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Questions concerening immigration process for a permanent resident at u.s. airport!!!?

A:  As long as she has an I-551(green card) she will have no problems with immigration. Now if she will stay out of the country for more than 180 days she will have to apply for a re-entry permit. It a fairly easy process. She can apply at any Port Of Entry. if she has a green card she will be fine with immigration It depends on how much time she stays out of the country. Resident can stay out of the territory for up to 6 months without losing their Residency. However, the officer at the airport may determine that some questionnaire must be filled out (at his/her discretion), since she needs to prove that she''s staying for that long for a good reason and is truly interested in residing legally in this country (and it''s not looking only at the benefits of being a resident). My friend went...

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In the u.s. how is it possible that..................?

A:  states can adopt or create or get rid of any law they want, as long as that law (or lack of law) doesn''t violate the "supreme law," which is the u.s. constitution... Occasionally, laws get on the books that come up as "Questionably constitutional" (in possible violation of the constitution) or some states or local governents attempt to establish a law that violates the constitution, and so that''s when the Supreme Court is called upon to make a...

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How much total time may a person stay in the u.s. under the VWP?

A:  You can stay for only 90 days on the VWP. And there is NO specific number of times that you can enter the states and there is NO specific time that you have to stay home before you can travel to the states again. It all depends on the customs officer when you go through border control at the airport as to whether you can enter or not. My advice though, is that if you do want to travel to the states more than a couple of times for long periods of time in a year, that you get a visa. My fiance is American and I have travelled to the states from the UK 3 times for 90 days in one year. I did however get questioned the third time I entered the states as for obvious...

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How do you become a citizen of an EU nation?

A:  each country member has its own immigration laws you have to go through Apply for a job in any EU country and when you had stayed a long time thereat, you could already apply for citizenship in the country where you are working. you need student/work visa and staying for a longer period to become eligible of applying citizenship or you may marry a citizen of those countries too....

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Entering the u.s. - Documents required for Foreign Nationals (International Travelers)

A:  A foreign national or alien entering the u.s. is generally required to present a passport and valid visa issued by a u.s. Consular Official, unless they are a citizen of a country eligible for the Visa Waiver Program, or are a lawful permanent resident of the u.s. or a citizen of Canada. The Visa Waiver Program allows foreign nationals from certain countries to be admitted to the u.s. under limited conditions and for a limited time without obtaining a visa. The foreign national must arrive on an approved carrier (if coming by air or sea), staying no more than 90 days, for pleasure/medical purposes/business, and be able to prove they are not inadmissible. The foreign...

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How to get a copy of a will

A:  Probate is a public proceeding. If you know what county your Dad lived and died in, then you or anyone else can go to the probate court and get a copy of the will and the entire probate case file. You do not have to give a reason. Since you are in Florida, it probably would be more convenient for you to pay a copy service to get a copy of the probate file. Now for the bad news. Your adoption legally severed your relationship with your biological father. He could have chosen to leave you a bequest, but, if he did not, you almost certainly do not have any legal basis to contest the will for that reason. Moreover, even if the will is deemed invalid for some reason and your father's estate proceeds under intestacy, you still likely won't have any inheritance rights. As I...

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Bringing a firearm to the u.s. for hunting purposes

A:  Prior to February 19, 2002, foreigners visiting the United states could bring a gun into the u.s. for hunting and sporting purposes without obtaining a permit from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), provided they satisfy the u.s. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers'' examination. However, effective February 19, 2002, ATF will enforce a temporary rule that will require foreign visitors entering the u.s. with firearms to obtain a federal permit through ATF in advance of their arrival. This temporary rule is expected to be in effect until a final rule is adopted. The rule also forbids certain foreign visitors, workers and students from buying guns and...

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Why does Edna Gladney Home in Ft Worth send black and biracial babies outside the u.s. for adoption?

A:  They''ll make a buck any way they can. Statistically, those children are not adopted as quickly here in the US. If Gladney can adopt these children to families in infancy because no one wants them here it prevents them from entering the foster system. Gladney is NON PROFIT so no money is made from adopting children here or outide the US. Abandoned black babies in the USA don''t get the press the overseas babies get - like Haiti. Greed & money? For one it''s because adopting internationally is more the trendy thing to do. And though I don''t know if it was through Gladney, but yes, I understood that before the fad Germany was one of the countries that welcomed our African and biracial babies....

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How to find someone whose name you know who has been given a gift ceritficate by the U.S embassy in australia?

A:  This is the 2nd time you''ve posted this crazy question, isn''t it? Why are you looking for her name from the US embassy if you already have her name? Or do you mean address? In any case, they wouldn''t give you her address, and if she just got some silly certificate years ago, her public info certainly wouldn''t be on their website, or probably not even in their records anymore. I think you should abandon the idea of the Embassy giving you any lead into finding your ex. If you''re really serious, hire a private investigator. Or like someone else said, google her name, search Facebook, etc. But at the end of the day, if you''re having this much trouble finding her, do you think she really wants to be found?? google search...

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How do you become a fan of someone (on yahoo answers)?

A:  You are creeping me out. just click his/her name an it will show there profile and above there photo it should have become a fan or add to contacts Click on the profile and right near the avatar picture there is a place to ''Add to Contacts''....