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How can my parents Kick an adult child out of their home, in the state of Georgia? I live with my parents and they previously used a 1013 to kick me out of their house. What does the police need to have in order to kick me out of my parents’ house?Your parents sound frustrated with you, as if they feel they have done what they can to help you and are now at their wits end. They COULD file an eviction with the court, which your future employers throughout your life will see EVERYTIME they run background check on you prior to hiring. (Think you will get the job?). They COULD file a restraining order on you (again, guess who sees this throughout your life?). And they COULD just call the police and tell them you don't live there anymore, that you were kicked out and the police will escort you out, with nothing more than their word. Society is getting fed up with the “entitlement brats” of today. I know 3 people I attended school with who STILL live with their parents, went NO where in life, and are now 55–58 years old! Do you want to be that person? How old are you? 18? 28? I ask because some kids may need more time to prepare at 18/19. I encouraged my kids to stay home as long as they can TO SAVE TO BUY A HOME, not to freeload. To prepare, not leach. To keep the family unit strong and close, not weak and destroyed. How are things going? Why stay where it's not healthy? Why be where you are told you aren't wanted? Much better opportunity to heal your family relationship when you get out on your own and thrive. And trust me, YOU WILL be much happier. And so will your parents. Wouldn't it feel great to show them your success, how you made it without their help, all on your own? Sometimes it takes strong steps forward to make your strides. But you will, once you are personally 100% responsible for you. If you aren't working, GET A JOB:-) Hopefully you can find an affordable rental where you live. Find a roommate or two to share the expense. Find work close to your residence so you don't need transportation. I used to walk several miles (1 & 1/2 hour walk) to/from work, loved the walking, but winters were awful for that. That was in the 80′s, so quite awhile ago! I hope you will work on these things. I hope you choose to thrive. There is so much life to be lived! Good luck to you
How can I take my child (16yrs) to the U.S if my immigrant visa is approved? My husband, a US citizen, filled out form I 130 for me and mentioned this child as migrating in future.Just petition using a I-130 yourself. Read the instructions very carefully. I am not sure but it’s possible that the affidavit of support will need to be filled by your husband since he is the citizen and he filled one for you - again, check the instructions very carefully. It should be a pretty clear, straightforward process.Your child is still well below the age limit and should be fine. If there are any problems, do the same thing you did with your own process - use the numbers you are given to check on the process and if you see it stuck call to make sure they have everything they need early.It is my understanding that the age limit of the child is based on the petition date, so go ahead and do it.You still have plenty of time at 16, just don’t delay.
How do I fill out the N-600 certificate of citizenship application if you already received a US passport from the state department and returned your Greencard as the questions seem to assume one is still on immigrant status?In order to file N-600 to apply for a Certificate of Citizenship, you must already be a US citizen beforehand. (The same is true to apply for a US passport — you must already be a US citizen beforehand.) Whether you applied for a passport already is irrelevant; it is normal for a US citizen to apply for a US passport; applying for a passport never affects your immigration status, as you must already have been a US citizen before you applied for a passport.The form’s questions are indeed worded poorly. Just interpret the question to be asking about your status before you became a citizen, because otherwise the question would make no sense, as an applicant of N-600 must already be a US citizen at the time of filing the application.(By the way, why are you wasting more than a thousand dollars to apply for a Certificate of Citizenship anyway? It basically doesn’t serve any proof of citizenship purposes that a US passport doesn’t already serve as.)
How can I file a motion to stop the mother of my child from moving out of state while we’re going through a divorce?It is mostly by demonstrating to the court that court ordered visitation rights cannot be “reasonably achieved”, if the ex-spouse moves out of state. And full disclosure, I am not a lawyer.The first step is to understand that you cannot file a motion that has a chance in hell of succeeding. You need a good divorce lawyer, and by that I mean not one with an 800 number on a bulletin board along the highway. And it won’t be cheap.Step two (which your lawyer!!!!! must do) make sure you get sufficiently stringent visitation rights. (i.e, Skype, phone calls, etc do not constitute visitation). That lawyer should also be able to file a temporary restraining order, preventing the mother from vanishing out of state with you child, until,the entire matter can be settled by the courts. If she ignores the order, and leaves anyway, she is in contempt of court, which will help your case later on, and may result in a summons and/or bench warrant for her.But you have to move fast. If she’s already gone, your odds for success diminish.Step three is demonstrate that to actually practice the visitation mandated by the courts, that it would put an “unsustainable burden of expense) on you, or that it would impact your employment in such a way as to put your ability to pay child support in doubt.The courts almost always side with the mother in these matters, so there has arisen in the legal community a sub-discipline that specializes in father’s rights, and I suggest you find one of those, not a run of the mill divorce attorney, whose main concern is usually who gets what property, and who pays alimony and child support to whom.Do NOT try and be a lawyer if you aren’t one, and if you are one, remember “An attorney who represents himself has a fool for a client”I would suggest contacting your local American Bar Association, and tell them what you need.But a word of caution, if the mother of your child is moving as part of her career, not just out of spite, I don’t think you should hold any false hope.In my mind, the best solution would be a situation where you share custody (joint custody),which will preserve the child’s rights should he or she choose to life with you, and an arrangement where who has physical custody at the time, receives child support (your child, in a year or so, elects to live with you, you don’t want to be stuck paying child support to the woman who no longer is paying for the child’s physical needs.In short, get a lawyer, a good one, that specializes in father’s rights. And good luck.
How does one run for president in the united states, is there some kind of form to fill out or can you just have a huge fan base who would vote for you?If you’re seeking the nomination of a major party, you have to go through the process of getting enough delegates to the party’s national convention to win the nomination. This explains that process:If you’re not running as a Democrat or Republican, you’ll need to get on the ballot in the various states. Each state has its own rules for getting on the ballot — in a few states, all you have to do is have a slate of presidential electors. In others, you need to collect hundreds or thousands of signatures of registered voters.
If every rodent species in the world suddenly became infected with a ravenous form of incurable zombie rabies, and now they're out to kill us, what would we do / how could we exterminate all of them?What would happen if all the zombie nuts would suddenly become sane and stop putting so much time and effort to preparing for a zombie apocalypse,(that will never happen) and did something that benefited society ?
As a Canadian, if you're in the US on a TN visa and switch to being a visitor, how long can you stay? The visitor rule states you can't spend more than 6 out of the 12 last months in the US, but what if those months were accumulated on a TN visa?If you are on a TN visa and loose your job you must leave the country. Generally you are supposed to leave immediately but the Feds recently said you can spend only as much time in the US to wind up your affairs (this also applies to a H1B visa holders who loose their job). You can then come back as a visitor.. and all of the visitor rules apply.. including no employment. This said.. I did not really answer your question because I do not know how long you have to stay out of the US to be eligible to come back into the US.