I filed I-130 in 2002 , it was approved in 2009, his oldest son turned 21 and he has a younger child , he's 9 yrs old now that was not on the application.
I agree with my colleagues, it is always worth checking whether the "adjusted" age of a derivative is actually over 21. The Child Status Protection Act often does what it is intended to. You should make an appointment with an immigration lawyer to discuss bringing your brother and his family to the US. Even though the older son has "aged out", there may be other ways for him to come to the US.See question
I applied for Post completion OPT ( form I 765 ) on 17th June 2014 . Today I received an Update saying that "your Alien Registration Number has Been Changed relating to your I 765". I don't understand why did they changed my Alien Registration num...
I agree with my colleagues; there isn't anything out of ordinary here. Your Alien number has been changed to reflect a new, updated case.See question
I am a disabled veteran been home almost 3 yrs not working. While I was here I had a relationship. I was accused of being the father of a child. I disputed however I wasn't here to go to court. I missed my date (that I didn't know about). I was i...
Why are there arrears? If there is a legitimate reason, such as unemployment, you (the "obligor") can still file for a reduction in them. At the minimum, a motion should be filed to have any interest penalties set aside, which can increase drastically (double or triple the amount owed).See question
Is she the petitioner for purposes of the QDRO?
Typically, a QDRO is drafted by the plaintiff's lawyer. My firm, in downtown Birmingham, can help. All the best to you.
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I will soon be filing for cancellation of removal and I wanted to know if letting a house foreclose is considered a crime of moral turpitude. My wife just lost her job and we will not be able to afford the mortgage anymore. We will make one final ...
Letting a house foreclose is not a crime involving moral turpitude because no one is getting arrested for it. It's not illegal. Now, if there were some other illegal activity involved that causes one to be arrested, then you would have some sort of crime. I hope that helps!
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This depends on the inmate's criminal history. Under immigration law, an inmate will be under "mandatory detention" and cannot be released if the government establishes that he/she has committed at least two (2) crimes involving moral turpitude. These crimes usually involve some kind of violent or "aggressive" behavior.See question
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