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  • Rough Neighbor
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Someone12:
    sorry RN, but anyone who is not a greedy, ethically challenged immigration attorney is unpatriotic when supporting any illegal alien/visa cheat....we have rules for a reason...but you, Proud, Brit the Wan.ker and a few others would rather sell out your country to dirtbags....(and immigration attorneys...they just want the money) </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    The rule of law applies both ways. It's punitive for the guilty, but provident to those who are worthy of its benefits or protection. Again, dura lex sed lex, and no amount of immigrant-bashing could change that.

    Did you ask davdah yet whether he got or not his money's worth with his hired attorney(s)?

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    sorry RN, but anyone who is not a greedy, ethically challenged immigration attorney is unpatriotic when supporting any illegal alien/visa cheat....we have rules for a reason...but you, Proud, Brit the Wan.ker and a few others would rather sell out your country to dirtbags....(and immigration attorneys...they just want the money)

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  • Brit4064
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    How No Brain can say RN isn't patriotic when she said this on another thread:

    Wherefore, one and all, old and new immigrants, have been driven and lured by the common pursuit of a new life in a new world - the American Dream known to all mankind the world over - with the same struggles, aspirations, hopes, and freedoms, that taken collectively cause to form the strong foundation of USA as the greatest nation known to man.

    If that isn't patriotic enough for you then you're an idiot. The No Brain moniker is correct.

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  • Rough Neighbor
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by NO AMNESTY!!!:
    and the law should be even harsher for traitors like rough neighbor. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Prove that I'm a traitor. I'll wait. Whereas, I don't even have to lift a finger to prove that you and the likes of S12 are unpatriotic (translation: idiotic) antis that give Americans a bad name - your rotten posts are there for all to see!

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  • NO AMNESTY!!!
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    and the law should be even harsher for traitors like rough neighbor.

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  • Rough Neighbor
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Someone12:
    note that this unpatriotic greedy individual doesn't care that the OP is nothing more than a lowlife visa cheat, who has no respect for our laws....just interested in billable hours... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    The law is harsh [for unpatriotic (translation: idiotic) antis like you], but it's the law.

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    note that this unpatriotic greedy individual doesn't care that the OP is nothing more than a lowlife visa cheat, who has no respect for our laws....just interested in billable hours...

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  • Lena Korial-Yonan, Esq.
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    Yes your mom can petition for you as her biological son over the age of 21 years old and unmarried. This is assuming that your mom is a US citizen and can prove it (US passport or certificate of naturalization or US birth certificate). She will need to (at a much later point) file form I-864 but you will need a co-sponsor (someone else as well) file form I-864 for you, as well. Since she has not been living in the US for 15 years, your mom may not be approved to be your Financial sponsor. The form I-864 requires proof of filing US income tax return OR that she has a lot of money in the bank. In any event, anyone who is a green card holder or US citizen, who makes over a certain amount and who is willing to file the financial sponsorship papers on your behalf can step into her place and you will still qualify, as long as your mom also submits form I-864 on your behalf in addition to the qualifying joint sponsor.

    Please note that you need the assistance of an immigration attorney, as you are out of status (B-2 is expired) and adjustment of status under the current laws may or may not be possible. For processing times in case your mom does file for you, please go to http://www.needimmigrationhelp.com and click on Visa Bulletin under Useful Resources.

    Sincerely,
    Lena Korial-Yonan, Esq.
    http://www.needimmigrationhelp.com
    Lena Korial-Yonan PA
    9425 Craven Rd, Ste #5
    Jacksonville, FL 32257

    The above is not intended as legal advice and an attorney client relationship has not been created.

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  • Scott J
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    Wow... Nice post federale86. I don't know why I always like your post. I really find the post very interesting. Short and simple. Anybody can understand... Keep up the good work.

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  • NO AMNESTY!!!
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    what is she doing in that commie country?

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  • Webster
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    Thanks, for the advice, I will let him know about this and the fraud okay.

    Thank you.

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  • federale86
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    No, only residents of the U.S. can sponsor relatives. She has to move to the U.S. Please note that his entry on a B-2 in lieu of an immigrant visa may result in an IV petition being denied for fraud.

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  • Webster
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    If a person's mother is a born US citizen and living in Venezuela for over 15 years and had a son - who is now living in the US, entered on a B2 visa, is 26 years old. Can the US mother petition him?
    Please advise.

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  • Webster
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    Mother is a US living in Venezuela

    If a person's mother is a born US citizen and living in Venezuela for over 15 years and had a son - who is now living in the US, entered on a B2 visa, is 26 years old. Can the US mother petition him?
    Please advise.
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