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Judson T. Tucker
The divorce will not be granted while your wife is still pregnant.  Barring some extraordinary facts, you are the presumed father of the child since you are married to the mother at the time of birth.  So, yes the baby should have your last name.  You should consult a lawyer... Read More
The divorce will not be granted while your wife is still pregnant.  Barring some extraordinary facts, you are the presumed father of the child... Read More
Judson T. Tucker
Yes, the father of the child can be listed on the birth certificate whether he is married to the mother or not.  He would sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity at the hospital.
Yes, the father of the child can be listed on the birth certificate whether he is married to the mother or not.  He would sign an... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
You have a 60 day grace period to remain in the United Stated upon completion of your F-1 OPT. You may not work without valid employment authorization. You may be able to extend you F-1 status by obtaining a new I-20. You should speak to the DSO. You can read more about student visas... Read More
You have a 60 day grace period to remain in the United Stated upon completion of your F-1 OPT. You may not work without valid employment... Read More

Do I risk deportation from the US?

Answered 9 hours ago by attorney Wendy Rebecca Barlow | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Immigration

Wendy Rebecca Barlow
You are likely not at a significant risk of deportation though anyone who has stayed beyond his/her authorized stay may be placed in removal proceedings. You should quickly make the necessary corrections. You may want to consider working with an attorney to avoid future rejection. I am also... Read More
You are likely not at a significant risk of deportation though anyone who has stayed beyond his/her authorized stay may be placed in removal... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
There simply may be a glitch in the system. I recommend you contact USCIS's customer service hotline. The phone number is on the bottom of the filing receipt. In the interim, you can read more about H-1B at http://myattorneyusa.com/work-visas.
There simply may be a glitch in the system. I recommend you contact USCIS's customer service hotline. The phone number is on the bottom of the filing... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
You need to notify the National Visa Cebter that you recently naturalized. You do so by sending a letter with a copy of your naturalization certificate. This letter should include the relevant case information. Your son may be able to file for adjustment of status in the near future. He cannot do... Read More
You need to notify the National Visa Cebter that you recently naturalized. You do so by sending a letter with a copy of your naturalization... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
Unfortunately, the only way to obtain a copy of your certificate of citizenship is to complete the form and pay the filing fee. You may be able to obtain a copy through the Freedom of Information Act but this would not be acceptable evidence of citizenship. It would simply be a photocopy of the... Read More
Unfortunately, the only way to obtain a copy of your certificate of citizenship is to complete the form and pay the filing fee. You may be able to... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
You would either (1) a court order granting sole legal custody to you (unless child’s travel is restricted by that order) or (2) a court order specifically permitting you to apply for the child’s passport. 
You would either (1) a court order granting sole legal custody to you (unless child’s travel is restricted by that order) or (2)... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
No. There is no such provision. A United States must be at least 21 years of age to petition for a parent. You can read more about family immigration at http://myattorneyusa.com/family-immigration.
No. There is no such provision. A United States must be at least 21 years of age to petition for a parent. You can read more about family immigration... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
You may be able to renew your green card. It is not clear on what basis you obtained a green card. It is also unclear if you ever received a green card because you refer to a work permit initially. When did you obtain your green card? How long was your green card valid for? 
You may be able to renew your green card. It is not clear on what basis you obtained a green card. It is also unclear if you ever received a green... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
I understand you are concerned about your husband. However, there are limited options available once someone fails to depart pursuant to a voluntary departure order. Your husband will need to seek release from ICE. This requires contacting his ICE officer. The relief you are seeking is... Read More
I understand you are concerned about your husband. However, there are limited options available once someone fails to depart pursuant to a voluntary... Read More
Wendy Rebecca Barlow
I understand your and you are concerned about your boyfriend but please understand it is difficult to assess what can be without knowing his immigration history. It is not clear whether he has been ordered removed or pending removal proceedings. I would recommend you consult an attorney directly... Read More
I understand your and you are concerned about your boyfriend but please understand it is difficult to assess what can be without knowing his... Read More

I -140 (NOID)-EB2 category

Answered 9 hours ago by attorney Wendy Rebecca Barlow | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Immigration

Wendy Rebecca Barlow
Your best bet is to discuss the issue with the attorney handling the Form I-140. He/she has access to the entire file and therefore, in the best position to provide guidance. If you want a second opinion, you should take the complete file to an attorney for review. You can read more about degree... Read More
Your best bet is to discuss the issue with the attorney handling the Form I-140. He/she has access to the entire file and therefore, in the best... Read More
Michael E. Fiffik
First off, the disposition of your life insurance is a broader estate planning question that should be answered after taking into consideration your family situation, your assets and how they are titled and whether you have a will currently.  I'd suggest that you retain an estate planning... Read More
First off, the disposition of your life insurance is a broader estate planning question that should be answered after taking into consideration your... Read More
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