he does not have any other id to show for us to get a marriage license ,what can we do ? , we have already plan our wedding a week from now . he had a student visa that expired
I don't think you can get married without showing a valid ID in Ohio. Why is his ID being held by ice is he incarcerated? Is he in removal proceedings? I would think if you spoke to the deportation officer in charge of his case you may be able to arrange something in order to get the marriage license. I know of attorneys who have helped couples get married when one is incarcerated or in ice detention.See question
When i went to court the ICE came for me they took me in had to bond out . I'm still waiting for my court date with the ICE.will i be deported?
Pick an Avvo attorney who does deportation defense. One of us can help you sort out your options.See question
i just need help getting my boyfriend who is soon to be my husbend back in the united states .? Can anyone help me ??
Give one of us AVVO immigration lawyers a call! I'm sure one of us would be happy to help. We all have contact information on the website and you can use the lawyer finder to pick the perfect one for you.See question
My wife have a pending asylum case and she will see the judge next week, I am actually a green card holder, already filed I 130 for her, And I am waiting to take my oath of allegiance to become citizen. I get the receipt of the I 130 but no d...
You should at least be able to get a continuance I would think. Call up one of us Avvo lawyers to help you make sure everything goes just fine!See question
It was for unlawful presence in the U.S. we have a one year old a baby in the way. I need to go to a neurologist I have a cyst. My son had pertussis when he was 15 days old.
There is no "appeal". But there are waivers that you can use to bring him back. For example the i 601 hardship waiver is used to wave illegal presence in the United States The I 212 waiver is used if someone was deported before. Waiver work is very complex and not all immigration attorneys do it. Make sure you pick one with a proven track record to help your husband come back home as quickly as possible. I wish you , your husband and your family the very best of luck!!See question
Is the date of the arrest relevant?
Lying to immigration about your criminal history can only lead to very bad consequences. Sometimes you have to tell the truth even when it hurts.See question
I came here in 2006 with my children and got married. My husband said that we would be able to go back to my country once his father was better (triple heart bypass). He filed I-130 and it was approved but he has never filed any other paperwork fo...
You cannot pursue residency through your marriage without his cooperation. I'd want to know more details about how you got here , the extent of your husbands manipulative behavior etc. there may be another way to help you.See question
I am attempting to obtain a green for my wife. Before we met, she had been in the US, and worked in her own name. This occurred more than ten years ago, and she received a 6ci stamp in her passport. We are currently almost two years into...
In one word , yes. Take care to choose an attorney who has done successful waivers previously. You can use the Avvo finder to select one. I wish you and your spouse the best of luck on your journey to getting residency!See question
I had hernia surgery almost 3 years ago. After that surgery I have had a chronic wound that wouldn't close. For almost 3 years I have had to go back once a week to a wound center. I have endured a lot of financial emotional and physical problems o...
I am so sorry to hear that you went through all of this. It does sound like you may have of the claim. You will want to look up one of us avvo lawyers that is in Ohio . I wish for your speedy recovery.See question
I don't have insurance and was issued a citation to appear in court in Kentucky will I loose my drivers license in ohio
If it is reported to the ohio BMV, and it should be, for a first time not having financial responsibility they suspend you for 90 days. An Ohio attorney can request driving privileges for you in the jurisdiction where you live. I don't know if that's hamilton county or not. Use the lawyer Finder to get a local attorney.See question