My nephews and brother in Colombia are asking me how is my financial situation, how much is my retirement pension, etc. I don't know if I am going to be treated fairly. The attorney is a personal friend of my nephew.
What action should I take? Pls give me your advice.
We are doing our own version of a court trial both prosecuting and defending different groups of people that were responsible for the holocaust. My group is in charge of defending the SS soldiers that carried out Hitler's orders without question. For our research and to help us present our case we... Read more »
I was in England for a while with my aunt as a student, I decided to accompany her to instabul for an operation. There she kicked me out without any money in an unknown country. I had to find a way to get home. So I took a direct flight to my home country Texas. I’ve contacted her regarding my... Read more »
I was arrested for possession of THC edibles in Sierra Blanca Texas. The charges were dropped and dismissed since the edibles weren't mine; The arrest constitutes to a felony. How would this affect me in renewing my student visa, applying for a different visa or re-entrying the US ?
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Certainly they do though if you were injured because of another person you might have a US claim. If its on a cruise that's a whole different set of jurisprudence and I'd start by getting a free consult from a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn.
I came to the U.S. in 2005 as a 6 year old with my grandfather. I passed both checkpoints, undocumented, with approval from the officers that checked us. The officers just asked what my relationship to my grandfather was and once my grandfather answered I'm his granddaughter they let us through. A... Read more »
This is a question for a family lawyer and/or international law attorney familiar with the prenuptial agreement. It is not an immigration question. Your agreement should be reviewed in private for an accurate analysis of your situation.
If you're in TX, you'll likely need a TX license. Check with a TX lawyer to verify.
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