Child modification of an existing parenting plan
Great question. Custody cases are decided on the best interest of the child. The fact that your ex-husband responded late is an issue for the judge to review. If you do not already have an attorney I strongly suggest that you hire an attorney or discuss this matter with your present attorney.See question
My legal aid attorney withdrew from the case after I explained while being forced to sign a mediated agreement on a case that I had to contest on my own without legal representation. My ex husband and best friend are still communicating of propert...
Great question. Your best bet will be to consult with an attorney as soon as possible. Also I am in agreement with the attorney that also answered this question. You need to stop posting the details of your case online and have a consultation as soon as possible. Best of luck to you.See question
It was a bad marriage after 4 months I caught him cheating on me and then it got very abusive I been trying to get a divorce for a long time now but haven't had the money to do so and I was very young 27 year's old and can't find him to get the di...
Thanks for your question. You do not need your husband's consent to divorce him. If you do not know where he resides and you cannot contact him the court will alllow you to divorce him without you having to serve him. You should immediately consult an attorney. If you have very limited funds you may want to contact Atlanta Legal Aid to see if they can assist you. Best of luck to you.See question
I am 31 years old, a Natural born citizen of the US and also a Kuwaiti citizen by descent from my parents. Currently I am in the process of completing my Masters degree. I have utilized the US passport on a few occasions for traveling however ...
Great question. In order to relinquish your US Citizenship simply follow the procedures as outlined for you by the U.S Embassy. The U.S Embassy has asked you to contact the IRS because there have been many cases of individuals who wish to relinquish their US Citizenship solely to escape paying their taxes. If you have not earned any income then you should have no issues. Best of luck to you.See question
Went for infopass to get stamp on passport never received my green card after condition removal in 2011 today I got it stamped but fingerprinted my index fingers both and photographed is that usual
Great question! I do not think you have anything to fear. Whenever Immigration takes your photograph and your fingerprints they are using this information to verify your identity and process your case. Best of luck to you.See question
I recently graduated with an advanced degree in the STEM field. I've interned and worked full-time with my current employer for some time under the OPT granted to international students. I've received the notice of approval for my H1-B status, whi...
Great question! Please note that you will need a new H-1B visa to work for a new employer. Second if you wish to work in a new field you may be able to do so provided that your current degree is a requirement for that job. Some degrees give you the ability to work in multiple fields. However, based on your question here there is no way to determine if you fall into this category. Your best bet is to identify the new job that you would like to have and consult with an attorney. Best of luck to you.See question
I came to the US on a J-1 visa in 2007. I applied for assylum which got denied, I appealed against it which got rejected as well. Then I married my girlfriend. My I-130 application got approved last year. I had previous order against me to leave t...
Thank you for your question. Based on your question you have a complicated case. I am assuming you are aware of this and this is why you hired Kuck Immigration to represent you. If you are currenly still being represented by Kuck Immigration my only response to you is to work with your current lawyer. If you would like to get a second opinion on your case so that you can hire a new attorney you should contact an attorney of your choice and schedule an office appointment. Trying to get a second opinion online on your complicated immigration case will not provide you with the detailed attention that you need. In addition, based on your posting trying to proceed on your case without an attorney will surely lead to further complications. I wish you the best of luck with your case.See question
He is a US citizen but he thinks if he gets married in Brazil if he were to get caught there would be no consequences is that true? Would he have a record or just get deported back to the US and that being the end of it?
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately I cannot provide you with information so that your friend can disregard the laws of whatever country he is in. Immigration laws have stringent consequences. My advice to your friend is to not commit any illegal acts that are contrary to the laws of the country.See question
I am a naturalized US citizen. I want to apply for my father and mother's green cards. My mother is currently in US on visit visa so I plan to apply I-130 for her and also apply for her change of status at the same time. My father, however, is in ...
Thank you for posting your questions. Based on your question you will definitely need to file separate petitions because these are two separate cases. In addition, once you file your cases there are certain advantages and disadvantages that will apply to your mother and your father. If you are not aware of all of the disadvantages you could unknowingly jeopardize your mother and father's case that could result in delay, denials, and possible deportation on your mother's case. Thankfully these issues can easily be avoided by speaking with an immigration attorney of your choice. I wish you the best of luck with your cases.See question
I responded to a REF sent to me subsequently on June 30 with the required documents. When should I expect to receive my work authorization? The wait is taking a toll on me. Is there anything I can do to expedite the process? Thank you very much.
Thank you for posting your question. Generally Immigration will not expedite their decision on your work petmit since they process cases on a first come first serve basis. Generally I would expect that you will receive an answer anywhere from 30-60 days from the date that Immigration received your response. While you are waiting you may call Immigration on their toll free customer service number or visit their website, www.uscis.gov, to see the latest update on your pending I-765. I wish you the best of luck.See question