You can only file a visa petition for your brother once you become a US citizen. You most likely would do that through a process called Naturalization. You will have to have your permanent resident card for nearly five years to file Naturalization. Even then the process for getting an immigrant visa for a brother or sister can take many years. Decades in some cases. He should keep entering the DV lottery as long as it exists - that would be a faster way here if he wins. Good luck!
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Well, it may depend on the nature of allegations. Your parent(s) or guardian might be involved in order to keep your track or contact as and when needed. As a minor you are supposed to live with either of your parent under his/her care, etc. You may face a question as to whether did you take into confidence either of your caretaker?
If your allegations are worth cognizable, police may register your complaint, initiate investigation and may inquire from the alleged perpetrator in...
Amy C. Connolly's answer You would file a new parenting plan, that can be found on the court's website. You would need to outline the new routine schedule you have agreed upon. The court should approve the agreement and you will receive a copy of the new parenting plan once it is approved.
Amy C. Connolly's answer You can file an ex parte motion to temporarily prevent parenting time with the mother so long as you can show that your son will suffer irreparable harm or injury if the relief requested is not granted. You would file this motion by going to the family court where your parenting plan was issued. Best of luck.
Carl Shusterman's answer Very possibly. However, only your visa is revoked. You will still remain in F-1 student status, but you will not be able to travel abroad unless and until you obtain a green card.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer You can make any agreement you want to make, as long it is legal. make sure you hire an attorney to handle the transaction and file the proper documents in the registry of deeds.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Sufficient details are missing in order to render a specific advice. Hence, please elaborate : how long you have been living as tenant to the current LL? Do you have a lease agreement? If so, there will be terms that govern eviction or termination of contract and she is bound by that. Or otherwise, LL has to formally deliver you a written notice to vacate the premises stating certain cause of actions, etc., which is always subject to challenge / recourse in the court of your jurisdiction....
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer This is a landlord/tenant question not a civil rights question, only the government can violate your civil rights. There are not enough facts to indicate the type of Lease or rental agreement you have, but in order to force an eviction, it has to be done through the courts. make sure you have been served properly and the rules for service and rules for a proper eviction are done correctly. The laws of the state (RSA) protect both parties fairly equally, but tenants do have rights. Best to hire...
Timothy Denison's answer Sure. Send them a letter putting them on notice of when and where to get the truck. If they haven’t responded in a year and a half, they’re not going to. Give them 30 days and keep a copy of your letter as proof. After they don’t respond, do with it as you will.
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