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In NJ how long can a student in college receive child support?

A:  Generally, child support continues until a child turns 18 or graduates from high school. When support continues past that time, it is normally due to a special clause in a divorce decree. There is probably not anything you can do here; you were not a party to the divorce, and the child in question is long past the time when most support orders would terminate. Hopefully dad is a decent guy and will continue to help while his son is in college. If he doesn't his best bet for additional financial aid is to be financially independent and be his own head of household. He will qualify for way more aid on his own than he would as a dependent of either of you....

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Coming back to the U.S. after overstaying visa and receiving a 3 year ban. Mexican.?

A:  Well even if she was given an offical ban for three years -- and unless that was done in writing I''d be surprised if that''s so. If the ban was in fact based on the belief she had been illegally working, then I think the thing she should do is simply apply for a new visa, bringing with her to the interview all the evidence she can to show that she had previously complied with her prior visa, what she was doing in the US and why, etc. If she can establish that her previous conduct was correct and that any overstay was very short and unintentional and that she was neither working nor likely or intending to migrate, she might get a visa immediately, That said, in the...

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Any Immigration Experts out there? I need advice

A:  Your question has been already answered in britishexpats and you won''t get different answer by asking in another forum. Wow are you the immigration forum police? Andrew, if I want to seek further advice or opinions on our potential move to Canada it is of no concern to you how I go about doing it. I appreciate your business'' offer of assistance in this matter, it is something my wife and I will consider and get back to you on. As I have become aware, immigration is a competitive market with many legal firms/consultants offering fee based advice in this field and the cost appears to vary massively, we will be seeking a couple of quotes and recommendations before we make our final decision. It never hurts to get a second opinion hey! I am sure that you know your trade, however I am keen to...

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Do I really need a lawyer to apply H-1B?

A:  I am NOT an attorney. 1.Although I belive I am qualified to apply H-1B visa, is there any chance I will be failed of my application? How can I avoid the failure. There is always a chance for approval or denial as one can never know what they consider on a case-by-case basis. How to avoid failure? Contact an attorney! 2. Do we really need a lawyer? How much will it cost generally? You really do not need an attorney, because there are so many DIY kits available on the net, but with the caps going on quickly and so many details, you better off making sure nothing goes wrong. Just do a search on the net H1B visa and you can figure out the fees for H1B. Try to get references on the attorney you...

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I think I'm an Alien of Exceptional Ability... Do I have a chance?

A:  I need some advice... My specific circumstances, and job, are quite individual so I really have no idea what the best way for me to proceed regarding working in the US. Any help you guys can give will be greatly appreciated :) I am a club/radio DJ who plays a UK genre of music which is fast catching on in many US towns. I wouldnt say I am at the top of my field yet, however I am well known within the scene. I have played in the UK and internationally for 4 1/2 years. Obviously due to the nature of my work there aren''t recognised qualifications/degree''s as such... (although I do have a radio presentation qualification!) I have several US contacts who say that there is a need for a UK DJ in the states as they need some direction and guidance on developing their side of the scene. Also, I...

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Daughter of a Chinese fiance/wife is facing deportation, because the gov''t dragged their feet. Is there recourse?

A:  My wife is an immigration attorney and at least one day a month they let folks come in for free consultations. I''d call around different immigration law firms and see if they do the same. Also, you can ask them for local groups that help out folks in situations like this. Are there any local Chinese groups that can help? I''m an engineer and pride myself on being reasonable intelligent, but immigration law is almost incomprehensible to me. Best of luck to your friends....

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How to sue a Judge?

A:  "sallie mae" <salbelmae...hotmail.com> wrote How can I sue this Judge or what can be done, can I file for a Declaratory relief, where issues of other side''s complete lack of merits and Judge''s improper conduct can be decided on facts? You can try approaching the Judicial regulatory committee of your State Supreme Court and the District Attorney''s Office/Attorney General''s Office for administrative relief/criminal charges. Title 42, seqs. 1986, 1985, 1983 might be of some use to you, and you may even be able to apply RICO. The stripping of immunity is the difficulty, but ''deprivation of civil rights'' that they *knew* they were doing is the key. Chas On 15 Feb 2004 11:11:49 -0800, salbelmae...hotmail.com (sallie mae) wrote: How can I sue this Judge or what can be done,...

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Buying a used car in California tomorrow, is there a grace period of insurance?

A:  I''m going to be buying a used car tomorrow, from a private party, and I currently have no insurance nor a policy with another vehicle. I was planing on driving it home, until I can get it registered, but I don''t know if there is any grace period during change of ownership for insurance, in California. Due to the fact, that you are ALLOWED to drive it without it being registered for 10 days, how can one get a non-registered vehicle insured? Wouldn''t for the insurance to be valid, the car would have to be registered? And to obtain a policy, indivual, wouldn''t you need to have the car on the policy? Thanks any answers promptly would help me. You have to get insurance, there is a difference between having the registration changed, which takes time and an officer...

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Can anyone advise me about the H-3 visa ?

A:  Hello all, I hope someone can clarify this situation for me: I''ve been offered a position with a large international financial company in New York, and I''ve just finished the OPT period of an F-1 visa (I graduated from a master''s program at MIT). But the company missed the deadline (or rather the cap limit was reached) for applying for an H-1B visa for next year and the immigration law firm they employed advised them to apply for a H-3 visa on my behalf. this is the company trainee visa, which makes sense as I will need extensive training... but are there any potential problems with this visa? how easy is it to...

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Expired I-94..How to come back to US?

A:  My answers inline: "gkher" <member...british_expats.com> wrote in message news:1051314.1068141557...britishexpats.com... If I get the passport request after 15 Jan 2004, then how can I land in Canada as well as come back to US ? You can''t unless you have a valid I-94 that you do not surrender when you leave the US. Also, a precondition is that you should not belong to the list of "restricted countries" Read: http://travel.state.gov/tcn.html 1) If 7th yr extension gets approved, then I can go to Canada based on new I-797 but to come back to US, Yes, as long as the EoS was filed along with the I-129 and the approval notice included the new I-94. I would be needing a new H1 stamp in my passport . Not necessary. See above. Can I do H1...