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  • skalvin07
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    Back in 2003 I filed I-130 and I-485 with my husband. Due to several domestic violence incidents. I am considering to file as a battered spouse.

    The flip side is I been charged with several things:
    1. Felonious Assault--Final Disp: Nolle Prosequi 2000
    2.Contemp of Court--Guilty 2002
    3.Issuance of a bad check -- Final Disp: 5/5 suspended. 2003 restitution of $1800
    4. Domestic Violence--Fought back husband--Final disp: 2 probat. then dismissal. 2004

    I know that this seems a lot of trouble that I have gotten into. However, the botton line is that I want to know what would be the possible outcome of this scenario.

    As I researched I know that these are considered aggraveted felonies. Thus I need to get a glance of any available options in my future. Or just forget about filing any documents.

    Currently a provider for three US children and have supporting documentation reporting spousal abuse. My background is somewhat grouded--work as a sub. Teacher and originally from Costa Rica.

    There are a lot of issues pertaining to the reasons for these bad decision making. However nothing justifies the fact; but it is not only limited to a "bad criminal attorney"

    ***Please only serious replies, preferable from immigration attorneys***

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  • skalvin07
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    Concerns...

    Back in 2003 I filed I-130 and I-485 with my husband. Due to several domestic violence incidents. I am considering to file as a battered spouse.

    The flip side is I been charged with several things:
    1. Felonious Assault--Final Disp: Nolle Prosequi 2000
    2.Contemp of Court--Guilty 2002
    3.Issuance of a bad check -- Final Disp: 5/5 suspended. 2003 restitution of $1800
    4. Domestic Violence--Fought back husband--Final disp: 2 probat. then dismissal. 2004

    I know that this seems a lot of trouble that I have gotten into. However, the botton line is that I want to know what would be the possible outcome of this scenario.

    As I researched I know that these are considered aggraveted felonies. Thus I need to get a glance of any available options in my future. Or just forget about filing any documents.

    Currently a provider for three US children and have supporting documentation reporting spousal abuse. My background is somewhat grouded--work as a sub. Teacher and originally from Costa Rica.

    There are a lot of issues pertaining to the reasons for these bad decision making. However nothing justifies the fact; but it is not only limited to a "bad criminal attorney"

    ***Please only serious replies, preferable from immigration attorneys***
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