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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
 
Us citizenship application
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 

jdoodz71@cs.com
Sunday, June 25, 2006


 
UNSURE
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 

K.Smart@hotmail
Saturday, June 17, 2006


 
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 

Adu@hotmail
Saturday, June 17, 2006


 
Do I have immigratiion rights through my child
Question:
My daughter was born in the US and I was told I have cetain rights but I am confuse because Ive been hearing different stories.What I REALLY WANT TO KNOW IS WHAT MY RIGHTS ARE CAN I GET MY STAY IN THE US AND CAN HER DAD ALSO.
By NANA @ st.kitts

Answer:
Hi Nana
You have no rights through your daughter, unless she is over 18 years of age. At that time she can petition for you. You only have a right to a hearing in the event the INS attempts to remove/deport you. In order for you to remain in the US, you must have a lawful basis independent of your daughter. Another close relative ( like your mom) or employer may be able to petition for you.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Saturday, June 17, 2006


 
Expungement
Question:
Employment
I pled guilty to a misdemeanor 12 years ago. My attorney recently filed for an expungement of my record. I'm changing jobs which I will be starting in the coming week. Do I have to tell my employer about my previous arrest being that the expungement hearing should be in about 2 weeks? Do you think that my new employer will find out about my criminal past in 2 weeks or will the process be lengthier?


Answer:

These are not questions of law. I cannot predict how long any background search will take. The technology now available affords very quick searches. I cannot advise you as to whether to tell your employer or not. These are personal decisions and we can only estimate the length of time for any process.

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Saturday, June 17, 2006


 
CONFUSE
My daughter was born in the US and I was told I have cetain rights but I am confuse because Ive been hearing different stories.What I REALLY WANT TO KNOW IS WHAT MY RIGHTS ARE CAN I GET MY STAY IN THE US AND CAN HER DAD ALSO.
By NANA @ st.kitts 

kimele_296@hotmail.com
Tuesday, June 13, 2006


 
Employment
I pled guilty to a misdemeanor 12 years ago. My attorney recently filed for an expungement of my record. I'm changing jobs which I will be starting in the coming week. Do I have to tell my employer about my previous arrest being that the expungement heiring should be in about 2 weeks? Do you think that my new employer will find out about my criminal past in 2 weeks or will the process be lengthier?
By Kimme Katel @ USA, NJ 


Tuesday, June 13, 2006


 
conspiracy law
Does Jamaica have a conspiracy to commit murder law?
By dina cozza @ USA 

Jaqua-d@webtv.net
Wednesday, May 31, 2006


 
scared!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Question
hello mr chung,i have overstayed on my 6 months visa and need to travel domestic.do you think its wise enough to travel after what is going on now?,i would be using my passport and the landing stamp is shown in the book,although i know they only look at the picture to see if its the right person travelling,i am just scared they would just turn the pages and discover my landing time.please mr.chung,i am awaiting your answere.thanks
By angie @ philly

Answer
Domestic travel requires no investigation into your immigration status. It is unlikely that airline and airport personnel would question your status. However, depending on your profile, a routine security check could lead to a deeper investigation and the revelation of your status.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com 973 494 0170
Tuesday, May 30, 2006


 
Green card holder wants to petition for childrens father
Question:
Green card holder

Hello there keep up the good work and thanks so much. I am a green card holder , 10 yr . I would like to get married to my daughters father hes in Jamaica. I would like him to visit us more often. If we do get married can he obtain a green card? He does not have a visa. Also how log do i have to wait to file citizenship? Thank you once again and keep up the good work. You are doing something special for free for us that needs advice.

Answer:
Hi Sabrina

If you received green card holder more than 5 years ago, you are eligible for citizenship. If you obtained your green card through a citizen/husband, you need only wait three years for eligibility. If you fall in one of these categories, file for your fianc. You may marry him and file as a spouse or file as a fianc.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com 973 494 0170
Tuesday, May 30, 2006


 
Filed a pettion but wants a divorce
Question:
ex-wife
hello i have a question Ive been married for 8 years separated for about 6 years but still tried to help with his papers .we have 1 child I want to get a divorce now but my husbands paper work is processing im not sure how far he got
we had one interview but i missed it because my child was hospitalized that was about 4 years ago i have no idea whats going on now with that my question to you is can he still get his visa without me since the papers were already in the system he over stayed his visit


Answer:
Ex wife
I doubt whether there is any petition pending for your husband. If, you, the petitioner missed the interview, the INS usually dismisses the petition. Without official knowledge, I could only speculate that your petition for your husband has been dismissed. You need to refile the petition.

Good Luck
By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Tuesday, May 30, 2006


 
scared!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hello mr chung,i have overstayed on my 6 months visa and need to travel domestic.do you think its wise enough to travel after what is going on now?,i would be using my passport and the landing stamp is shown in the book,although i know they only look at the picture to see if its the right person travelling,i am just scared they would just turn the pages and discover my landing time.please mr.chung,i am awaiting your answere.thanks
By angie @ philly 

angie3@yahoo.com
Monday, May 29, 2006


 
Green card holder

Green card holder
Hello there keep up the good work and thanks so much . I am a green cardd holder , 10 yr . I would like to get married to my daughters father hes in jamaica. I would like him to visit us more often. If we do get married can he obtain a green card? He does not have a visa. Also how log do i have to wait to file citizenship? Thank you once again and keep up the good work. You are doing something special for free for us that needs advice.
By Sabrina @ GA, USA!

Available upon request


By sabrina @ GA, USA! 

Available upon request
Thursday, May 25, 2006


 
exwife
hello i have a question i'v been married for 8 years seperated for about 6 years but still tried to help with his papers .we have 1 child I want to get a divorce now but my husbands paper work is processing im not sure how far he got
we had one interviwe but i missed it because my child was hospitalized that was about 4 years ago i have no idea whats going on now with that my question to you is can he still get his visa without me since the papers were already in the system he over stayed his visit
By @ usa,nj  

www.kitkats42@yahoo.com
Wednesday, May 24, 2006


 
DOES A CRIMINAL PAST AFFECT THE PETITIONER
Question:
Hi,DUI?
Hi, I am just wondering if they do a background check on the american citizen who is applying for his fiance to move there with him and if he was arrested for DUI 6 years ago would that come into account in our appeal?
By Marie @ UK

Answer:
The INS is concerned with the record of the fianc, not the petitioner. So, no, the DUI arrest should not be a problem. By the way my name is not, DUI?

inwillufallforme@gmail.com
Friday, May 05, 2006

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 22, 2006


 
I NEED YOU HELP, I IGNORED AN ORDER TO RETURN HOME,
Question:
GREETINGS, I have been in this country since 1980. Iam from jamacia and I had got into a little trouble a couple of years ago and was asked to leave the country and never did so. I have children born here but never married.INS sent papers to my brothers house asking me to turn myself in but I have children to support what should I do?
By OMARI @ QUEENS NY

Answer:
This question requires more information and investigation. It sounds as though the INS ordered your deportation/removal and gave you time to leave. But you never left and you never appealed the decision. I believe the time to appeal has expired, however you may still have a basis to appeal depending on a review of all the circumstances.Speak with a competent attorney

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 22, 2006


 
OVERSTAYED ON H2B, WHAT DO I DO?
Question:

I HAVE OVERSTAYED ON MY H2B VISA AND I WAS WONDERING WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP IN APPLYING FOR A GREEN CARD
By CALEEN @ JAMAICA

Answer:

We apologize for the delayed response your question. However, your employer may be able to petition for you. You did not say whether you were stilled employed by the same outfit. Marriage to a citizen is another avenue open to you.

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 22, 2006


 
Green card holder
Hello there keep up the good work and thanks so much . I am a green cardd holder , 10 yr . I would like to get married to my daughters father hes in jamaica. I would like him to visit us more often. If we do get married can he obtain a green card? He does not have a visa. Also how log do i have to wait to file citizenship? Thank you once again and keep up the good work. You are doing something special for free for us that needs advice.
By Sabrina @ GA, USA! 

Available upon request
Sunday, May 21, 2006


 
Answer for the divorce question
HELP
Divorce
I have been married for about 4 years now , we have been seperated for a year and have now decided it isnt gonna work. I have a 10 yr green card with him. I want to change my name and go back to my maiden name is that possible? Is it going to affect my green card. Also can I file for my mother even though i am not yet a citizen?
By Dee @ USA
By Sabrina @ USA

NA
Tuesday, May 09, 2006


Answer

You can change your name to whatever, whenever you feel like changing it, even when your married or not married to someone, you have the right to keep your name as whatever you want.

By chris singh @ NY, US 

nrg@gm.com
Wednesday, May 17, 2006


 
HELP
Divorce
I have been married for about 4 years now , we have been seperated for a year and have now decided it isnt gonna work. I have a 10 yr green card with him. I want to change my name and go back to my maiden name is that possible? Is it going to affect my green card. Also can I file for my mother even though i am not yet a citizen?
By Dee @ USA
By Sabrina @ USA 

NA
Tuesday, May 9, 2006


 
Dual-Citizen
Good Day, if you are in the US Arm Force and have already filled for US Citizenship (not yet processed) how can you change it to dual-citizen status?

By Talya @ Okinawa, Japan 

talya1o1@yahoo.com
Monday, May 8, 2006


 
Hi,DUI?
Hi, I am just wondering if they do a background check on the american citizen who is applying for his fiance to move there with him and if he was arrested for DUI 6 years ago would that come into account in our appeal?
By Marie @ UK 

willufallforme@gmail.com
Friday, May 5, 2006


 
I NEED YOU HELP
GREETINGS, I have been in this country since 1980. Iam from jamacia and I had got into a little trouble a couple of years ago and was asked to leave the country and never did so. I have children born here but never married.INS sent papers to my brothers house asking me to turn myself in but I have children to support what should I do?
By OMARI @ QUEENS NY 

missaman606@hotmail.com
Friday, May 5, 2006


 
OVERSTAYED ON H2B
I HAVE OVERSTAYED ON MY H2B VISA AND I WAS WONDERING WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP IN APPLYING FOR A GREEN CARD
By CALEEN @ JAMAICA 

CJCALPAUL@AOL.COM
Thursday, May 4, 2006


 
Cost of Filing
Question
Cost Of filling
Good Day to you Mr.Chung, my question to you is, How much would it cost to put through the necessary filling in order for me to obtain my Green Card.
By Dian Davis @ U.S.A. New Jersey
Answer

Dian you need to call my office

744 Broad Street, 16th Fl
Newark, NJ 07102
973 494 0170
973 494 0176 fax

By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 1, 2006


 
Conditional status and convictions
Question

I am a conditional green card holder filing for removal of conditions as of today and I was cited in federal land in Utah for possession of controlled substances. A misdemeanor in federal court. I pleaded not guilty and I am waiting for a court date. The plea bargain offered by the DA is fine and 1 year probation and the case will be dismiss. Will this matter affect the removal process, should I disclose the matter to INS? thank you kindly for all your help! your advise is greatly appreciated
By perterj @ idaho, us

jonaliri@hotmail.com
Thursday, April 20, 2006

Answer
PeterJ
Usually, your record is not a factor in the removal of conditional status. Your record should already be with the INS. However, any conviction is an issue and especially if you plan to travel. Several factors need to be evaluated before any professional opinion could be offered in your case: Your length of stay in the US; your criminal history, if any; and so on. You stated the plea offer is a misdemeanor in Federal Court. Misdemeanor possession cases are usually handled in state court. Federal and State Court have very different penalties. However, if its a conditional discharge, you should be OK. Seek competent counsel

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @ 744 Broad Street, 16th Fl Newark NJ 973 494 0170 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 1, 2006


 
us divorce from jamaican citizen
greetings mr chung
my question is, am I able to file for divorce in the us if my wife is in jamaica? If so where do I start and does the same rule of laws in jamaica follow in the us. such as do I have to wait 12 months before filing for divorce?
By mr c @ florida

Answer

You can file your divorce complaint in the US The laws require that you reside in the state where you file your complaint. The length of residence may vary from state to state. The waiting time may depend on your grounds for divorce. For example in New Jersey, if you file a no fault divorce, you must have been separated for over 18 months and have resided in the state for I year.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @ 744 Broad Street, 16th Fl Newark NJ 973 494 0170 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 1, 2006


 
Marriage and Child Support
Question
Marraige & Child Support!
Hiya, my fiance is a US Citizen and he has 3 kids from another relationship in the past and he owes money in child support. I'm just wondering if this will effect our case for marraige and me being allowed to stay there? Also if he gets behind in child support, can they take it out of my money since we're married or not? Thanks for your help!
By Jennifer @ Ireland

Answer

Hi Jennifer

The number of children your fianc fathered or the amount of child support owed, should not affect your petition. You are not responsible for child support he owes unless you file taxes jointly. The IRS can take your tax refund to pay child support arrears.

By Clairmont Chung @ 744 Broad Street, 16th Fl Newark NJ 973 494 0170 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, May 1, 2006


 
Jamaican citizenship
If I married a Jamaican citizen, how long do we have to be married before I am considered a citizen? And if we would divorce does that mean I lose my citizenship status? Really need to know the answers before I make a really big mistake
By Teneal @ PA, USA 

annkj1975@yahoo.com
Monday, May 1, 2006


 
Divorce
I have been married for about 4 years now , we have been seperated for a year and have now decided it isnt gonna work. I have a 10 yr green card with him. I want to change my name and go back to my maiden name is that possible? Is it going to affect my green card. Also can I file for my mother even though i am not yet a citizen?
By Dee @ USA 

N/A
Sunday, April 30, 2006


 
Conditional Discharge
I have a disposition from the court and it says conditional discharge with 1year in paranthesis beside it. Now by definition a conditional discharge means that after the conditions are satisfied which would be the 1 year I should have no criminal record ie(disorderly conduct). However, I don't know how the court defines this in their terms. My question is, where can I obtain any info about clearing my record.
By jc @ ny 

kalric_lee@yahoo.com
Tuesday, April 25, 2006


 
What to Do
I am a citizen who wants to file for my boyfriend who lives in Jamaica. I wanted to know if it would be better to fill for a fianc visa or to get married and then fill for him. Also want to know which one move faster.
By Janice @  

Rudegal89@yahoo.com
Tuesday, April 25, 2006


 
Cost Of filling
Good Day to you Mr.Chung, my question to you is, How much would it cost to put through the necessary filling in order for me to obtain my Green Card.
By Dee @ U.S.A. New Jersey 

Didaye7@hotmail.com
Friday, April 21, 2006


 
Cost Of filling
Good Day to you Mr.Chung, my question to you is, How much would it cost to put through the necessary filling in order for me to obtain my Green Card.
By Dian Davis @ U.S.A. New Jersey 

Didaye7@hotmail.com
Friday, April 21, 2006


 
removal of conditions
I am a conditional green card holder filing for removal of conditions as of today and I was cited in federal land in Utah for possession of controlled substances. A misdemeanor in federal court. I pleaded not guilty and I am waiting for a court date. The plea bargain offered by the DA is fine and 1 year probation and the case will be dismiss. Will this matter affect the removal process, should I disclose the matter to INS? thank you kindly for all your help! your advise is greatly appreciated
By perterj @ idaho, us 

jonaliri@hotmail.com
Thursday, April 20, 2006


 
us divorce from jamaican citizen
greetings mr chung
my question is, am I able to file for divorce in the us if my wife is in jamaica? If so where do I start and does the same rule of laws in jamaica follow in the us. such as do I have to wait 12 months before filing for divorce?
By mr c @ florida 


Wednesday, April 19, 2006


 
Marraige & Child Support!
Hiya, my fiance is a US Citizen and he has 3 kids from another relationship in the past and he owes money in child support. I'm just wondering if this will effect our case for marraige and me being allowed to stay there? Also if he gets behind in child support, can they take it out of my money since we're married or not? Thanks for your help!
By Jennifer @ Ireland 

sportsmad69@hotmail.com
Wednesday, April 19, 2006


 
Can a permanent resident with children petition
petition of a lwaful permanent resident
hello sir! i would like to know if my husband can still petition me though he has a case before, misdemeanor,. he is a lawful permanent resident of the USA. he is still on the process of clearing his name. the case was ten years ago. he was on probation before and there was early termination of probation.
By michelle @ philippines

Yes a permanent resident with children can petition for a spouse.However he needs to apply for citizenship. In his current status a petition for you will take a very long time.. I believe you are in the Philippines.

Good Luck
By Clairmont Chung @  

973 494 0170
Wednesday, April 19, 2006


 
Lost documents
rudeboypicny

Your marriage to the citizen appears to be over. You will not be able to receive any documents based on a failed marriage. Your petition has probably been dismissed/abandoned. You must move on to your current relationship. Get a divorce and remarry.

Good luck
By Clairmont Chung @  

973 494 0170
Wednesday, April 19, 2006


 
Disorderly person offenses and citizenship
JC
Generally, disorderly persons offenses do not result in deportation/removal. However, each case is different and you may need in depth advice before you proceed. You shouid avoid travel until you receive your citizenship. Even though you may not be removed from the US, travel could result in your detention and embarassment.
Good Luck
By Clairmont Chung @  

973 494 0170
Wednesday, April 19, 2006


 
Q about MOC
Hiya, I was just wondering if you are marrying a US Citizen, does it matter if he has kids or not? Like does it have some sort of effect on the Marriage and all the papers and things?
By J @ Ireland 

jen18@eircom.net
Monday, April 17, 2006


 
lost wallet
mr chung this is DL again(rudeboypicny)I failed to mentioned that i lost my wallet with my Florida liscense and ssc card in it also in my wallet was my work perment. I've been in the country since 1994 and i have a son but i cannot obtain work without these documents. How do I go about obtaining them without hassel. remember I am married to a US citizen whom I haven't had contact with in over 8 years. I am currently filing for divorce . I now and have been residing with the mother of my son for 3 years. I need employment, but I need those documents first. Is it as simple as going to the INS and obtaining a work perment. without any complications.Please advise me while we wait on the divorce process.NO I-94 either. thank you
By DL @ US florida 

rudeboypicny@yahoo.com
Sunday, April 16, 2006


 
Need an nswer
Hi Mr. chung. I am a permanent resident since 1998, but I was arrested in march 2004. I plead guilty to a disorderly conduct and paid a fine. My question is will this affect me in any way to obtain my citizenship or if I do decide to travel outside of the U.S? Can I get this expunged?
By J.C @ New York 

kalric_lee@yahoo.com
Friday, April 14, 2006


 
I 94 rude bwoy

Derrick

We aplogize for not responding to your question in this comments section. But the attorneys agreed that your question is important enough to answer in the "Law and You" segment during the Muzikmedia TV show. But the answer is that you need to get a divorce and marry your new girlfriend, if she is a citizen. The prior application you filed should protect you from having to leave the country to adjust your status. Check 'This week om MM" for my TV version of the answer to your situation.

One love rude bwoy ... respect
By Clairmont Chung @ 973 494 0710 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Sunday, April 9, 2006


 
need alot of help
i came into this country illeagal 8 yrs ago but i have a record a guy i met told me he was 18 & we end up having a sexual relationship he was 15 he had lie to me i was 21 at time we were in court i end up getting 2yrs probation and register in the megans on the lowest rank .i am married to an american but seperated at the moment have never file could i do even though i have a record i also have two kids

By @  


Sunday, April 9, 2006


 
scared to flie
i've bee in this country for 16 years was married recieved my working papers they expired during the process of my divorce my ex wrote immigration a letter during the marriage due to some domestic dispute we had. can i still file under dmv petition. have 1 child not from that marriage
By valencia james @ nj 

vjames699@yahoo.com
Sunday, April 9, 2006


 
Response
Mr chung i check the messaga board daily i still Have not heard a response. re:No I-94 submitted on April 2nd, thanks
By DL @ US florida 

rudeboypicny@yahoo.com
Saturday, April 8, 2006


 
Canadian and St.Lucian friends
Victoria

One of you need an immediate family member or an employer to petition for you.When one gains legal status, apply for the other. There is no other way for both of you to live legally in the US.
By Clairmont Chung @ 973 494 0710 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Wednesday, April 5, 2006


 
RE: CANADIAN AND ST.LUCIAN FRIENDS
Thank you for your respose. so, how would i go about residing or becoming a resident of the united states, new york specifically so that we(my boyfriend and I ) may be together?
Thanks again
By Victoria @ Toronto, Ontario 


Tuesday, April 4, 2006


 
concerned wife
Dear Mr. Chung:
My husband was born in Guyana and has been in this country since he was 7 years old. He is now in state prison under his second felony and has a INS hold on him. I am a citizen and we have been married for 6 years. My question is with us beening married and him with the hold and this beenng the second time having this hold,is there a chance he will get deported?
By The misses @ US, NEW YORK 

misschin1203@yahoo.com
Sunday, April 2, 2006


 
no i 94
I entered the US in 1994. I got married to a citizen in 97. She never showed up to the immigration appt. I did obtain a DL and Social Security card then. I have not seen or heard from my wife in over 10 yaers and I am trying to locate her. I donot have a I-94. i have since lost my wallet that contained my DL and Social Security Card. Beuase of 911 do i still need proof of entrance in to the country to replacee these documents that were obtained pre 911? also I have been residing with the mother of my son for the last 3 years whom I plan yo marry. Could you advise me on the proper steps to take being that I am already in the system.
By dferrick Lofters @ US florida 

rudeboypicny@yahoo.com
Sunday, April 2, 2006


 
Can a green card holder with a conviction petition for a spouse?
Hi Michelle from the Phillipines

Have your husband petition for you as soon as possible. He should apply for citizenship immediately after he qualifies. The problem with the conviction will be resolved at the appropriate time. It is not an immediate issue.
By Clairmont Chung @ 973 494 0170 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Saturday, April 1, 2006


 
petition of a lwaful permanent resident
hello sir! i would like to know if my husband can still petition me though he has a case before, misdemeanor,. he is a lawful permanent resident of the USA. he is still on the process of clearing his name. the case was ten years ago. he was on probation before and there was early termination of probation.
By michelle @ philippines 

vichelle_08@yahoo.com
Saturday, April 1, 2006


 
Citizenship
Kemmie

No questiion, you should list the incident when asked. Some attorneys feel you should always disclose and some disagree. However, your offense does not appear too serious. Let us know how things work out. Call for an appointment, if you have more questions.

Good Luckj
By Clairmont Chung @ Newark NJ 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com 973 494 0170
Friday, March 31, 2006


 
Adopted but no papers
Wiid we want

This case needs more careful review.You may have a chance. An attorney would need to review all the papers before he or she can suggest any options.

don't sleep on it.
By Clairmont Chung @ Newark NJ 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Friday, March 31, 2006


 
No 1-94, yes problem...
Lou Lou

Yes, one can obtain a green card without having an I 94. However, the person must have had a petition or labor certification filed on their behalf, before April 30, 2001. If not, not even marriage to a citizen would help. These kinds of cases need more careful review than available here. A lost I-94 can be replaced.

Good luck

By Clairmont Chung @ Newark NJ 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Friday, March 31, 2006


 
Canadian and St.Lucian friends

Victoria from TO

Unless your boyfriend is a US citizen, he can do nothing for you. Based on the information you gave, he cant live in Canada and you cant live in the US. You need to ask a Canadian attorney about your friends return to Canada.

Good Luck, Thanks for asking the question and let me now how things develop.

By Clairmont Chung @ 744 Broad Street, 1yth Fl. Newark NJ  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Friday, March 31, 2006


 
Dismissed charges and your green card
Tim from NC

The incident in 2000 should not affect your application. You were never convicted of the offense and the arrest was expunged. My only caution is that you disclose the incident when asked. Stay away from the violence.You good to go.

Good Luck

By Clairmont Chung @ Newark, NJ 

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Friday, March 31, 2006


 
citizen ship
i had a 4TH DEGREE assult charge expunged. I'm applying for my citizenship, on the application, should I list charge and check "yes" I've been arrested. Or should I check "no" because it's expunged. I need some assistance..
By Kemmie @ USA, Georgia 

ranking121@yahoo.com
Thursday, March 30, 2006


 
hi mr chung i realy realy need helppp plzzz!!!
ok i came to the US when i was 15 years old my cuosin desided to help me get my greencard and stuff so she let her mom which is my aunt adopt me that happen a couple months after i came i was still 15 then they said i had to stay 2 years till i get any thing greencard or anythingg but then things happened and i had to end up moving to ny which i didnt even get a chance to stay 2 years with with my aunt now that im almost out of high school and ready to go to college soon and at least find a job i cant because its like i'm illigal alian ......soo what can i do now what moves can i make i really really need help
By a person who needs help @ ny 

wiid_we_want@yahoo.com
Thursday, March 30, 2006


 
Jamaican Boyfriend
Princess in Charlotte

Your boyfriend can file for a divorce in Jamaica or wherever he resides. There is nothing you can do here in the US.

Good luck
By Clairmont Chung @  

clairmont@muzikmedia.com
Monday, March 27, 2006


 
MY FRIEND CAME TO THE STATES WITHOUT A VISA OR I 94 HE IS MARRIED TO US CITIZEN .
WHAT ARE HIS CHANCES.LET UTHANK YOU S KNOW.
By LOULOU @ BK NY 

checklouout@9HOTMAIL.COM
Sunday, March 26, 2006


 
can one get green card without an i 94 and visa AND married to a us citizen.
please help us
By loulou @ BROOKLYN NY 

checklouout@9HOTMAIL.COM
Sunday, March 26, 2006


 
US visa or permanent resident for Canadian citizen
Hello,
I am a Canadian citizen engaged to a citizen of St. Lucia who is currently living in New York city on a visa. He is unfortunately at this time unable to legally enter Canada due to legal situations that arised when he was living in Canada. If we get married, 1) would it be possible for me to receive a visa or permanent residency in order to live with him in the US,2)is there anything that he is required or able to do on his end in terms of the paperwork in order for me to live there legally and 3) overall since he is not a US citizen or permanent resident and only there on a visa, what would be our best bet in order to live together legally? Apparently in order for him to reenter Canada, he must wait 5-10yrs for a pardon to be approved..is there anyway to expidite his pardon process (he also has a 8 yr old child living in Canada from a previous relationship)?
Your response and advice in whatever depth will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
By V @ Toronto, Canada 

victoriagk55@hotmail.com
Friday, March 24, 2006


 
 
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