It sounds like you are coming on an I-130 and your spouse is adjusting to an LPR. An LPR can petitition for a child. A USC can petition for a child. Also, a USC can adopt a child and petition for a child. Also, you may want to look at rules for derivative beneficiaries on the USCIS website. Further analysis would require a consultation.
I'm adding to the answers above. Typically, you must apply for asylum within one year of entering the country.
Are you afraid of returning to Iraq. You need to explore why you are afraid because for asylum/witholding you have to be unable or unwilling to return to your home country because you have been persecuted there in the past or have a well-founded fear that you will be persecuted if you go back.
Are you a member of a group or class of persons. The reason you have been (or will be)...
You may still be dealing with this problem. If so, here's a general discussion of legal principles.
A no-contact order was issued by a Judge, and it resulted from a criminal case. You want the no contact order lifted.
The judge may lift the order early. You will want to consider what has changed since it was issued -- any treatment completed and reasons why you and the protected party are ready to be together again (for example, kids, marriage getting back on track, etc.)
This is a...
The most basic way to answer a question about search warrants is the following - A valid search warrant must be supported by probable cause, and a magistrate must sign the warrant unless there are exigent circumstances. Basically, there must be a connection between the place to be searched and/or items to be seized. The Judge's job is to determine if the warrant is supported by probable cause.
That's a very rough outline and I would advise you include more facts in your next request.
I agree with both previous answers. Hiring an attorney to handle a traffic ticket is always advisable.
It is extremely hard to predict insurance rates. So, I normally advise to spend the money now instead of later. Often times, the cost of a traffic attorney is outweighed by the amount your insurance may increase. Especially, if you get another ticket, or use rental cars frequently.
A close look at your finances and future car use is probably the best way to handle this ticket.
A traffic ticket can make your accident look differently to insurance adjusters. Your insurance rates could ultimately go up if you are considered at fault for the accident.
In terms of the traffic ticket itself, I would advise hiring an attorney. It sounds more complex than your average speeding ticket.
When you say held up, do you mean that she could miss her flight returning to the United States while you are waiting for necessary documentation? Is so, I have only have general advice.... which is sometimes USCIS does not run perfectly according to schedule, so it would be best to not book flights to close to the time that you expect your immigration matter to be complete
I agree with the above attorney's answer. You can petition for your husband and you will be in front of line for a visa (i.e. priority date)... but whether or not he can come includes a variety of circumstances including his criminal history. I would advise retaining a lawyer to determine if his plea can be vacated. Often times, older pleas can be vacated and/or refiled as a different crime which does not have immigration consequences. It would be best to retain someone who handles immigration...