I have a kid from my x gf , who we broke up after I knew she is pregnant , one day she called me askd me to help to make a passport for the baby so they can go back home , she called me after that and told me the kid jst passed away , now after co...
Yes, the question asks for all children that you have. Even ones that have passed away. It is a tough subject that you will have to speak about, and it is terribly sad, but do not misrepresent the situation.See question
He's in Tj has been for 12 years I'm an American citizen we got married in Tj 2 months ago he was married over here twice his deportation has been up for 7 or 8 years do we have. Good chance of getting him back over here do we have a case worth sp...
It really is fact specific. Without knowing why he was removed, and what the circumstances were of his case, it is impossible to say with any certainty. My suggestion is to go to a local attorney, have that person review his paperwork, and they should be able to give you an answer after reviewing the specific facts of his case.See question
I was arrested 7 months ago for depositing a check and withdrawing the funds for a friend- the amount was $7699.00 This was done from my account. I was bailed out and had one court appearance (arraignment) and hadn't heard anything from my Lawyer,...
Basically, the system says that within a certain period of time, the government has to send your case to the Grand Jury for presentment for possible indictment. If there comes a time where the period has lapsed, the case has to be dismissed but without prejudice. This means that the Prosecutor can present the case later to the Grand Jury and then secure and indictment. Bottom line - your case is not over at this point, and you may receive a new notice in the future that you have to appear again. When that happens, though, the case will have already been indicted, and you will certainly need an attorney to represent you immediately, because the case will be already moving toward the trial docket.See question
Scholl bus was on another side of the 4 line street and has pedestrian divider ( zebra ) in the meddle of the street. Police office said that school bus had stop sign. Bus was far for me to see and it was out of my line of side. I went to court ...
NJ will transfer two points over to your license. That is all that can transfer.
What your insurance company will do is a completely different story. It will depend on what company you have, what your driving record was like previously, and other issues.See question
I am us citizen and I applied for my mother. Their were some error regarding my maiden name and the name after my marriage. First they denied the case and stat that they are two person.i Call the customer office then They said you can appeal, and...
These type of appeals can take months to years to resolve. If you have received a transfer of office notice, it means they are sending it to an office that can make a faster decision for you. Look at that letter, determine what office the case is now at, and then go to the USCIS website and look up current processing times for appeals there. That should give you a ballpark figure on time to wait.See question
I have now been asked to send in my full petition and I-29 form. Does anybody have any idea as to why?
Most likely because they want to ensure that you actually qualify for the visa you are requesting, and without that petition, they cannot determine that.See question
I was on a J1 status as a student in Illinois, I left the US on 30th of May 2015. Now, I applied to a university and I want to renter the US again. which type of visa should I apply for, is it a F-1 or a J-1
If you were on a J-1 and you had a two year residence requirement, failure to stay out for two years would trigger the provisions. Without filing a waiver of the two year requirement, which is possible, you likely would not be able to enter. You would need to seek a waiver through a no-objection letter and the filing of proper paperwork. It all depends on your situation. Have an attorney review it and see if there is a way you can avoid the issues.See question
hello. I am a nurse in NJ. My husband and I got in a fight and long story short his mom called the cops. My husband did not want to press any charges and neither did I. Still I got arrested released the same night got a lawyer went to court and t...
In my experience, and my discussions with individuals who must apply before State licensing boards, I always tell them to be as honest as possible on the applications. The nursing board seems to already know about it, so they will always know about it. After the expungement, you need to see how the question is asked by the board - sometimes it will tell you that even if it has been expunged, it is still required to disclose as strange as that may sound. Most of my clients in these situations, I have advised them that it is best to be as detailed as you can, to the point of disclosing more and having the board simply say "we don't care" as opposed to not saying enough and the board thinks you are trying to hide something. It is a difficult situation, but if you do what you can, and have a lawyer, if you wish, look at the renewal application, they can give you their best answer at that time.See question
or does it take longer to get a green card from my mum(us citizen) if im divorced? or its the same as unmarried children? Thank you
A divorced individual is not married anymore, so they are considered unmarried for USCIS/DOS purposes.See question