I want to get him legalized here in the US but he had a misdemeanor for a domestic violence issue that we had back in 2003 and was arrested, but it was dismissed from all charges upon completing a program proceeding DVDS Sentencing in 2004. He came to the U.S. back in Jan, 2002 and was stopped by immigration officers in Sonora for the night. The next day he entered and has never left the US, we have 4 children and I'm currently Unemployed. What can i do? Will the fact that I'm receiving Food Stamps effect as well?
I hear you and understand your plight. But you must understand that your husband's is a very, very complex case. It will never be resolved without the expert analysis and guidance of a reputable immigration attorney in your area. It is unfortunately not the Legal Aid Society or Catholic Charities which will be able to assit you with this. Still, I would try them and see what they have to suggest.
Your case is an extremely complex one. I strongly encourage you to contact an experienced immigration attorney. With additional information, an experienced immigration attorney can help you to figure out the best plan for your situation. It certainly would not hurt to contact a pro bono attorney or legal aid agency to see if they can assist you--however, do not be surprised if they are not able to assist you since your case is a difficult one. Also, you may need to work with both an immigration and criminal attorney. Although I understand you may not have substantial funds to pay an attorney to assist you, the cost of making the wrong move in your case could have substantial consequences. An experienced immigration attorney anywhere in the US would be able to assist you. Best of luck!
This is a tough case and, like Mr. Behar stated, you probably won't get free legal advice from any of the agencies in the Portland area ... but you can try. Start with Immigration Counseling Service ... they're in the book.
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