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Should I Hire A Immigration Lawyers To File Form I-1751 Based On Domestic Violence?
I Left My Now Ex Spouse Due To Domestic Violence And I Need Help In Deciding Whether I Need A Lawyer To File The Paperwork Or If I Should Do It Myself. I Have Evidence Such As Police Reports, Restraining Orders, Police Photos And Court Paperwork. I Did Not File Sooner Due To Finances. I Have Since Remarried And Expecting A Baby In A Few Months But Should I Try And To File Myself Or Use A Lawyer?
I think you mean I-751.
Yes, you definitely need a lawyer. This is not a do-it-yourself matter. Since you have remarried and didn't file sooner you have additional problems. When you divorced your ex and had a conditional green card your green card pretty much expired the day you got divorced making you illegal. You have a lot of problems and you definitely need a lawyer to sort it out.
Immigration Issue: Legal Advice Please?
I Just Recently Married My Best Friend Of Four Years (In April) She Was Brought To The U.S Illegally At The Age Of Two. I Am A Member Of The U.S Marine Corps, Will This Hinder My Military Career? I'M Constantly Worried About Her Being Deported, So I Want To Petition For Her To Become Legal. We Have Spoken To Several Immigration Lawyers. They Tell Us That She Will Have To Leave The U.S, But That They Don'T Recommend That I Petition For Her Right Now Because She Has Such A &Quot;Weak Case.&Quot; If She Has To Leave The Country, I'M Definitely Going With Her. She Is In The Middle Of Obtaining Her Degree So I Need Legal Advice. Should I Petition For Her Now, Will She Be Able To Come Back After She Leaves The U.S, And If So, How Long Will She Have To Stay In Mexico For? Thanks. No Hate Please, I Will Report You. I Need Serious Legal Advice Only.
No, it will not hinder your career unless you have a security clearance.
You should be worried about her being deported. She's one traffic stop away from a trip back to her own country.
The lawyers are all correct. She cannot adjust status in the USA because she has no status and entered the country "uninspected."
It's estimated that she'll spend up to 6 months in Mexico. In addition to the petition she'll need a Wavier of Inadmissibility and she can't apply for it until she's been interviewed in Mexico. Further, you WILL need the assistance of an immigration attorney when it comes to getting the waiver.
This is not legal advice, it's information based on personal experience.
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How Do I Find A Family Court Lawyer?
I Have An Upcoming Family Court Summons
Someone who practices family law.
Try your states Bar association.
What Is The Difference Of Legal Separation From Annulment?
Can You Please Differentiate Them ?
Please Be Informative And If You Have Links Where I Could Find Definitions Please
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"Legal Separation is simply the name of a case. It is a distinct cause of action that can be brought to compel payments of reasonable support or maintenance from a spouse who won't pay voluntarily. To qualify, you must already be separated, without fault on your part. The procedures of this type of case are almost identical to those of divorce and the costs are about the same. A Judgment for Legal Separation will ultimately be entered but the court cannot divide ownership of the marital assets (unless both parties agree to do so). A judgment for Legal Separation will not dissolve the marriage. Legal Separation provides limited relief and is recommended only in certain, unique instances."
"Similar to a divorce filing, a marriage annulment case proceeds with a filing, petition, summons, and ancillary documents. The grounds for marriage annulment are stated in the petition. Many times, annulments occur after very short marriages, so there is no need to divide assets or debts or decide custody of children produced by the marriage."
Information About Germany Drinking And Driving Laws ?
Okaaay, Im In A Military Family And My Dad Is Getting Orders To Germany. I Just Wanted To Know What Are The Legal Driving And Drinking Ages. Like Is It Different On And Off Base ? I Was Researching It Myself And I Saw That The Legal Age To Buy Beer And Wine Was 16. And Driving Was 18. Is That Different For Americans ? Thank You.
Dear Meme Babe,
Okay, my father was career military and I lived in Germany 3 years as a high school student. That was many years ago. But like the US, European countries have been imposing stricter and stricter DUI laws over the past 10 years. 'Drinking' is one thing. 'Drinking and Driving' is another. It's a crime that can put you in jail bigtime. Even wine-guzzling France has strict drinking and driving laws now, for the simple reason that innocent people die when people are allowed to drink and drive.
THE BIG POINT HERE IS the fact that your father is US military stationed in a foreign country and you are there for no other reason than you are his dependent. Do not take this lightly: whatever you do reflects on your father. If you have a drinking/driving accident, your father's employer, the US military, is going to hear about it--for legal reasons for one thing, given you are US military (or US military dependent) who has to appear before a German or other foreign court--and for the reason that the US military does not want to be embarrassed by the behavior of its forces, or their dependents, in a foreign country. As I was taught in school, 'We American dependents are ambassadors for the United States.' For a 3rd reason, if you do have an accident you can be sure that everybody in your military community is going to know about it--your classmates, your neighbors, your teachers, your mother's friends, all of your father's superiors, everybody.
So, for your father's sake, forget about drawing the fine line between 'when you can legally drink, and how much can you legally drink and get away with, etc.,' because chances are you'll misjudge 'how much you legally drank' anyway. And foreign courts are often not kind to Americans who break the law (especially France).
So do your father a favor and don't drink and drive under any circumstances. If still in doubt, ASK YOUR FATHER his opinion on this matter. Regarding 'what age can you legally drive'--ask your father to find out for you.
Good luck to you--you're going to love Germany!