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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
 
Overstay visa waiver
I am dutch citizen and overstayed for 2 years my girl is usc and recently had my baby.how can we get married without me leaving?
By Jt @ Usa 


Friday, October 6, 2006


 
H2B VISA
Hi

I would like to find out how I can change or extend My H2B Visa. it will expire on the 30th of november 2006. your help will be appreciated.

thank you
By cheryl @ USA,NY 

sbahle.luthuli@hotmail.com
Wednesday, October 4, 2006


 
Filing for my mom
I am 20 years old and I was wondering how it would be possible to file for my mother. My situation is this my mother is on a hotel program which allow her to work here for about 9 months out of the year. She has been doing this for almost five years. She is now interested in staying. I have been in the US for three years this coming january. We would like to know whats the best way to approach this matter with out here going back home. Her job is not promised to her so due to her age I would like her to stay
By Crissy @ Georgia 

Crissyd100@yahoo.com
Wednesday, September 27, 2006


 
I am trying to find out what is involved with filing a petition for domestic help from the philippines. I have their name, etc.
I would appreciate any information or direction you can give me. Thank you.
By Sharon Sanchez @ USA, WA 

sanchezhw@hotmail.com
Tuesday, September 26, 2006


 
immigration
hi good day to you and your kind work,its a wonderful thing you are doing and god never foget kindness.myself and my daughter are here illegally,my little girl is currently ib school and i am working however i would like to return to school and be better able to support my daughter the problem is we entered illegally therfore as no rights my mom is a citizen here and i was wondering wgat would be my best course of action in this matter, she wants to file,but not sure the best way to do so as i already broke the law. thank you fr reading my story
By nadine sterling @ new york newyork 

jadinebargo@aol.com
Friday, September 22, 2006


 
Conditional Discharge in 1994 UK
Normally this record is spent in the UK and as a result there is no longer a criminal conviction recorded. Question, would this still form part of an FBI search?
By Vanessa @ Florida USA 

shayd87@hotmail.com
Friday, September 22, 2006


 
being sent home
i came to the states on a c-1 visa and got marred after it expired in 2003. i got married in 2004. i recently went to the immigration interview and they said i had to go home within 30 days. after they send me my denial letter. my question to you is can this be appealed? if so do i need a lawyer to represent me..
By Spence @ florida 

whateverdingdong@aol.com
Saturday, September 16, 2006


 
NO i94
I come to the us without and i94 what can i do to get a Green card i want to go to school Bad
By licia @ Oklahoma 

licia90Z@yahoo.como
Friday, September 8, 2006


 
NO i94
I come to the us without and i94 what can i do to get a Green card i want to go to school Bad
By licia @ Oklahoma 

licia90Z@yahoo.como
Friday, September 8, 2006


 
NO i94
I come to the us without and i94 what can i do to get a Green card i want to go to school Bad
By licia @  

licia
Friday, September 8, 2006


 
Needing Advice/Concerned
Greetings &Blessings to you Mr Chung,i am living in the us with no documents, i came here over the Canadian border so i am asking you waht are my options, i will like to get a tax id card where i can pay taxes and get a job, in other words i am not documented, may i ask you advice respectfully..
By annie @ USA. Florida 

coffeesg@hotmail.com
Wednesday, September 6, 2006


 
tourist
good day sir. i would like to know if i can file a tourist visa for myself, i just want to visit my husband in US. my husband has not yet file any petition for me and he is a lawful permanent resident of the US.
By michelle @ phil 

vichelle_08@yahoo.com
Monday, September 4, 2006


 
divorce laws in Jamaica
Hello Mr Chung,

I am an American and I am currently married to a Jamaican. My story is unique because I am here in the US and he is still in Jamaica. So we've been apart for the duration of our entire relationship. Initially we were very much in love and I was in the process of petitioning to bring him here into the states, but the marriage went sour, so I didn't file anything with immagration and now we both want to divorce. I never changed my name over to his, we had no children and no financial ties to each other, so I would assume that here in New Jersey the marriage was not valid. My question is how would I go about dissolving the marriage in Jamaica, since technically it would only be valid in Jamaica? Can you please help me?
By Ami @ USA, New Jersey 

missami0928@gmail.com
Wednesday, August 30, 2006


 
divorce laws in Jamaica
Hello Mr Chung,

I am an American and I am currently married to a Jamaican. My story is unique because I am here in the US and he is still in Jamaica. So we've been apart for the duration of our entire relationship. Initially we were very much in love and I was in the process of petitioning to bring him here into the states, but the marriage went sour, so I didn't file anything with immagration and now we both want to divorce. I never changed my name over to his, we had no children and no financial ties to each other, so I would assume that here in New Jersey the marriage was not valid. My question is how would I go about dissolving the marriage in Jamaica, since technically it would only be valid in Jamaica? Can you please help me?
By Noemi Ortiz @ USA, New Jersey 

missami0928@gmail.com
Wednesday, August 30, 2006


 
viewed show on extending visa
Mr. Chung your advice is very enlightning. My question is somewhat the same as your show but I would like to know what is required to convert your visa to stay if your family has already filed a petetition for you to come on form I130 unmarried child over 21. Is it the same form needed or is there a different process. Please explain
By VeeNice @ Florida 


Tuesday, August 29, 2006


 
Helping my family
I'm an American citizen and I will like to file for my sister, brother, father, and step-mother. Is it true I need to have $4,000 in my account for each one I file for? If not, how can I go about it and how much max will it cost me. I was in the miltary for three years does that help?
By Venice @ usa, new jersey 

venice1103@aol.com
Saturday, August 26, 2006


 
marriage to a permanent resident
hello my boyfriend and i of ten years plan to get married because he wants to file for me the thing is he is currently on 10 years probation and cannot apply for his citizenship until this is over he just renewed his green card earlier this year and had no problems can he file for me and if he does how long will it take i am currently in the united states
By nyisha @ florida usa 

flava_kw@yahoo.com
Friday, August 25, 2006


 
Divorcing a Jamaican Citizen
I have been trying for the past 3 years to divorce my husband. He is living in Jamaica and I am in the satates. I hired a lawyer to do the paperwork but not getting anywhere. Can you advise me on other steps I can take? I have to move on with my lfe. He doesn't want anything better for himself.
By Rowena @ USA, Texas 

jamaicalove31@yahoo.com
Tuesday, August 22, 2006


 
My rights
To whom it may concern,I was working for this company for 3yrs,they were taking out of my salary medicare and soc.sec. in my case I don't have a s.s # I quit recently cause of alot of unfair things that been going on,they try for me to sign an agreement saying I recieved my $for what they took out then. saying they paying me back for medicare and soc.sec. for when I started working the first 6 mths I did not take the $ nor did I sign anything.cause I thought what happened to my 2 and1/2yrs am there where did that go to he the owner claims that he's paying medicare and soc.sec.for that time but my ?is how could you be paying now and I still don't have my s.s,could you please advice me on this.
By Natalie @ USA NY 


Saturday, August 19, 2006


 
My rights
To whom it may concern,I was working for this company for 3yrs,they were taking out of my salary medicare and soc.sec. in my case I don't have a s.s # I quit recently cause of alot of unfair things that been going on,they try for me to sign an agreement saying I recieved my $for what they took out then. saying they paying me back for medicare and soc.sec. for when I started working the first 6 mths I did not take the $ nor did I sign anything.cause I thought what happened to my 2 and1/2yrs am there where did that go to he the owner claims that he's paying medicare and soc.sec.for that time but my ?is how could you be paying now and I still don't have my s.s,could you please advice me on this.
By Natalie @ USA NY 

socajahdan@hotmail.com
Saturday, August 19, 2006


 
US Embassy
i am a us citizen my husband is jamaican. i have filed all the neccessary papers and were approve. the papers where then ship to the us embassy in jamaica. how long will it take for the us embassy to contact him. should i go to the embassy in jamaica would that speed it up.
By @ US, NEW YORK 

gale31@verizon.net
Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
How do I help my friend come to the US.
Question:
I have a friend in Jamaica and I wanted to know how I can go about getting her up here. Her brother is up here on a H2b visa but he had joined a program. Is there anything that I can do?

Answer:

A non immigrant visa only requires you send a letter of invitation to your friend. Your friend then needs to show the consulate in JA she is a bona fide visitor and plan to return home. Her brother may be able to help as another reason for your friend to visit. But you or he
can do very little regarding a permanent visa. You did not say much about yourself. But if you are male, and a citizen, marriage could help your friend.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  


Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
Where do I find an expunged record ?
Question:
My question deals with IMBRA, I was previously approved and they have recalled my case because I filed after March 6, 2006. On the form it says they want certified court records for any arrests. I was acquitted and my case was expunged, however Immigrations says they want this information anyways. I went to district court and ask them for certified records and they can't give me the records because it was expunged. The only paperwork I have is the court trial summary that I was acquitted and the police department saying that they have complied with the expungements. What do I send back to immigration with the RFE and on the form it says domestic violence, but on the trial summary it was second degree assault. Please help.

Answer:
Tim:
Go to the Court and ask for the Order of Expungement. A judge usually issues an Order to expunge a record. The Court should have a copy of the Order signed by the Judge. If an attorney represented you, he or she should have a copy of the Order.

Good Luck.

By Clairmont Chung @  


Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
hello
I am Caymanian and my spouse is student I will like to apply for a Britsih Passport with him not having a Caymanian Passport. what can be done or documents to present for this to be possible?
By Ana @ cayman Island 

sihfoy@yahoo.com
Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
Keeping maiden name on citizenship paper

Question:
I got married before becoming a citizen. I am now a citizen but kept my maiden name on the citizenship paper (my status is married on the paper). I want to apply for my husband because he is here on a student visa. Does the fact that my citizenship paper has my maiden name cause a problem?
By Shirley @ USA, New Jersey

Answer:

Hi Shirley

You may keep your maiden name without any problem. The INS is mainly concerned with your citizenship and whether the marriage is bona fide.

Good Luck


By Clairmont Chung @  


Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
Can the Govt. Monitor a citizen?

Question:
Is it legal for INS to continue to monitor a person after US Citizenship has been applied for and granted? Monitoring that includes phone recordings, GPS units applied to cars etc?


ANSWER:
The Govt. needs a warrant to enter your home and tap your phone. However, it has been known to break the law and nothing prevents it from monitoring you. However, I doubt they are engaged in following individuals without some very good reason. Generally they target people who they believe committed a crime or are about to commit a crime. Nothing is wrong with a little paranoia but be careful.


By Clairmont Chung @  


Thursday, August 17, 2006


 
change H2B visa to Green Card
I hired couple loyal employees as Head Chef, and they had filed extention twice and this is a last extention(3 years stay). Before visa gets expried and i don't want them leave because they are head chefs and restaurant won't be running without them. What can I do? Can I apply green card for them? or they have to go home for 6 months and rehire them again and I don't want that happens????????
By Tess Nguyen @ USA, Texas 

zoomvietthai@gmail.com
Tuesday, August 15, 2006


 
REMARRYING
I am marrying a Jamaican who was married to a resident of Florida they have been separated for 4 years now and the divorce is less than a month old. How log do you have to be divorced in Jamaica before you can remarry?
bear in mind he lives in Jamaica HE IS A jAMAICAN CITIZEN..
By TANEISHA @ Canada 

tandivine@sympatico.ca
Sunday, August 13, 2006


 
A visa
I have a friend in Jamaica and I wanted to know how I can go about getting her up here. Her brother is up here on a H2b visa but he had joined a program. Is there anything that I can do?
By Jungel @ USA, CT 

JUNGLELOUS91@aol.com
Tuesday, August 8, 2006


 
K1 Visa - IMBRA
My question deals with IMBRA, I was previously approved and they have recalled my case because I filed after March 6, 2006. On the form it says they want certified court records for any arrests. I was acquitted and my case was expunged, however Immigrations says they want this information anyways. I went to district court and ask them for certified records and they can't give me the records because it was expunged. The only paperwork I have is the court trial summary that I was acquitted and the police department saying that they have complied with the expungements. What do I send back to immigration with the RFE and on the form it says domestic violence, but on the trial summary it was second degree assault. Please help.
By Tim @ Maryland, USA 

whatyouwant@verizon.net
Tuesday, August 8, 2006


 
Keeping maiden name on citizenship paper
I got married before becoming a citizen. I am now a citizen but kept my maiden name on the citizenship paper (my status is married on the paper). I want to apply for my husband because he is here on a student visa. Does the fact that my citizenship paper has my maiden name cause a problem?
By Shirley @ USA, New Jersey 

sfran68@optonline.net
Sunday, August 6, 2006


 
Continued monitoring after US Citizenship obtained
Is it legal for INS to continue to monitor a person after US Citizensgip has been applied for and granted? Monitoring that includes phone recordings, GPS units applied to cars etc?



By @  


Saturday, August 5, 2006


 
Helllllp?.
Question:
I came over on a visa waiver married a usc and have currently been illegal 3 years im just wondering what my options are and what can i expect should i wish to return home?
By j @


Answer:
How is it you married a citizen but remain illegal? The marriage ended? Your spouse refused to file? If not, have your spouse file the petition immediately. Is there proof of your entry? This may be your problem.

By Clairmont Chung @  


Monday, July 31, 2006


 
Return or stay
Question:
GOOD DAY MR CHUNG
MY BROTHER CAME UP ON A ONE WAY VISA BECAUSE OF A TOURNAMENT GAME MY MOTHER IS A CITIZEN I AM A CITIZEN CAN ANY ONE OF US HELP ME BEFORE TIME RUN OUT AND I MEAN OUT HE HAD ONLY TWO WEEKS
By KIM @ USA, NY
Answer:
Your mother should have petitioned for him some time ago. If your brother is under twenty one years of age and single, he should have a visa available very soon. So do not do anything silly and spoil his long term chances. He should seek an extension or leave as agreed. Sorry about the delay in answering.


By Clairmont Chung @  


Monday, July 31, 2006


 
Does a British Passport help.
Question

My fiance/caymanian citizen had a charge against him in 1996. He paid a 500 fine. The charge shows to be waiverable but he was denied a USA visa due to section A. When we reapplied, he was denied due to section B, not strong ties to his home country. He also carries a British passprot and hence would not need a US visa. The visa was only needed as a waiver due to the old charge. Do you think he will be able to travel to the US on his British passport without any problems?
By Denise @ Grand Cayman Cayman Islands

Answer:
crucialsubjects@yahoo.com
Entry is never guaranteed, even for green card holders. Its worth it to try with the British passport but nothing is guaranteed. You never said where the offenses occurred. If in the US, his chances of entry are significantly reduced.

By Clairmont Chung @  


Monday, July 31, 2006


 
overstay
i came over on a visa waiver married a usc and have currently been illegal 3 years im just wondering what my options are and what can i expect should i wish to return home?
By j @  


Wednesday, July 26, 2006


 
How do I start the process for my friend to visit.
Question:
I have a friend that wants to come visit me in the states. He would return back to Jamaica but before I start any paperwork I wanted to know where I could get more information on the visiting visa.
By Row @ USA, TX
Answer:
You need to send your friend a letter of invitation. Describe your relationship and why the visit is so important. Your friend then takes the letter to the consulate in Kingston. Thats it.
Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  


Tuesday, July 25, 2006


 
H1 B visa
Question:
I recently received a job where the oranganization is willing to petition on my behalf for my H1 work visa: during what time period is best for the company to petition & when should I apply to meet in the annual employment quota.
By Dwight McCaulsky @ USA, NJ.

Answer:
Normally you apply in March of the year in question (2007), I would apply before the expiration of the practical training. in fact get an extension of the practical training so as to remain in status. If you loose status you loose, period.

GoodLuck


By Clairmont Chung @  


Tuesday, July 25, 2006


 
Collecting pension in Jamaica
I have a 81 year grandmother living in jamaica and I would like to know how could I go about getting pension for her.I a am living in the state but I would like to know what can I do to help in her situatuion.Thank Joan
By Joan Fletcher @ East Orange New Jersey

Janetts30@yahoo.com
Wednesday, July 05, 2006

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security oversees pensions in Jamaica. You may contact them at .jis.gov.jm/labour/index.asp. If your grandmother or her husband worked, she should be eligible for some benefits.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, July 24, 2006


 
I came as a child. What are my options
Question
Hello. I came to this country under another individual's passport when I was 3 1/2 years old. I am now a 19 year old high school graduate. I plan on attending a school which has a high job placement rate at the end of their 13 month course. Is there any type of accelerated process that would aid me in getting my papers quick? My mother was thinking about marrying me to a citizen but thats highly illegal and i dont want to do that.
By Kevin @ Brooklyn, New York

k_shiznit@yahoo.com
Friday, June 30, 2006

Answer:
No Kevin, unfortunately no accelerated program exists for people in your position. I gather your mom is not in a position to petition for you. You can explore a student visa. A bogus marriage can lead to more complications.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

Clairmont@muzikmedia
Monday, July 24, 2006


 
Follow up
Thank you sir for the response. Can you explain to me the part when you wrote that it will be an embarrassment should I decide to travel abroad. Are they going to look at the record--by the way, it has been expunged since February 2006--and detain me bec. of this record? why would they do this? and who will make the arrest granting I did not do anything wrong at that time? I plan to travel to the Phil. and Thailand by the end of the year. I would very much appreciate your response. Thanks..
By jasmine @ tx

Answer:

Embarrassment is the detention in the event there is something on your record. Many states do not offer expungment. The FBI and Immigration may have access to files believed to be expunged. This could result in detention and embarrassment. Double check with the authorities that charges have been expunged
By Clairmont Chung @  


Friday, July 21, 2006


 
H 1 Visa Petition
MR. Chang:

My Option Practical Training Work Employement (OPT) status will expire in January, 2007. I recently received a job where the oranganization is willing to petition on my behalf for my H1 work visa: during what time period is best for the company to petition & when should I apply to meet in the annual employment quota.
By Dwight McCaulsky @ USA, NJ. 

mccauldw@shu.edu
Friday, July 21, 2006


 
THANK YOU
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE HELP YOU HAVE GIVING TO MO AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO HAVE SUBMITTED GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU ALWAYS THANK YOU
By KIM @ USA.NY 

MOHAGONY69@HOTMAIL.COM
Friday, July 21, 2006


 
FILING
GOOD DAY MR CHUNG
MY BROTHER CAME UP ON A ONE WAY VISA BECAUSE OF A TOURNAMENT GAME MY MOTHER IS A CITIZEN I AM A CITIZEN CAN ANY ONE OF US HELP ME BEFORE TIME RUN OUT AND I MEAN OUT HE HAD ONLY TWO WEEKS
By KIM @ USA, NY  

mohagony69@hotmail.com
Friday, July 21, 2006


 
immigration
My fiance/caymanian citizen had a charge against him in 1996. He paid a 500 fine. The charge shows to be waiverable but he was denied a USA visa due to section A. When we reapplied, he was denied due to section B, not strong ties to his home country. He also carries a British passprot and hence would not need a US visa. The visa was only needed as a waiver due to the old charge. Do you think he will be able to travel to the US on his British passport without any problems?
By Denise @ Grand Cayman Cayman Islands 

crucialsubjects@yahoo.com
Thursday, July 20, 2006


 
follow up question
Thank you sir for the response. Can you explain to me the part when you wrote that it will be an embarrassment should I decide to travel abroad. Are they going to look at the record--by the way, it has been expunged since February 2006--and detain me bec. of this record? why would they do this? and who will make the arrest granting I did not do anything wrong at that time? I plan to travel to the Phil. and Thailand by the end of the year. I would very much appreciate your response. Thanks..
By jasmine @ tx 


Thursday, July 20, 2006


 
Petitioner with a record
Question:
my boyfirend is a US citizen, he has been aressested a few times, no convictions. he has a pending case before him. If he is convicted he will have to pay a fee. I overstayed my VISA can he still file for me when were're married?
By Flurtbug @ NY, USA

Flurtbug7@aol.com
Thursday, June 29, 2006

Answer:
Flurtbug?????
Anyone can file a petition. A petition should not be denied because of the record of the petitioner. However, you, the beneficiary, should have a clean record. If your boyfriend is a citizen and you entered the country legally, there should be no problem.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  


Wednesday, July 19, 2006


 
convictions and citizenship
Question:
I applied for US citizenship and got interviewed by an immigration officer last May 3rd but was denied citizenship because I was arrested for assault on a family member. This charge was eventually reduced to class c and was expunged. I even had to attend family violence classes beforet hey could get this case dismissed. With all this immigration issue going on, is my status as a green card holder in trouble because of the arrest which was eventually expunged? I was never on probation by the way. When can I reapply for citizenship and what is the guarantee they will be approved granting there have been no more arrests made? My husband was naturalized May 15th 2006 as a US citizen. I am quite bothered by this issue and fearful of my present status bec . of the arrest.
By jasmine @ TX, USA

Answer:

Jasmine, nothing is guaranteed. Citizenship is discretionary. The officer making the decision relies on her experience, the law and instincts in granting you citizenship. If you reapply and encounter the same problem, you may have to file an appeal and ultimately take the issue to Court and have a Judge decide. However, your conviction will remain a problem and even though it does not appear serious enough to result in your removal/deportation, it can result in the embarrassment of detention if you travel abroad. I do not have all the facts of your situation and can only make general points. This is not intended as legal advice.

By Clairmont M. Chung @  


Wednesday, July 19, 2006


 
need as much advise as possible
good afternoon,
i came here on a six month visa in 99, and never return. i am currently in nursing school, well i am almost finish. i've heard of instances where sponsorships are offer via hospitals. however i was recently arrested and charge with a misdmeanor (petty larceny), the case was dismissed providing i stay out of trouble for six month. how does my arrest affect me getting a green card? what are the chances of me getting a green card giving my current situation i.e when i finish school next spring.
By anonymous @ brooklyn, ny 

sexydk@netzero.com
Wednesday, July 19, 2006


 
some one who need some advise
mr chung,
i am marraed and get my green card but my wife become very rude and she is telling me she will have them take away my green card i did nothing to her can that happen just like that?
Please help me with an answer thank you.
By eagleeyes @ ny 


Saturday, July 15, 2006


 
Work Permit

Question:
how long does it take to get a work permit once i get married to an american.
By kim @ ma

Answer:
Every local INS office operates at its own pace. Some take a few weeks, some take a few months to process work permits. The larger the number of immigrants in the state the longer the wait.

Good Luck
By Clairmont Chung @  


Saturday, July 15, 2006


 
Fiance Visa
Question: FIANCE VISA
GREETINGS AND BLESSING SIR CHUNG
I RECENTLY FILED A FIANCE VISA AND MY FIANCE CAME TO AMERICA HOWEVER, HE HAD TO GO BACK HOME IN JAMAICA BECAUSE OF FAMILY EMERGENCY WE WERE TO GET MARRIED ALL BUT WE DIDN'T. WILL I BE ABLE TO RE-FILE THAT VISA OR NO WHAT CAN I DO TO GET HIM BACK HERE
By KIM @ USA,NEW YORK

Answer:
Yes, Kim you can re file anytime.
Sir Chung ..I will never kneel before anyone with a sword in their hand.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  


Saturday, July 15, 2006


 
Visiting Visa
I have a friend that wants to come visit me in the states. He would return back to Jamaica but before I start any paperwork I wanted to know where I could get more information on the visiting visa.
By Row @ USA, TX 

jamaicalove31@yahoo.com
Saturday, July 15, 2006


 
work permit
how long does it take to get a work permit once i get married to an american.
By kim @ ma 

esylee88@yahoo.com
Thursday, July 13, 2006


 
RE: I NEED YOUR HELP
My mother in law is petitioning for my husband, she is now a citizen what actions should be taken in order to speed up the process. What steps should my husband take petitioning for his wife living here, and step-son (10) living in Jamaica. Although his mother is petitioning and she just got her citizenship could she add my son and myself. Even though he was petitioned for as not been married?
What is the best thing to do.

Thanks
By Zoe @ USA/CT 

Zoe@yahoo.com
Sunday, July 9, 2006


 
pension
I have a 81 year grandmother living in jamaica and I would like to know how could I go about getting pension for her.I am living in the state but I would like to know what can I do to help in her situatuion.Thank Joan
By Janetts @ East Orange New Jersey 

Janetts30@yahoo.com
Wednesday, July 5, 2006


 
pension
I have a 81 year grandmother living in jamaica and I would like to know how could I go about getting pension for her.I a am living in the state but I would like to know what can I do to help in her situatuion.Thank Joan
By Joan Fletcher @ East Orange New Jersey 

Janetts30@yahoo.com
Wednesday, July 5, 2006


 
applying for U.S citizenship to recieve my social security
Hello. I came to this country under another individual's passport when I was 3 1/2 years old. I am now a 19 year old high school graduate. I plan on attending a school which has a high job placement rate at the end of their 13 month course. Is there any type of accelerated process that would aid me in getting my papers quick? My mother was thinking about marrying me to a citizen but thats highly illegal and i dont want to do that.
By Kevin @ Brooklyn, New York 

k_shiznit@yahoo.com
Friday, June 30, 2006


 
Can he fil for me?
my boyfirend is a US citizen, he has been aressested a few times, no convictions. he has a pending case before him. If he is convicted he will have to pay a fee. I overstayed my VISA can he still file for me when were're married?
By Flurtbug @ NY, USA 

Flurtbug7@aol.com
Thursday, June 29, 2006


 
FIANCE VISA
GREETINGS AND BLESSING SIR CHUNG
I RECENTLY FILED A FIANCE VISA AND MY FIANCE CAME TO AMERICA HOWEVER, HE HAD TO GO BACK HOME IN JAMAICA BECAUSE OF FAMILY EMERGENCY WE WERE TO GET MARRIED ALL BUT WE DIDN'T. WILL I BE ABLE TO RE-FILE THAT VISA OR NO WHAT CAN I DO TO GET HIM BACK HERE
By KIM @ USA,NEW YORK 

trenzzy89@yahoo.com
Thursday, June 29, 2006


 
Is there a skilled worker visa available?
Question:

Greetings Mr chung:
keep on assisting us the way you are doing. However, I live in Connecticut for the past seven years. is it true when I complete my RN course I can obtain my papers because its a shortage in the nursing sector. And they will give me my papers. I over stayed.
By k. Smart @ USA. Ct


Answer:
Hi K.
I believe your questions refer to an employment petition. An employer may sponsor certain qualified persons in areas where certain skills are in short supply. For example, a hospital may petition on your behalf. First you need to complete your course of study and , then, find a hospital or other institution willing to file the petition.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Tuesday, June 27, 2006


 
How long do I have to wait?
Question:

What are my chances!!
Hi Mr. Chung, I have over stayed five years in this country. I have a child since living here, what are the chances for folks like myself. I work, pay my taxes, I came here legally. With this new law coming what can I do to become legal as far as this new law is stating? My husband's mom has gotten her green card five years ago. She is petitioning for him, how long will this process take for him to get his papers and should he go back home to receive them?
By Akibba Adu @ USA

Answer:

Hi Akibba

I cant comment on a law that remains in debate. In fact, there is no new law. Your husbands mother needs to become a citizen before she petitions for him. As a married child of a citizen, your husbands may have to wait as five years or longer depending on his country of nationality. An unmarried child becomes eligible sooner. You may be able to adjust along with your husband through his mothers petition. But no one knows how long any petiition takes.

Good Luck


By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Tuesday, June 27, 2006


 
travel?????????
hi mr.chung,blessings.i will be flying domestic on the 1st july,can i use an international drivers licence issued in jamacia,its up to date. i have overstayed on my visa and need to know if i can use this or my passport that has my landing stamp in it that shows when i landed here in the us, please an early early response would be very much appreciated. thanks.
By carla @ delaware 

carla@hotmail.com
Tuesday, June 27, 2006


 
Dwi
I sent my paper work for removal of condition on my green card through marrage and I got a second DUI during the wait period ( I had one more 6 years ago) It is a gross misdeminor charge in MN. Can I have problems with that and if yes what are those.
By tanya @ US, MN 

vyasna@yahoo.com
Monday, June 26, 2006


 
 
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