well mom desided to miss behave (wich of course she denies it) and decided to take my son away, i got deported on 2009 and got back 2015 she has the power to allow me to see him but she chooses not to, i havent seen him since 2008 and she was taking the advantage that i was undocumented, but now im ready to fight back, im willing to do whatever it takes to get him back!!
File for legitimation. You are going to have to answer for why you didn't have any contact for such a long period of time. Legitimation is not automatic, but rather based on a best interest standard. While you have a good excuse, you may not find the judge to be as sympathetic. Talk to a local attorney about representation, because you are going to need some help.with this argument.
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Unless you legitimated the child in court and had visitation set you have none. That omission is your fault as she can't prevent you filing. You need a lawyer. Realistically by waiting so many years a court may turn you down or give you very limited visitation.
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You haven't really asked a question, but I agree with my colleagues. Nothing is going to advance you towards your goal of regular visitation with your son until you file a Petition to Legitimate. Even then, you are not 100% assured of success. The court will look at the best interest of your son. Speak to an attorney today who practices in the county where the mother and son live.
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