My brother is 41 years old, and he is married to a 16 year old girl. They have a son. My mother wants to claim him from Cuba with his wife and son, but she was told by a lawyer that he would go to prison for statutory rape the minute he enters the...
You should tell the lawyer to check F.S. 743. She clearly has had the disability of minority removed by marriage and she is now an adult for almost everything before the law.See question
My brother is 41 years old, and he is married to a 16 years old girl. They have a son. My mother is trying to claim all three from Cuba, but a lawyer told her that the minute he enters the US, he will go to jail for statutory rape. Is this true? A...
Even in Florida it is possible to marry a minor, so I doubt that he will face any criminal charges. She clearly has had the disability of minority removed by emancipation.See question
served 4 years i na state prision after went to a lwayewr an d asked t obe deported that was in 1992
Before 1996 you could apply for 212(c) relief even if it was a drug crime. My firm handled many 212(c) cases back in the day. However, jurisprudence (cases decided by the courts) regarding 212(c) subsequent to 1996 allowed those convicted before the AEDPA to apply for 212(c) waiver, even if it meant theat they could not become U.S. citizens. There may be something to be done in your case, but of course the final answer will depend on the specifics of your case. Contact an experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.See question
I have a $10,000 misdemeanor warrant in Miami for prostitution from 2010 and live in seattle.. I now have a modeling job in miami which requires me to fly in and out frequently (1st time being today) and want to get this put behind me. I would li...
It is unlikely that a judge will quash a warrant without your presence, however, it does not hurt to try. If you have very good reasons to be absent, there may be something to be done, especially since the charge is a misdemeanor. Contact a local attorney to get a quote, but I would this sooner rather than later because right now you are risking being taken in and then you lose your bargaining power, i.e. ypour freedom. Good luck.See question
How do we get married while he's there and is that the best w as y to go
Tlak to the lawyer. He is in the best position to answer your questions.See question
My fiancé is in jail now he is at metro west ICE already made their first visit, I'm a US citizen if I get married with him now will that stop the deportation process, if so how would I get married in jail and will I have contact visit in private ...
There is contradictory information in your question. First you say he is convicted but then you say they have no proof. Well, if he is convicted, proof or lack thereof becomes irrelevant. A conviction for armed robbery is an aggravated felony for immigration purposes and if he is not a citizen, he will be deported with no relief available to him. Marriage would not change that.See question
Hello all, I got married with a green card holder several months ago and she requested my as her husband (F2A). Our papers are ok and my PD is January 7th 2014. I want to move to USA ASAP and I was thinking of enrolling in an MBA until I ...
It is unlikely you will be granted either a student or tourist visa. Once you indicate your intention to immigrate to the U.S. it is a contradiction to request a non-immigrant visa. Ask your wife to become a U.S. citizen and update her petition.See question
Is it unconstitutional when the government indicts you and the arrest warrant was not signed by a judge?
I assure you the arrest warrant was signed by the judge, you just don't have a copy. But even if in the rare case it was not signed, it was almost certainly submitted to the judge for signature and as a result of a scrivener's error it was not signed; in that case, it can be easily corrected.See question
If my husband was deported about 7 years ago and then re-entered to the US, would there be any problems in submitting the I-130? Overall we've been together 4 yrs. But married for 2.
It would depend if his ban was of the 5 year or 10 year flavor. Clearly if it was the latter, it would be a huge problem as he not only violated immigration laws, but Federal criminal laws. This current administration has consistently charged people criminally for entering within the ban and I have seen people get up to 3 years in federal prison after being convicted. My advice is that before you file any papers, you consult with an experienced immigration attorney.See question
My father is his dad but he never claimed him he is registered as having another parent because his mother was married to him. It was an affair
There is a presumption that you are not related, DNA notwithstanding. To overcome that presumption is not easy. Contact a local immigration attorney for more specific guidance.See question