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Joy A Anderson

Joy Anderson’s Answers

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  • My ex SAYS HE WILL REPORT ME TO IMMIGRATION

    so i got my conditional card and my ex ggirlfriend says she is gonna report me to immigration that my marriage to my current wife is a sham and she claims she has evidence which i dont know of any....she says am not living with my wife but i am ju...

    Joy’s Answer

    I f I understand you correctly, an ex-girlfriend is making false allegations that your marriage was a sham for you to acquire a green card and you are denying those allegations. If you are in a bona fide marriage and can prove it to USCIS, there is no need for you to be worried.

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  • Who can I/we turn to when CPS isn't helping?

    I have a family member who is currently going through the Columbia City In. court system to get joint custody of his son. The mother is the one who originally took the father to court to get child support. Mother and father have never been marri...

    Joy’s Answer

    Consult with an attorney. Are you alleging that the "collapse lung" is a result of child abuse?

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  • Should I file a restraining order/how does that affect a person's current job?

    My dad is a middle manager at a package shipping company. If I pursue a final restraining order against him, can that affect his job? He has used the legal system as a medium for abuse in the past (lying to the police claiming I'm suicidal when I'...

    Joy’s Answer

    More information needed. Consult with an attorney.

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  • How soon can my wife get her green card?

    I'm a permanent resident through sponsorship from my employers. My wife came to the US on a visitor's visa. Then she applied for asylum. We got married during her asylum process, which was closed by an immigration judge after her lawyer suggested ...

    Joy’s Answer

    I am assuming by "permanent residency" that you are referring to LPR status. Your wife is not eligible for adjustment of status in the US based on your LPR/Green Card Status. Consult with an Immigration Attorney to find out what are her available options.

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  • What would my husband and I do to prove that we have never sexually molested my son?

    My sons father is trying to say that my son has been sexually abused by my husband. But he never has. But the problem is that he has taken him into a doctor saying we have. I could use all the advice I can get. I don't think the dr. has found any ...

    Joy’s Answer

    I do not recommend expending money for a lawyer just based on your son's father having him evaluated by a doctor. If the doctor had concerns, he /she would have to report it immediately to law enforcement and DCPP/DYFS would be alerted. DCPP/DYFS would then conduct an emergency removal of your son from your custody. The fact that there was no emergency removal would suggest to me that there was no medical finding of sexual abuse. Anyway, if DCPP/DYFS or any Law Enforcement officer comes knocking, GET AN ATTORNEY.

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  • My girlfriend had a falls alligation against her for hitting her 4yr old son, dyfs said that it was a false claim.

    Now dfys checked my background and I do have a background for drugs, but I just completed 5yrs drug court and am clean, but they want me to go for a evaluation and urin. Can they actually do that, there open a whole new can of worms for something ...

    Joy’s Answer

    I represent parents in DCPP a.k.a DYFS cases. Each defendant is appointed an attorney by the State of New Jersey if you can't afford one. Consult with an attorney. This is not the forum to address allegations and other issues related to your DCPP/DYFS case.

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  • My future husband raised his soon to be ex-wife's children who are only 12 since birth - what are his rights to see them??

    She lets his family see them and pick them up but won't really communicate and allow him to see them when he wants to be a part of their lives.

    Joy’s Answer

    It depends on what you mean by "raised." What kind of relationship the children have with their biological father? Your soon to be husband ahould consult an attorney that specializes in child custody issues. He has to address his legal issues himself. You don't know all the facts so you can't seek legal advise for him.

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  • What is the implication for a book and release in regards to criminal case to someone who already been denied adjustment of stat

    if he is trying to reopen her immigration case?

    Joy’s Answer

    The question is not clear. Consult an attorney.

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  • How do I get back all/partial of the money I feel I am owed after my ex-fiancé abandoned our home we bought together?

    We bought the home 3 years ago together, both of us are on the deed and mortgage. She left 29 months ago and stopped paying on the mortgage or maintenance. I con't paying the mortgage (roughly $4000 a month, it includes taxes and insurance). I sti...

    Joy’s Answer

    Your attorney is in a better position to advise you because he/she has more information about this matter.

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  • Do not have money for legal service,how do I proceed?

    what can they do to me? and how to prevent if possible

    Joy’s Answer

    In criminal proceedings, a person who cannot afford an attorney will be appointed an attorney/Public Defender.

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