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The Law & You
 
Law & You


 
 
Law & You #216
Muzikmedia introduces to you Ms Joan O. Pinnock, Ms. Pinnock, Esq. an Immigration attorney for the past ten years tells us of the increase in prices for the US citizenship.

 
 
Law & You # 217
Crimes and Relieves available from deportation

 
 
 
Law & You Questions or Comments
 
 
 
 
Total: 774 Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
 
RE: Sister and brother
Question:
My sister come to the US an stay over her visa.. Im a citizen in the US i filed for my mother an sister ( but my sister is still in the US an my mother is in Jamaica).. My question is when the papers come thru. Will it be a problem for my sister to get her green card?
By delly @ Alabama

Ans:
Thank you for your question Ramon

As long as the papers were filed before April 30 2001 if your sister is still in the US she would have to pay the $1,000 penalty she should be able to remain here and adjust her status.

By Joan Pinnock @ NJ @  

Pinnocksoffice@aol.com
Wednesday, October 24, 2007


 
RE :DIVORCE in JAMAICA
Question:
I am a Canadian and my husband is an American. We got married in Jamaica 8 years ago and now reside in the US. Where do we acquire information about getting a Jamaican divorce... Do we have to go back to Jamaica to get a divorce?
By Aly @ United States

pouellet@tampabay.rr.com

Ans:
Thank you for your question. Pouelett

The United States will have jurisdiction over you if youve lived here from at least on year. You can definitely apply for a divorce in the US if you have been living here for a while. You do not need to return to Jamaica to get divorced. The important thing is to get your husband to sign the papers.

By By Joan Pinnock @ NJ @ Pinnocksoffice@aol.com 


Wednesday, October 24, 2007


 
Why its taking so long
Why is taking so long for the attorneys to answer ours question?or this is just a funny website to look for publicity? thank you and have a nice day!!
By unknown just browising @ fl ny 


Thursday, October 18, 2007


 
DIVORCE in JAMAICA
I am a Canadian and my husband is an American..We got married in Jamaica 8 years ago and now reside in the US. Where do we aquire information about getting a Jamaican divorce... Do we have to go back to Jamaica to get a divorce.
By Aly @ United States 

pouellet@tampabay.rr.com
Monday, October 15, 2007


 
sister an brother
my sister come to the US an stay over her visa.. i'm a citezen in the US i filed for my mother an sister ( but my sister is still in the US an my mother is in jamaica).. my question is when the papers come thru.. will it be a problem for my sister to get her green card?
By delly @ alabama 

ramon_lolo@yahoo.com
Saturday, October 13, 2007


 
just want to know
i got a friend who stay over her visa.. she been here from she is 18 years old.. her father is a citezen in the US an she is 21 years old now.. my question is can she aply for her citezen shipe by her self?
By kirk king @ alabama 

kirk2baby@hotmail.com
Saturday, October 13, 2007


 
Child custody
I live in Louisiana and have for two plus years, my wife and I are in the process of a divorce and she took my son to New Jersey before our custody hearing. My question is If the Louisiana courts give me custody will New Jersey honor the court order and help me get my son back??
By Stoney @ LA, USA 

pkone73@aol.com
Saturday, October 13, 2007


 
What can I do ?
Ques?
What happen if you married for paper and your consolate realize and say you married for immigrating purpose. if a married my girlfriend for 2 years and as for a forgivines will they grant me the forgiveness and how long will this process will take thanks
By Scared @ Florida new york  


Wednesday, October 10, 2007


 
immigration
i have been married for the past 3years now and i have went to see two different layers now however i come to find out that all i need is my i94 to process my document they have send two diffrent place now to search for it and they could not find it how could i go about searching for it have you ever heard about uscis. it has been 12years now in this country. thank you
By alicia duplaix @ New Jersey 

dunbar_alicia@yahoo.ca
Monday, October 8, 2007


 
I864 AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT
AFTER READING THE NEW 1864 FORM I NOTCED THAT IT SAID PRIOR I864 FILED ON BEHALF OF A CURRENT GREEN CARD HOLDER IS VALID FOR 10 YEARS, BUT I RECALL WHEN I FILED IN 1999/2000 IT SAID IT WAS VALID FOR LESS YEARS, WHICH RULE DO I FALL UNDER AS I AM NOW FILING THE FORM FOR MY CURRENT HUSBAND. IF IT IS THE NEW RULE DO I ADD MY LAST PERSON SPONSORED AS A DEPENDENT ON THE FORM I AM NOW FILING? PLEASE ADDRESS THIS FOR ME ASAP. IS THERE A WAY FOR ME TO PAY YOU FOR YOUR SERVICES OR IS THERE AN ATTY IN ATLANTA THAT YOU CAN REFER ME TO?
By XSPENCEVEE @  

XSPENCEVEE@HOTMAIL.COM
Sunday, October 7, 2007


 
Fiance visa situation
I met my current boyfriend 5yrs ago he is jamaican and was over here on a tourist visa. recently he went back and got into some trouble for trafficing to curacao. The charges were dropped, but the usa cancelled his visa when he tried to come back saying that he would have to show proof that the charges were dropped. I Have the papers from curacao saying that they were dropped, so now we are going to try for a fiance visa do you think those charges will affect our chances of getting approved?
By jasmine @ usa, GA 

jasmine_weaver84@yahoo.com
Sunday, October 7, 2007


 
Interview resulted in Review
On my interview everything went perfect except when I explained that I got arrested for Kidnapping back in 2002 but was not convicted. Actually DA dismissed it before the first court even went on, but anyways, I gave the Immigration Officer ALL the ORIGINAL Documents from the disposition and police report and said she needed time to review it and that they would notify me within 90 days. My question is....Since I didn't fail no civics test,nor did I not provide them with sufficient information, What can be the result of this?Could it be that they will call me for another interview?or can they grant me my citizenship after review?


By Trixamuz @ USA, CA 

Trixamzu@aol.com
Saturday, October 6, 2007


 
My pending I-130 Petition for married Son & daughter
I want some information about My pending I-130. My father who is US citizen submit I-130 last year Nov 2006. When I move to US from Canada My husband, my 2 children and I are Canadian citizen my case is now pending in Vermont center .My question is when I apply I-485 because now is more then 10 months. We want job (me and my husband) what will I do how to I get work authorization my husband is Accountant in his back home (Pakistan) obtain bachelor degree in his back home that will help getting job. My other question when Im in Canada I get SSN (not authorized for Employment) for this SSN can I start my own business and can I leave the country or I getting permission.
By Zareen @ USA,New Jerse 

zareennadeem@hotmail.com
Saturday, October 6, 2007


 
Returning to the U/S.
Hello,
I am a U.S.C. and I have a daughter by a Jamacian Citizen who was deported last year. We have been together for 7 years prior to his deportation.
He went through 2 drug proceedings, prior to the deportation hearing, and both drug charges were dismissed; however, he was convicted of Moral Perpetuted, telling a gov. agent he was a u.s. citizen, and orderd to be removed from the U.S. I am not sure if the judge said he could not return for 10yrs. or if he could not change his status for 10yrs. If the case is that he cannot change his status for 10yrs. do you think he will be allowed a visitors visa? Also, if we decide to get married can we apply for a finace' visa, or if we get married in Jamaica, do you think he will be allowed to come to the states.
By jarutha scott @ u.s.a., Florida 

jarutha@bellsouth.net
Friday, October 5, 2007


 
immigration question'
what form/application is needed for a husband with a us citizen wife to apply for permanent residence while in his country to later enter the us legally a permanent resident?
By claudia @ texas 

cla_carbjl@yahoo.com
Tuesday, October 2, 2007


 
Divorce proceedings
I have been married to this woman for the past 4 years. i live in the states and she lives in jamaica. we have two children together, but then i found out last year that she got pregnant by someone else. if i file for divorce will it take longer than usual because the children are involved. if not, how long does it usually take. thanks in advance. i really would like to get on with my life
By JACURE @ USA 

DAHVIA98@OPTONLINE.NET
Sunday, September 30, 2007


 
Contract Law
I paid to go on a trip and photograph models,and Shoot with 5 top photogs and learn from. I got to Jamaica there was no top five and I was told I had to sighn a contract to shoot. There was no mention of said contract before ariving in Jamaica. I signed under duress. Now since it was signed in Jamaica and not the US does it have any legal binding in the US. There is no international claim in contract any where.
By Anonymous @ USA 

dukejenner@cox.net
Sunday, September 30, 2007


 
ignore
i feel like everybody is ignoring my question when are you guys answering all the question we posted PLEASE HELP
By DESPERATE HOUSE WIFE @ NEW YORK CITY  


Thursday, September 27, 2007


 
Adoption question
i came to the us with a tourist visa which we overstay and expired , while i was on it my biological mother abandoned my sister and me who at the time were 8 and 15 , now my aunt and uncle who are american citizens adopted both of us when we were 10 and 17 now we went to 2 different lawyers who told us that i couldnt get residency because i was too older than 16 when the adoptioin occurred so after knowing this my parents didnt claim me , now im 22 years old now and i found out that i qualify as long as im the sibling of the younger adopted child , my sister is 15 at the moment , my adopted parents got divorce but i still got no status ... now my question is who would claim me to have an status im very confused ..please help
By tJ @ tx 

towers1800@hotmail.com
Thursday, September 27, 2007


 
what happens
my question is what happen if immigrationi think you married a person to migrate to the unted estate ? is is possible if that person remarried for him to get hes green card what the process and the wait time for a perdon of this magnitude
By desperate house wife @ new york city  


Wednesday, September 26, 2007


 
Need Help on getting marriage papers
Hi me and my fiance are getting married this christmas 2007, i was wondering how long dose it take for the process to go through till i can enter the USA after marring a USA citizen? i am irish myself and she is an american. i also dont know where to file for the paper work?.
By dave @ Ireland 

f1coyle@hotmail.com
Thursday, September 20, 2007


 
HELP!!
I have been living here for seven years my 11 year old son is currently in JA, my husband just got his green card. How long will it take for him to petition for my son his step son. How long will it take me to get a green card?
By Brinel James @ U.S/Florida 

goodas@hotmail.com
Thursday, September 20, 2007


 
Divorce
My question is my husband visa was denied but he does not want to continue with the process because they didnt believe us that we are in love they told us he just to migrate to the united states we been married for 4 years when spoke to an attorney and she told us the best thing to do is to have a baby my husband does not want kids I told him to lets get a divorce how long do we have to wait before we file for divorce I dont want them to think I that our marriage was a fraud. Please help
By Carmen @ new york city  

la_traicionera2nv@hotmail.com
Thursday, September 20, 2007


 
immigration
I file I30 FOR MY 2 KIDS 21 OVER IM A GREEN CARD HOLDER, HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO HEAR SOMETHING FROM IMMIGRATION AND MY DAUGHTER HAS A CHILD AFTER I FILE WHAT SHOULD I DO OR WHAT SHE SHOULD SHE DO WHEN SHE HEAR FROM IMMIGRATION
By @  

LIBS_64@YAHOO.COM
Saturday, September 15, 2007


 
Re:Marriage
Ques:
My wife and i have been married for five and a half years. She is an Australian citizen and overstayed her visa here. We have two children, both born in the U.S. How should we go about getting her "legal" so she can work and drive?

Ans:
Assuming you are a US Citizen, you may petition for your wife as long as she can show she entered the US legally. It does not matter that she overstayed her visa. You would need to file a petition on your wifes behalf to qualify her as a permanent resident.
By Joan Pinnock esq @ Nj 


Friday, September 14, 2007


 
Re:Overstaying Tourist visa & Naturalization after that
Ques:
My father overstayed his tourist visa for more than five years (1998-2005). During his stay he applied for the permanent resident card, he got his employment authorization, he got his finger prints done, he paid $1000.00 penalty. But due to his health problems he had to leave US in 2005. He got a new passport and got tourist visa again for 10 years. But because of the 10 year bar, I adviced him not to re-enter US. Is it possible for me to sponsor him for permananent resident card after i become US citizen?
By chrisaba @ US, FL

Ans.

If your dad is subject to the ten year bar he would need a waiver for you to sponsor him before the end of ten years. If the waiver is granted his petition should be approved, otherwise you need to wait until after ten years.
By Joan Pinnock @  


Friday, September 14, 2007


 
Re: Brothers and sisters priority dates
Ques.
If that brother or sister is coming from the Philippines, the wait has been more than 22 years. For most countries, the wait is only 12 years.
Why is it 22 more years wait for the Philippines compare to other countries which has less population and I presume less visa petition? Can you please shed some light on this?


Ans.
Different countries like the Philippines and Mexico have unusually high backlogs. The Dept of Homeland Security has determined that these immigrants are overrepresented in the US. While this may seem unfair only new legislation will change this. Typically the petition for a sibling takes longer than any other petition.

By Joan Pinnock @ NJ 

Pinnocksoffice@aol.com
Friday, September 14, 2007


 
Re: ADOPING A CHILD WHO'S FATHER WAS DEPORTED TO ANOTHER COUNTRY FOR 25 YEARS
Ques:
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE STEPS TO TAKE. I'VE BEEN WITH HER EVER SINCE SHE WAS 9 MONTHS OLD, SHE IS NOW 9 YEARS OLD HE HAS BEEN DEPORTED FOR 4 YEARS NOW.
By T.LENARD @ USA, FL

Ans:
You certainly may adopt this child. You will need consent from both biological parents for the adoption. Once the adoption is complete you may petition for the child as the adopted child of a US Citizen. Assuming you are a US Citizen. The process is fairly simple. Under the new immigration laws this child would be considered a derivative citizen after she gains permanent resident status again assuming you are US Citizen.
By Joan Pinnock @ NJ 

Pinnocksoffice@aol.com
Friday, September 14, 2007


 
work premit
can you still renew your work permit after it expired
By buttercup699 @ east orange nj 

vjames699@yahoo.com
Friday, September 14, 2007


 
ADOPING A CHILD WHO'S FATHER WAS DEPORTED TO ANOTHER COUNTRY FOR 25 YEARS
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE STEPS TO TAKE. I'VE BEEN WITH HER EVER SINCE SHE WAS 9 MONTHS OLD, SHE IS NOW 9 YEARS OLD HE HAS BEEN DEPORTED FOR 4 YEARS NOW.
By T.LENARD @ USA, FL 

JASZLYNDAD@HOTMAIL.COM
Tuesday, September 11, 2007


 
help me
i over stayed in canada got married to awoman to get my paper but she wanted something serious but i told her no and now she has gone and reported me to immigration,is there is any hope for me staying in this country and getting my landed status
By giddi-up @  


Monday, September 10, 2007


 
borthers and sisters priority dates
If that brother or sister is coming from the Philippines, the wait has been more than 22 years. For most countries, the wait is only 12 years.
Why is it 22 more years wait for the Philippines compare to other countries which has less population and I presume less visa petition? Can you please shed some light on this?
Thank you.

By Peter Nelmida @ USA,CA 

pnelmida@paramit.com
Monday, September 10, 2007


 
Overstaying Tourist visa & Naturalization after that
My father overstayed his tourist visa for more than five years (1998-2005). During his stay he applied for the permanent resident card, he got his employment authorization, he got his finger prints done, he paid $1000.00 penalty. But due to his health problems he had to leave US in 2005. He got a new passport and got tourist visa again for 10 years. But because of the 10 year bar, I adviced him not to re-enter US. Is it possible for me to sponsor him for permananent resident card after i become US citizen?
By chrisaba @ US, FL 

chrisaba@rediffmail.com
Monday, September 10, 2007


 
Marriage
My wife and i havebeen married for five and a half years. She is an Australian citizen and overstayed her visa here. We have two children, both born in the U.S. How should we go about getting her "legal" so she can work and drive?

Thank You
By D.B. @ U.S.A., Missouri 

davidfirecop@yahoo.com
Friday, September 7, 2007


 
IS ANYONE GONNA ADVISE THE SITE VIEWS QUESTIONS?
Ive been review this site a couple years now and it has never taken this long for any replies

Blessings
By xspencevee @ US/JAMAICA 


Tuesday, September 4, 2007


 
immigration
my i-94 90 days has ran out and im stil here in usa due to my husband not filing for me and making silly mistakes!! what can i do now i am frm scotland and my i-94 expired jume 2007? is there anything i can do? get help frm someonelse, any answers would be glady appreciated, keep up the good work
By may @ dover, delaware 

idonttinksoooo@yahoo.com
Tuesday, September 4, 2007


 
Divorce
I got married in Jamaica last year in Jamaica. We're from the US. Do we have to go back to Jamaica to get a divorce. Please help!
By Claudette @ Pennsylvania, USA 

naadirclaudette@hotmail.com
Tuesday, August 28, 2007


 
could it happen
i have a friend that was deported and came back into the country they met someone who said that they will marry them and they will get there papers
By @ bklyn ny 


Saturday, August 25, 2007


 
questions on going to school in the US while on intership in the US
Hello. Please tell me,I am planning on returning to the US next year on internship and I wanna know if I can enroll in a masters program at a university while I'm here? The internship should last for 18 months and I believe I will be under the J1 status when i return. Do I have to have a different kind of visa to enroll into classes?. I heard that after a while or after completing the internship program I can apply to become a US resident, is that true?

By @ MD/US 


Thursday, August 23, 2007


 
question
came her from canada in dec 2006 to vist my best friend and family( aunt ). after arriving here on dec 24 my best friend whom i met in canada in 2005 asked me to marry him .i quickly said yes as i knew i loved him as more then a friend , question is now we have filed all the forms . is there a way we can stop the proceddings and me return back to canada and file for a spouse visa . as we are very afrad that i will get denied and we will be seperated for a long time . any advise will be helpfull
thank you
By marilyn @ pa 

angeltat13@hotmail.com
Wednesday, August 22, 2007


 
my petition for my wife...
hi... i am a married person with 2 cute kids... i am a greencard holder... my 2 kids are with me here in NJ... i just started my petiton for my wife left in the philippines...hope you can give me advices and answer my question... how long will it take for a greencard holder to petition his wife?... i hope u can help me find a way to make the petition in a speedy processing coz my kids really needs their mom... it's so hard to live here with kids but without a mom to take of them... i'm hoping and praying that you can help me... thanks and God bless!!!
By marvin @ NJ  

julesaiahmarvin@yahoo.com
Wednesday, August 22, 2007


 
what steps do I take?
Greetings, Please advise me of which forms are needed to bring the father of my twin boys to Florida from Jamaica. I filed for him in 2002 for a fiance visa, but because of his record he was denied. Can we try again? Should we get married first? Can he apply for a work visa because I have a job lined up here for him as well. Please I need your advice because he cannot read that well either and I need help with our children.
By Kamesha Spillard @ USA, Florida 

empresskamesha@hotmail.com
Sunday, August 19, 2007


 
citizenship
ITS ME AGAIN.FORGET TO MENTION THAT ON HIS COURT PAPERS IT SAYS THAT MY BROTHER WAS A CITIZEN.HE NEVER SWORE IN OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT AND HE WAS'NT BORN HERE.IS HE AUTOMATICALLY A CITIZEN THROUGH HIS MOM .DOES HE HAS TO SWEAR IN TO MAKE IT LEGITIMATE?HE IS 23YEARS OLD.
By LUTHER @ usa; ct 

lexusboo92@yahoo.com
Sunday, August 19, 2007


 
re.ANSWER TO GLADYS IN FLORIDA
gladys in fl you don't need to go to jamaica for a divorce.it can be done right here.it cost me $650 with an attorney in manhattan.so consult a lawyer.i too got married in jamaica.
By STELLA @ usa; ct 

lexusboo92@yahoo.com
Sunday, August 19, 2007


 
Adopt my Nephew
Hi I want to adopt my nephew who I have been taking care of for the pass few years. I live in the United states and he lives in Jamaica. His father lives in the states also and his a green card holder but wont filed for my nephew. I'm a US citizen and I have spoke to his mother who lives in the Cayman Island about this and she suggested it about the adoption. So my question is what is the process in adopting my nephew and do I have to give him my last name because I still want him to have him name stay the same. Please I need your help because I will be going to Jamaica the end of the month and I want to start the process as soon as possible
By Sacha Dee @ Loganville, GA 

sacha.dallas@gmail.com
Saturday, August 18, 2007


 
how to go about filing for divorce
i got married in jamaica a couple of years ago now i like would to get a divorce. how can i get the divorce forms/petition/application without going to jamaica?
By gladys @ usa, florida 

mattlalason@yahoo.com
Friday, August 17, 2007


 
citizenship
my brother is a greencard holder.he's been here over five years.last year he was the driver of a car. he got into a real bad accident which caused someone's life. he is now on 3years probation because of the accident.is it possible for him to apply for citizenship?will he be denied because he is on probation?please reply asap.ths.
By luther @ usa; ct 

lexusboo92@yahoo.com
Thursday, August 16, 2007


 
visa renewal
hi,i am here on a visitor;s visa.i got arrested on a previous visit.the case was dismissed. my question is. my visa will be expired in a couple of months and i would like to go back home to renew it. now they are taking fingerprints before they issue you a visa. will my arrest be an issue when i reapply?anyone!!!!
By stella @ ct;usa 

lexusboo92@yahoo.com
Thursday, August 16, 2007


 
immigration
i have a cusin that came into the country illegally,he came here when he was 4 yrs old.in the 80 amnesty pass and his parents did not help him at the time amnesty came out.is it still possible for him to get that amnesty that pass in the 80s.due to the fact he was still a minor....
By shiney culture @ usa,nyc 

shineyculture@yahoo.com
Thursday, August 16, 2007


 
questions on going to school in the US while on intership in the US
Hello. Please tell me,I am planning on returning to the US next year on internship and I wanna know if I can enroll in a masters program at a university while I'm here? The internship should last for 18 months and I believe I will be under the J1 status when i return. Do I have to have a different kind of visa to enroll into classes?. I heard that after a while or after completing the internship program I can apply for permanent residency is that true?
By kadesha @ Maryland/US/Jamaica 

kerrian_samuels@yahoo.com
Wednesday, August 15, 2007


 
How long is for my ten year old
My husband just received his green card, how long will it take for my son, who is ten years old, his step son to come into this country?
By Shasamarley @ U.S/CT. 

Stiritup@hotmail.com
Tuesday, August 14, 2007


 
Permanent resident filling for unmarried child over 21
Ques
Hi
I am a permanent resident and filed I130 for my unmarried child over 21 in Nov 2005. They live in Iran an i live in Atlanta with my oldest child. the case is in california center. i want to know how long it takes to be approved? in the uscis website says they are processing Feb 2005 in california center. after the case is approved and send to NVC what is the maximum lenght of time it can be there to get the interview. Thanks
By Foroogh Narmani @ USA, Georgia

forooghabadan@yahoo.com
Friday, August 10, 2007

Ans:

I would suggest that you apply for US Citizenship and forward the proof of citizenship to the California Service Center. This will expedite the process
Since your child is over 21 it will take a few more years.
By Joan Pinnock, Esq. 973-623-8333 @  

Pinnocksoffice@aol.com
Tuesday, August 14, 2007


 
Father wants to file
Ques

Hi I am 28years old and have been here in the US for about 12years or more give or take, my mother tryed to file for me when I was younger but it didn't work out. My father wants to file for me but he is only a green card holder,what are my chances of getting any kind of help from him and if it is something that could be done.Thanks in advance.
By @ Phila,PA

Ans:
Your father should apply for citizenship before filing a petition for you to become a permanent resident. Although the process will take a few years because you are over 21, it will still be a lot faster for him to petition for you as a US Citizen than as a permanent resident.

By Joan Pinnock, Esq. 973-623-8333 @ 972 Broad Street 8th Fl. Newark NJ 07102 

Pinnocksoffice@aol.com
Tuesday, August 14, 2007


 
Father wants to file
Hi I am 28years old and have been here in the US for about 12years or more give or take, my mother tryed to file for me when I was younger but it didn't work out. My father wants to file for me but he is only a green card holder,what are my chances of getting any kind of help from him and if it is something that could be done.Thanks in advance.
By @ Phila,PA 

aclifeline@yahoo.com
Saturday, August 11, 2007


 
Permanent resident filling for unmarried child over 21
Hi
I am a permanent resident and filed I130 for my unmarried child over 21 in Nov 2005. They live in Iran an i live in Atlanta with my oldest child. the case is in california center. i want to know how long it takes to be approved? in the uscis website says they are processing Feb 2005 in california center. after the case is approved and send to NVC what is the maximum lenght of time it can be there to get the interview. Thanks
By Foroogh Narmani @ USA, Georgia 

forooghabadan@yahoo.com
Friday, August 10, 2007


 
Filing for fiancee
my fiancee and i have been together for 3 years. we are deciding to tie the knot in october. he is here illegally what should do to make him legal and working. he came through on a mexico visa but he lost the documents that he came with.
By samantha @ usa,ny 

crazeive84@yahoo.com
Wednesday, August 8, 2007


 
immigration
I file I30 for my two children over 21,Nov of 2006,how long will it take for them to hear anything from immigration. There are in Jamaica and iam legal residence. My daughter has a child after i file , what should she do when she hear anything? OR WHAT I SHOULD DO?
By Karen Barker @ US, Rochester NY 

libs_64@yahoo.com
Wednesday, August 8, 2007


 
seeking advise!!!
Dear Sir,
I am now 20 and my grandmother started to file for me about a month ago so am asking how long will it take to go through? and suppose i reach 21 before the filling come true would i still be able to go?
By miguel @ kingston jamaiica 

marcfilife@yahoo.com
Tuesday, August 7, 2007


 
leaving the Usa
I've been in the USA for about 3 years and im not an american citizen but i have my 3 year old son who is an american citizen,and im planning on returning to the caribben to live,will it be a problem at the airport immigration,if i take my son with me,because i overstayed but would like to take my son back to the caribbean to live with me......thank u in advance.
By Tee @ Atlanta,ga 

taje97@aol.com
Monday, August 6, 2007


 
jamaican or american divorce
I am a 23 year old american who is married to a jamaican man. I petitioned for him to come to the us. During the time of filing, my husband lost his job therefore I paid for his visa..all of it. During that time we were going through difficult times together. His visa was finally granted and he came here for three months and has gone without any intention of coming back. I would like to file for divorce. But I don't know if I have to file for divorce in Jamaica or here? Also,since he is working, I would like to request spousal maintenance, to cover for the expenses that he has placed pon me. Is this possible?
By Camisha @ USA, GA 

camisha.butler@gmail.com
Saturday, August 4, 2007


 
My boyfriend with DUIs
Hi! my boyfriend had 3 DUIs but he was
off probation now, got his license back.
he is planing to file the petition for
K1 <fiance visa> so i can entry US to marry him. Does his records affect
to the petiton? Is he going to get approve?
By grey's anatomy @ Thailand 

nesta30@chaiyo.com
Thursday, August 2, 2007


 
JAMAICAN RESIDENCY
HOW DOES AN AMERICAN WHO IS MARRIED TO A JAMAICAN FILE FOR THEIR RESIDENCY IN JAMAICA? WHAT ARE THE COST TO DO SO? HOW LONG DOES IT USUALLY TAKE? THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR HELP
By XSPENCEVEE @  

XSPENCEVEE@HOTMAIL.COM
Tuesday, July 31, 2007


 
I want to become a state trooper
I wanted to become a state trooper but I have a juvenile but its getting expunged. Now can they and will they look into my expunged records? If so, what would be acceptable for them to allow me to join.
By Johhny Calderon @ Alaska,Canada 

bytchywife87@yahoo.com
Saturday, July 28, 2007


 
AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT
IS THIS DOCUMENT NO LONGER NEEDED WHEN FILING AN I130? I DONT SEE IT LISTED ON THE FORM AS A REQUIRED DOCUMENT, ONLY THE G325A IS LISTED. PLEASE RESPOND QUICKLY AS I AM SENDING THE PETITION OFF THIS FRIDAY. ALSO WE WILL BE MARRYING THE SAME DAY AND FILING AS TO BEAT THE RISING COST WILL THIS BE A PROBLEM?
By XSPENCEVEE @  

XSPENCEVEE@HOTMAIL.COM
Sunday, July 22, 2007


 
 
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