you have to win custody and then you can ask for removal. only the custodian can seek removal. 750 ilcs 5/609.
whatever your job is, i cannot do it but i can do this. your son is too important to you to try to do this yourself. the judge already told you you did not do it correctly. so hire a lawyer to do this for you the right way.
You have a job. Hire counsel to represent you. This is not easy to do on your own. This forum is not equipped to help you the way you want us to in your inquiry. If we don't have your pleading how can we determine there efficacy?
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You are asking about a very complex situation. You do not have custody and you do not live in IL. It is highly unlikely you can win based upon the few facts you presented, and even less likely without skilled legal counsel. Unless you have the time to go to law school and get a couple of years experience under your belt before your next court date, you would be well advised to seek the assistance of a skilled family law practitioner.
Do yourself a favor and hire an attorney. There are many skilled attorneys in Kane County that can assist you. You would be doing yourself (and perhaps your child) a disservice by trying to tackle custody and removal alone. A Petition for Change of Custody alone can be somewhat brutal- never mind the removal.
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