I and my wife moved to United States in March 2013 with 2 years son on H1b visa. In August 2015, we have second kid and by birth he is citizen of USA. Till last month, everything was fine and she has traveled to India with both kids for vacation (without consent letter) . Now she has refused to come back to USA and not letting me to see my kids. I am more worried about my kids how would she be taking care of my kids as she was not even fond of kids. In fact, once she went ahead with abortion in USA as she doesn't want to have kid. Now she is threatening to file false cases against me in India.
Seeking advice what should I do? And what should be my next action?
you should immediately contact an attorney in india about this. and then one in chicago. the two lawyers should talk and come up with a plan. this will not be fast nor easy.
There is little we can do here except to tell you that you need lawyers in both India and your home county in Illinois. This will be difficult lengthy and time consuming but this online forum is far too inadequate for your needs. Hire lawyers ASAP. They will need to work together./
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Implicit in the answers of the other attorney's is that it is going to be difficult and costly.
There are ways to deal with this situation. Takes time and effort, and you need to contact an attorney who can advise you as to what to do. You should not waste time in getting the process started.
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