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The certificate is a lot of money! For two of them im looking at two grand! I understand it proves citizenship, bit doesn't the court documents do the same? Why not just get US passports? Is there a benefit to the certificate of citizenship tha...
There is not enough information provided to answer your question properly. First, it is not clear why you need a certificate of citizenship at all. If your adopted kids already have Green Cards, then why do you need anything to show your citizenship? Also, were you born in the U.S.? If so, your birth certificate is sufficient to show citizenship. Also, if your kids didn't have their Green Cards yet and you were petitioning for them, then you would not need two separate certificates of citizenship. You can simply send a copy of the certificate in both cases. However, like I said, if they already have their Green Cards, then there is no need for you to apply for them at all. I HIGHLY suggest you meet with and discuss your case with an immigration attorney before you go and spend a lot of money and waste a lot of time doing things incorrectly.See question
I am cuban and I have a b2 visa for 5 years , how many months can I stay in USA consecutive before they consider I am illegal?
It does not matter that you have a visa for five years if your permit expires. Generally the visa will last for five or ten years, but the permiso they give you upon entering is only up to six months. If you stay past the six-month date, you are in illegal status.See question
My boyfriend is detained right know by immigration. He might be deported because he has like 5 misdemeanors and don't qualify for no immigration reform. They're all driving under restraint. He don't qualify for DACA because of the misdemeanors. We...
Yes, it is possible that it could help his case. However, this can be quite complicated and would definitely need to be handled correctly. The main concern will be whether you are getting married for the right reasons and not just for immigration purposes to avoid deportation. Also, the petition needs to be submitted quickly because if he is detained by immigration in Aurora, the whole process will likely move quite quickly. I would suggest speaking with an immigration attorney as soon as possible! There are a lot of good ones here in Colorado. Good luck!See question
Worked at kohls and was caught stealing. They watched me for about a year totaling a little under 5000. I signed basically a confession on how and why I did it. I need to move my family to another state if I serve time. I need your professional op...
I agree with my colleagues: it is impossible to assess if you will serve jail time or how much based upon the limited information provided. May I ask why you are so adamant that you will not have a lawyer? Even if you can't afford a private attorney, what about a public defender? It seems odd to be so adamantly against using an attorney, but then to come onto this site and ask attorneys for advice. In your situation, you definitely need the help of a qualified attorney.See question
I've been on probation for a year of my two year probation. My felony charge was Felony Menacing with a real/simulated weapon. I competed everything I was asked to do by the courts. I recently was charged with harassment-strike, shove or kick afte...
There is no way for an attorney to effectively advise you through a simple answer on this site as to what you should do. To know and understand your options, an attorney would need to know many more details about your situation. Generally an attorney would need to obtain and review the discovery in your case (the evidence that the prosecutor's office will use to try and prosecute the case against you). You really should take the time to sit down and discuss your case with a qualified attorney.See question
She olny 14 yrs old & my dad 65 he is getting more & more sick
An immigration lawyer would need a lot more information than this to make an accurate assessment and analysis to be able to tell you what should be done. Please do yourself a favor and make an appointment with a qualified immigration attorney to discuss.See question
I been approved for my waiver as my wife will suffer extreme hardship we got everything approved we are just in the last step the interview in Juarez. However I have a juvenile record I have an f6 felony which is the lowest grade felony and misdem...
It could affect you, but there's no way to know for sure without knowing more information and reviewing your charges, documents, and final disposition papers from the criminal case. Please don't take this the wrong way, but I think anyone would be absolutely insane to go to Juarez for an interview in this situation without sitting down and consulting with an immigration attorney first. I have numerous stories that I could tell about clients who come to see me after a family member left the U.S. for a visa interview without speaking with an attorney first, and then find out that they are stuck outside the U.S. for 10 years, or maybe more. I have been able to help some of those obtain a waiver to re-enter, but only after they had to spend thousands more on attorney fees than they would have, and after being separated from their family for about a year. Why not take an hour or so to speak with a qualified immigration lawyer first?See question
I need criminal record paperwork from Mexico, is there a website I can get it from or the Mexican Consulate?
Please be aware that you SHOULD NOT leave the U.S. unless you have an approved waiver that will allow you to re-enter the country. Otherwise, you could be trapped outside the U.S. for 10 years.See question
Hi my wife came into the US when she was 2 years old she is now 20 we have been married for 2 years now and wanted to ask if it would be a good idea to fill the petition i-485 and i-130 yourself or hire an attorney we have a 2 year old boy so we ...
There is no doubt that you should hire an attorney. If your wife entered the U.S. without permission (no visa or lawful entrance), then she would have no choice but to return to her country to have her interview at the U.S. consulate. If that is the case, then leaving without first being granted a waiver could mean that she could have to stay outside the U.S. for 10 years. These cases can be very complicated. Please do not make the mistake of trying to proceed without at least first discussing with an attorney.See question