexico. But you should reach out to the New Mexico Aging and Long Term Services Department. https://www.nmaging.state.nm.us/our-services.aspx
A: It will likely take more time than you envision, so it may prove best to avoid. You may find it easier and more cost effective to hire someone who is a U.S. citizens, permanent resident, or who has employment authorization that can be renewed.
As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent, ethical, and experienced immigration attorney who can explain the current challenges, but research whether the candidate can somehow avoid a process known as labor certification.
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