I had a case in family court last year and because of that I am not sure how to answer a specific question in section 10 of N-400, can someone help me with that? I can have you talk to my attorney who represented me at family court. Please advise! Thanks
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I agree with Atty Segal. Contact an attorney directly and have them speak with your family law attorney.
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It depends on the exact petitions that were filed against you, if any. Bring the documents from the family court to an Immigration attorney.
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