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Elena Nickolaievna Lougovskaia

Elena Lougovskaia’s Answers

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  • Civil case or small claims

    i helped get someone a loan in my name... they di sign a paper we wrote up which they signed with 2 witnesses agreeing to pay it back.. i never recieved more then one payment.. i have the bank statmenst where the payments were taken out everymonth...

    Elena’s Answer

    You should not cut your losses. You can file a claim in a municipal court for your municipality, which typically has a cut-off of $15,000. .

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  • Military spouse applying for adjustment of status, immigration law

    If military wife's husband deployed out of US more than a year,then does she /spouse /can to apply naturalzation of citizenship? is anyone know about this please give me some advice.

    Elena’s Answer

    Your husband's deployment, in and of itself, does not make you eligible for U.S. citizenship. Citizenship is usually available to spouses, children or parents of a U.S. citizen military personnel who have died while on active duty. However, you are eligible to apply for naturalization 3 years after you have acquired your permanent residence if you remain married. If your husband is a U.S. citizen, I assume you are probably already a permanent resident. If your husband is not a U.S. citizen, you need to have him naturalize as soon as possible. Every military installation has a point of contact that can assist him in the naturalization process. Let me know if you have any other questions, I would be happy to answer them.

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  • Immigration, I400 issue

    I was denied approval on USCIS form I400 based on a juvenile offense, which I was told at the time was sealed and would remain so if i complete a year of probation with suspended sentence. I was 16 at the time, I am 34 now and a Army Vet. with a ...

    Elena’s Answer

    I have to concur with Mr. Webber. Even if the record was sealed, it still had to be disclosed, and failure to do so will probably result in a denial of any attempt to appeal.

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