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U.S. FATHER SEEKS VISITATION OF canadian child

A:  Looks like this one will depend upon the court order. It also looks like canada will have jurisdiction. If your BF wants her to share in the travel costs, he may have to ask the canadian court for such sharing before the court. He may want to talk to a canadian family law attorney in the canadian province/city where this is all taking place. It is generally possible to enforce U.S. and canadian court orders regarding custody, visitation and child support because canada and U.S. have signed the Hague conventions on such issues. But, if the

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child support in Virginia?

A:  You would have to petition the courts, through a private attorney or pro se since this was not addressed in your divorce degree. It would be up to the judge. See below - D6 - child Support Enforcement does not address these issues. D. Age of Majority D1. What is the age of majority in your State? Age of majority is 18. D2. What is the statutory cite for the age of majority? 16.1-228 of the Code of Virginia For Additional Information - Click Here D3. If not addressed in the order, at what age is child support automatically terminated as a matter of State law? Qualify, if necessary. Support will continue for any child that is a full-time high school student, not self-supporting, and living in...

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Should I get a canadian lawyer or an american--Q

A:  Okay, OP, here''s what you need to do. You need a Michigan attorney. Make an appointment ASAP with a local attorney. Tell the attorney you want to file for divorce, because of mental cruelty and irreconcilable differences. Ask the attorney to request emergency child support for you, emergency spousal support ( as you''re a stay at home mom), emergency and exclusive use of the marital home for you and the kids, temporary emergency child custody for you, and request the attorney to ask the court for your husband to pay your legal fees. The rest the attorney will tell you. More than likely, the kids won''t be allowed to leave the US. You if course can go anytime, they can''t, and you...

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What are my options regarding leaving the United States?

A:  If you were born in canada, then you are still a canadian citizen. You will not be able to board a plane for a flight to canada without a passport. You will be able to enter canada by road, but expect a long delay at the border, and a fee from Customs canada because they have to check that you really are canadian. Your better bet is just to get a Passport before you go home. it''ll be much less hassle. As a canadian living in the usa you can apply online here... http://www.ppt.gc.ca/form/index.aspx Richard Call any canadian Embassy for...

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joint custody of my son--Q

A:  Has paternity been established? Did you sign the birth paperwork? If you did, then you probably just need to go down to the courthouse and file for custody. If you are not om the birth paperwork, you need to legally establish paternity first. Originally Posted by thomascallendar I am needing to find out how I can get help on getting joint custody of my son who right at the moment is with his mother. She is threatening to leave New Mexico with him and is refusing to let me see him. How do I go about fighting for joint custody and to keep her from leaving New Mexico? I am also not able right now to afford an attorney at this time, I was told I make too much to get a legal aide...

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Can I leave the country.?

A:  You can go visit your wife, however she can not visit you while the application is being process. ~~Donna~~ > my spouse who is living in canada, > if I leave canada, and go and see her for a couple months Sorry.. .which is it ? she/you are in canada or not in canada.. > canadian residents who leave canada and visit places as tourist All they are doing is re-iterating fact that ''if you go on holiday/business trip or anywhere temporarily, you remain a resident of your country where you normally live - i.e. permanant residence.'' Go on Holiday.. .have a good time. Your spouse''s application and status does however affect where she can go whilst...

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how soon do I need a lawyer?

A:  are you married to the father of the child? Leave the state now before you give birth. ESPECIALLY if you are not married to dad. As for the money you have given him, it is a lost cause most likely UNLESS you have a contract with him....

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How long before PR is revoked?

A:  You must be present in canada for at least 730 days in every 5 years period. If your wife is a canadian Citizen, you may leave indefinitely. (and still retain your PR) Since you stayed in canada for nearly 4 years, if you done it after Landing why not just apply and get citizenship to solve all this? Steve wrote: I''m a Brit Cit whose lived in canada for nearly four years on a PR visa. I''m going back to the UK with my wife and two canadian born sons. I don''t know how long I''ll be back for but if I''m there for more than six months will my PR status be revoked? If so, would coming back to canada for a holiday before...

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Can any one answer a few questions regarding PR applications?

A:  Hello, I, too, feel your pain of this process. My wife is also a japanese national and I am also waiting for her RCMP background check to finish conducting (5 months they say) and I struggled with some of the wordings used. Sometimes it seemed redundant, but I guess they are trying to put it into legal terms. "David" <david_m...rogers.com> wrote in message news:f068f18d.0311110549.2a5d6ba1...posting.google.c om... Hello, I am sponsoring my wife, who is Japanese and currently living in Japan, for a Permanent Resident visa, and we have nearly completed the application. We will be ready to submit it within days. However, although we have all the required documents and supplementary information we are still waiting on the RCMP to conduct their version of a background check....

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Help please, with the Jay Treaty and US Immigration

A:  [Edited and reposted] Date: 6/7/2006 5:35:59 PM "...where do I go or who do I ask while i'm in the US to find out more about this law, or what I do next? " I'm very sorry that the weblinks that were offered before, were of no apparent help to you. I now realize that you are going to need the assistance of an Attorney, who specializes in Indian Treaties and Affairs. In that regard, please access the weblink below. http://www.gklaw.com/attorney.cfm?attorney_id=553 On the first page of the attorneys website, you will see an email address. My suggestion is to send him an email, to see if he can readily assist with your unique needs. The attorneys on this board are indeed very good at what they do, however they may not be...