A potential employeris asking me about 2 things that showed up on my background check. 1 is an OWI FROM 17 yrs go & the other is a possession of a controlled substance that was 8 yrs ago that I got a deferred judgement. I thought deferred judgeme...
I agree that a deferred judgment isn't automatically expunged.See question
I currently have the daca . i dont drive recklessly or cause any trouble. The news is worrying me though. Should i take precautions ? I dont have a criminal record or traffic tickets .
It isn't clear from your question if you are asking about a speeding ticket or DACA without any tickets or convictions. As of right now DACA is still a valid program, but things are changing, so we don't know what will happen. Just getting a speeding ticket shouldn't prevent you from keeping DACA or make you deportable if your DACA is valid. If you are concerned, you should consult an immigration lawyerSee question
The case was ready to be scheduled as of Jan 25, 2017. Des Moines, IA field office The priority date is September 08, 2016
There have been a lot of delays lately. You should consult with an immigration lawyer who can see if there is a problem or if it's just the backlogSee question
Hi, Can anybody help me in this situation where my fiancee got rejected his tourist visa. Interview was on Feb 24th . Can I reapply by March 3rd? or should I go for package trip Travel to US? Person was asked four questions: 1. What's your nam...
Because he is your fiancé, it is likely they thing he didn't show enough evidence that he intends to return to his country rather than staying here with you. If you plan to marry in the US, you should apply for a fiancé visa. You would then have 90 days to get married. After that he could apply for permanent residence. I recommend a consultation with an immigration lawyer who can help you decide the best way to handle your situationSee question
my minor child attended an immigrant visa interview with a guardian but the interviewer did not look at all his documents and requested more (which he actually had in his possession). I emailed them the requested documents they replied to say t...
In general, administrative review means that they are looking at the documents and doing more investigation before making a decision. Depending on the issue they are concerned about it can be quick or can take many months. I recommend consulting an immigration lawyer regarding your specific circumstancesSee question
Is it possible to file for my green card from a different state other than the one where you got married? My husband and i got married in Virginia a year ago. We now live in another state but he still has his business back in Virginia. Can we just...
Yes you can. Immigration is a federal area of the law, not based on what state you live in. For citizenship, you do need to be in the same place for 3 months before filing, but the applications for permanent residence don't require thatSee question
he was charged with disturbing the peace and owi. is there a chance he can get off the owi charge?
You should speak with an attorney who handles owi cases. There are times when just being in actual physical control of a vehicle even if you aren't driving can still be grounds for an OWI conviction. You've described an unusual circumstance, though, so there may be issues an attorney can raise to fight the case. As to disturbing the peace, again it would depend on the circumstances. Just an idling car doesn't seem to be something that would disturb the peace unless it was unusually loud. An attorney would need to look at all the circumstances to advise you about these charges.See question
It has being almost 3 months since I got my finger prints and I have a clean Record
It isn't clear what interview you are talking about. This looks like an immigration question. If so it would depend on what application you filedSee question
My son is under the immigration DACA program (Dreamers) and last week it was disclosed that traffic tickets will become some sort of "crime" to make people subject to deportation. He has a court appearance for this coming Thursday FEB 23/2017 a...
I'm not sure if you were able to get legal advice before your son's court appearance. If not you should contact an attorney. You can't just pay to get a case removed, but there may be legal issues that an attorney could raise to fight the case. An attorney with immigration and criminal defense experience would be the best bet.See question
In 2010 my family and I applied for asylum. The judges order was to administratively close the case. However, we never applied for an EAD. It has been 7 years and I have finished nursing school and want to get a job. Can I still apply for an EAD u...
You should definitely discuss this issue with an immigration lawyer who regularly practices in immigration court. In some circumstances the answer is yes and in some the answer is no. It would be necessary to review what happened in your individual case to make that determination.See question