I've meet a woman from the Philipinnes, no it's no a scam or anything dubious!! I've thoroughly vetted her!
Yes, you should at least consult with an experience Immigration lawyer who can guide you through the process.
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I want to file for my mom but am only a green card holder my aunt is a citizen she's also my mother sister can she help?
You must wait till you are a US citizen over the age of 21.See question
i am the only child for my parents and i want to make immigrant paperwork for them so i should i apply for them right now with green card or should i wait to be a citizen ? i am dv lottery , my parents is 64 y and 56 years
Must wait till you are a US citizen over the age of 21.See question
My neighbor has a hidden camera in their bushes in front of the house, directed out to the street, which they use to record and snap photos of people in the neighborhood/on the street. They also kindly leave printout photos in people's mailboxes....
I agree with Attorney Gary Ilmanen.
It is not illegal to take a video of the street, and I don't think its a "Spy" camera if everyone knows about it.
On another not, please do pick up after your dog if you aren't already doing that, its just common courtesy.
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We are Syrian asylee hold a US permanent resident. She traveled a month ago using her refugee travel document issued by Uscis
Your wife should come back immediately.
This is the warning from the American Immigration Lawyer's Association:
AILA anticipates that an Executive Order will be signed this week relating to visa issuance, screening procedures, and refugees. The draft Executive Order is titled "Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Attacks by Foreign Nationals." Please note, that this is NOT the final version of the Executive Order and it has not yet been signed by the president. For more information on this and other anticipated or signed Executive Actions, please see AILA's website, Immigration 2017 - A New President and Congress.
Among other provisions, Section 3 of the draft Executive Order, if implemented as written, would "suspend" the immigrant and nonimmigrant entry of nationals from certain designated countries for 30 days from the date of the order. Designated countries are tied to the Visa Waiver provisions of the 2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act and if implemented without change, would include Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. Additional countries could be included. Note that the 2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act included restrictions on people who travel to designated countries, as well. It is unclear whether the draft Executive order is meant to encompass these individuals.
The order also does not define what it means to be "from" a designated country. Thus, in an abundance of caution, it may be best to interpret the term broadly to include passport holders, citizens, nationals, dual nationals, etc. Additionally, after 30 days, travel is not automatically reinstated. Instead, DHS would be required to report whether countries have provided information "needed … for the adjudication of any … benefit under the INA … to determine that the individual seeking the benefit is who the individual claims to be and is not a security or public-safety threat." If not, the country would have 60 days to comply, or the travel ban would become indefinite.
Attorneys should consider advising clients who might be affected by the Executive Order to refrain from traveling outside of the United States if they are already here, or try to return to the United States as soon as possible (tonight or early tomorrow) if they are outside of the country.
There are many questions raised by the draft executive order, and we will continue to release information and analysis as it becomes available.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17012670.See question
I was robbed at gunpoint, my boss is withholding my pay because of it! I drive a company truck, i'm an employee and not an Independent contractor. Police report was filed, I did nothing wrong. The value of the goods was several thousand dollar...
Definitely contact a employment law attorney. There are many good ones in Toledo.See question
Hi there My wife and my son have green card with expiration date after 10'years I heard about the conditional green card how do I know that they have the regular one and not the conditional ? Please advise
Conditional green cards are only valid for 2 years.
If you have a 10 year green card, then you can be sure that it is not a "conditional" green card.
married sept 18th , she is pregnant, she is here on a b2 visa which is soon to expire
Look for an immigration attorney in Ohio. There are plenty of awesome ones.See question
I was with a friend and she took way more than I did so bc there was two of us a and she didn't have her id but I did they had to call the cops and they all took our info and let us go in the custody of our parents what will happen next..? I say i...
I agree with Lawyer Allison.
Make sure you retain an attorney, and try to have them get you into an "Alternatives" program. Hopefully, upon the completion of the this program, your charges will be dismissed.
Having a record will follow you for the rest of your life, and will be on every job application you ever fill out.
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I received an ovi for first time in Sylvania. I was in line at taco bell when my friend in passenger seat started arguing w me over how should pay. He punches me couple times in my face, I punch him n he gets out of the vehicle and takes of. Whil...
If you get convicted of an OVI in Sylvania, Judge Ramey will certainly give you 6 days. It is your choice to do it in a program, or in jail. I believe there is 6 day DIP program.
You should hire an attorney to help you in getting it reduced to reckless operation.See question