Richard Sternberg's answer She would be wise to consult a lawyer in Ghana before proceedings. May countries have at many times in history restricted the sale of gold, both to currency security and for fraud prevention. It is not at all unimaginable that Ghana retains such a legal structure. She might prefer to sell the gold in places like the US, were no guarantee is required. She is required to report any transaction(s) in gold with a value in excess of $10,000, including importing or exporting from the country. Once...
Shan Dimitris Potts' answer Which country are you from? Getting a green card through your brother comes under the category F4 (Family visa). Go to the visa bulletin and check what is the current priority date for your country and you will get an idea of how long it might take. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations and talk to an attorney to help you with this if you are not aware of visa bulletins and priority dates. All the best.
Sorry about the incident, you might be able to apply for a U visa if you meet certain requirements. However more facts and information is needed, you should immediately contact an immigration attorney as this could be a huge positive for you to get a green card through the U visa. All the best.
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