I agree with the answers that have been provided. Check to see If you were cited under the COLERAIN twp ordinance or state code as the two are differently. Most likely it was the colerain ordinance. I believe its avail online
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Generally speaking, the next step is for the alien relative to file a I-485 Adjustment of Status petition. However, you will want to consult an attorney to make sure you should proceed with that now. There are various questions I would want to ask you, especially, who is this for, is she/he in the country and if so, how did he/she enter the country to begin with. www.cassandrarodriguez.com Call me if you'd like a consultation.
Hit Skip which is a misdemeanor of the first degree punishable by up to a $1000 fine and 180 days of jail, Driving under Suspension which may be an unclassified misdemeanor punishable by a fine and community service or a misdemeanor of the first degree. I'm unclear from your post as to whether the driver gave false info to police, but that could also be a charge. If the sister is the owner of the vehicle, or if the sister wrongfully entrusted the driver with the car knowing her license was...
The fact that you co-sponsored your sis in law will not prejudice your parents. You will have to make enough money on your aff. of supp. to support the sis in law and parents (or you can just find a co-sponsor). I would need more info about your parents to see if you can fix their papers or not though. Feel free to contact me for a consultation! Cassandra
You definitely want to get someone experienced with 601a waivers! Not all immigration attorneys are the same or specialize in the same areas. This past october, I obtained my husband's residency through the 601a waiver process, so I know firsthand the process does work! And wow, is it an awesome feeling when it does! Regarding your situation, I would have some concerns and many questions about your case, 1. you are not married yet, 2. do either of you have kids? 3. do you have medical...
WHoo! There's a myriad of visas and statuses one can obtain. To specifically answer what your husband will be...If your husband is out of the US and is immigrating here the "normal" way, he's never been deported, never illegally entered the US, etc etc., You will need to obtain an approved I-130 for him. ONce that is accomplished he will apply for an immigrant visa at his foreign consulate. WHen he comes to the US he will be a legal permanent resident. If your husband is already here, on a...