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Ilir Kavaja

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  • How could this have happened and how do I resolve this

    I am being falsely accused of having inappropriate contact with a minor. the child in is my nephew, you told my brother his father that I had exposed myself to him multiple times and that he had at one point touched my genitals.

    Ilir’s Answer

    You ask: How could this have happened. The simple answer is that someone made a report with those specific allegations that are now being investigated.
    You ask: How do I resolve this. Unfortunately, there's no "resolving" this, simply due to the nature of the allegations. The best thing you can do is not to say anything about this to anyone and hire an attorney ASAP.

    Good luck,

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  • Should I be concerned about getting a DUI and how long do they have to file etc? How do I read the codes on the report?

    I was in a car accident 5 days ago where i was injured pretty significantly. I was less than a quarter mile from my home when it happened. I hit a bump/frost heave that made my car jump. The car swerved and i was having a hard time regaining contr...

    Ilir’s Answer

    Likely nothing will come of it. If, however, police suspect an oui, they will then charge you and let things play out in court. By law, the state has six years to charge you.

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  • My question is what will happen when he is release will he be held by ICE or will he be with us until his new court date?

    My father was sentenced to 2 years his time will be up October but he's been working and doing good so fingers crossed he'll be out in May. Due to him being sent to jail he missed his immigration hearing, judge sent a deportation notice. The judge...

    Ilir’s Answer

    Likely he will be transferred (paperwork only) into ICE custody. Also likely he will remain in the same place he is now. If there is a possibility of bond, then he, or his attorney will be able to argue it. Make sure he has an attorney to watch out for his best interest in his Immigration case.

    Good Luck.

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  • Whats the best and reliable way to proceed my case?

    Am seeking Asylum here in US and got married later on ,My spouse who is US citizen submitted form I-130 for me while my case is pending. Its still in process and when i track the form I-130 receipt# it says "Case was received at my local office".....

    Ilir’s Answer

    You really need an attorney for this in order to file the motion to continue and then terminate the proper way. You can attempt to do it on your own, however, given the technical requirements in Immigration Court and the complexity of the law itself, hiring a local attorney to handle your matter is the way to go. You can contact any of us here on Avvo, or use the "find a lawyer" tool.

    Good Luck.

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  • Can you give some suggestions on how I should approach green card application? Would appreciate any help and advice

    I am a PhD in biology now working as an associate at a top tier venture capital firm, focusing on early stage biotech/medical investment analysis and portfolio management. I have also worked as hedge fund analyst then a management consultant, and...

    Ilir’s Answer

    Your question is comex and requires some in depth analysis and further research. Unfortunately, Avvo is not a suitable place to get tje answers you seek. Consider consulting with an attorney in person to receive the tailored advice you need and seek.

    Best of luck

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  • How to adjust an expired F1 visa if recently married to a US citizen?

    I am a citizen born in the US and married my girlfriend just a week ago. We have a 2 year old daughter together born in Boston. My wife is currently a college student but her student visa expired before I could apply for a via status adjustment. B...

    Ilir’s Answer

    File both immediately and simultaneously. Assuming no further complications, and no waivers needed, your wife's overstay will be forgiven due to you being a US citizen.

    If you have any doubts in the process, spend a little to consult with an attorney in private and review the specific facts of your case.

    Good luck

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  • I am filling out a license application and one of the questions is: Have you ever admitted to or been convicted of a felony or m

    Filling out a license application, and I have a legal question.

    Ilir’s Answer

    If you were found guilty by a judge or a jury, or if you plead guilty, then the answer is yes. In the state of Massachusetts, if you admit to sufficient facts, but the judge does not find you guilty, instead continuing your case (CWOF), and you successfully complete the probationary period, that is not a conviction.

    If you were ever arrested and/or appeared in front of a judge, you should get a certified copy of the docket in your case and then review it either on your own, or with an attorney.

    Good Luck.

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  • Should I pursue a lawsuit against a 22 year old female that hit my car while drunk driving and uninsured?

    9/26/15 - 22 yr old female hits my car while parked in my drive way. She fled the scene and hit 5 other cars close by. Got the police report on 9/28/2015 and the notes showed she was driving intoxicated and hit 5 cars and 1 of those cars hit ano...

    Ilir’s Answer

    You could sue her in civil court. However, unless you do it on your own (which may prove a difficult task), you will have to pay for an attorney.

    I agree with Attorney Lewin that you should get in touch with the DA's office and speak with a Victim/Witness Advocate.

    Good Luck.

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  • Waiting a child increase my son probability to get a tourist visa while he waits the residence?

    Hi, My son is waiting for the priority date to get a residence. He is in F2B category. He lives in Colombia but he wants to visit me, He is 24 and his tourist visa was denied the last time he tried, more than a year ago because he didn't have an s...

    Ilir’s Answer

    If his spouse plans to appeal it, then he will need an attorney well versed in US Immigration law that is admitted to at least one Jurisdiction within the United States. In Gist, he and his spouse need a US Attorney.

    Best of luck.

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  • Can a make a CWOF plea in Massachusetts without an attorney?

    This is my first offense OUI. I have no other criminal history. I make just enough money so that I apparently do not qualify for a court appointed attorney, but I do not make enough money for a private one... I have been reading about a "continua...

    Ilir’s Answer

    You can, but you will have to read up on amd fully understand the roghts you are giving up. A COWF is still an admission, amd it will be so for purposes of RMV and any possible future OUI charges. Moreover, by not having an attorney assist you, you are likely missing valid defenses and ways to fight it. If you want to go through with it, sign a waiver and talk to the prosecutor. Then ask the judge to review the plea sheet.

    Good luck.

    good luck

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