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Short answer is no, you do not comply with the age requirements.See question
My fiance has a non jury trial date coming up and subpoenas only went out to the police officers not the victims can they still proceed? What can we expect to happen at this trial for an armed robbery charge?
Non-jury trial on an armed robbery charge? WOW. This person is facing a minimum of 34.5 months in prison if convicted and a maximum of 30 years. Regarding your question, it is possible for the prosecution to present a case without the testimony of the victims, however, as mentioned before, your attorney will know how to defend this case better than anyone here.See question
We arrived last july 2013 into the U.S. I,m an european foreign national , my wife is cuban national with european passport, and our daughters have european union passport only.We are marrried since long time. Next july will be one year from ...
The answer is simple. One year and one day after you entered the U.S. and stayed uninterruptedly.See question
how do I get charges dismissed the company is licensed and I was a driver I was not in the hotel with the escort I was called by the agency and told to go into the hotel and pick her up then I was arrested
Although I understand that you'd want to know how to defend yourself, I think your best option is to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Your case is not unique, but as mentioned by a colleague, it is very defensible. It is unfortunate that you got charged, now don't make a second mistake and go at it without proper professional representation. Good luck.See question
You will be arrested. However, you could make things easier for you and hire an attorney who will handle your surrender and release on bond before you attempt to enter the U.S. Otherwise, you will sit in jail for a long time as I'm sure there is an Affidavit of Violation of Probation waiting for you and you will not receive bond automatically. Good luck.See question
My boyfriend and I are planning to get married so he can give me the green card so we can finally love together. Here's the thing... My boyfriend has been arrested 2 times. He's an American citizen born and raised in the states. I was wondering ...
If it was a felony conviction, he will need to restore his civil rights, if it is a sexually motivated conviction and he is a registered sex offender, there will be restrictions on who he can petition for. You should consult with an Immigration attorney who has knowledge of criminal laws.See question
We submitted biometrics on May, 1 - I received advance parole in 3 weeks - but my kids, 4 and 8 years, still under reviewing process... The case was filed on March, 21. How long to wait for them to receive it and why its separate... Can we travel...
You received it rather quickly; unless you filed it on an emergency basis, the processing time is normal for the kids. If you still have questions, you could request an info pass.See question
WE CAN TRAVEL ON VISA WAIVER PROGRAM BUT I PREFER A B2 VISA BEFORE PURCHASING PROPERTY IN FLORIDA AS I MAY WANT TO STAY LONGER THAN 90 DAYS. I AM 65, OWN 2 HOUSES IN SWEDEN AND HAVE 3 KIDS. A S A CHILD I LIVED IN THE U.S. AS AN ALIEN BETWEEN AGE 5...
I guess you have to make a cost/benefit analysis and then decide if it is worth risking being denied a B2, since as has been previously answered, you will lose your ESTA permit if you are denied a visa. On the other hand, with ESTA you can only stay 90 days in the States and you cannot even get an extension. All these things you should take into consideration to make an informed decision. The fact that you were an LPR at some point could be grounds to believe you intend to immigrate to the States. Good luck.See question
My BF was stopped when returning from a trip abroad due to a felony committed 10 years ago. He had a withhold of adjudication and completed a program for a crime of moral turpitude. After being detained at the airport he was given a scheduled date...
You need to see an experienced immigration attorney immediately. Your boyfriend may be eligible for bond, and he may not, depending on the crime and the violation immigration is charging him with. Time is of the essence and you should be looking to meet an attorney today. What we can tell you here is very limited and you need specific help.See question
me and my wife are in Nicaragua im a us citizen. we don't want to move to the US can she still be a US citizen, or just residence
If you will not live in the U.S. she won't even be a resident. To become a citizen she will have to become a resident and live in the U.S. for a certain amount of time before she can become a citizen.See question