Marijuana has been legalized in many states but it remains a Federal crime to possess it. If you are a green card holder or do not have immigration status, possessing, admitting to using or even working in the industry could have severe immigration consequences.
No. Although VAWA stands for "Violence Against Women Act" it is available for spouses of any gender who have been abused by their petitioner spouse as well as their derivative children, Do not allow fear of losing your immigration status to keep you or your family in a dangerous situation. Speak to an experienced immigration attorney about your options immediately.
There are many different options for gaining lawful permanent residence in the United States, even if you entered illegally. Each case is unique. The best way to discover your options is to speak with an experienced immigration attorney.
Depending on your situation, there are options for you to file the petition yourself and obtain permanent residence.
That depends on the age that you were at the time of the offense and if you have any priors. There are also options if you were caught with a minor amount of marijuana. An attorney can help you explore different options for waivers.
This is a common belief and obtaining legal assistance can be quite costly. However, many attorneys will work with their clients on cost or payment options or can help point you in the direction of free legal resources to help you do it yourself. Each situation is unique and there are many options for a solution. Call or use the contact page to email the firm and start exploring your options.
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