Anyone able to advise me

Old May 26th 2001, 4:35 am
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Mr Mom in FL
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I am a US Citizen and single father of four. My girlfriend/nanny is Colombian and her
whateveritis has expired. She filed an I-539 application which was denied because she
was out of status. I don't know what that is or what out of status means but I think
she filed too late.

Can you give me any guidance. I have three very young kids who depend on her and are
absolutely crazy about her. I have tried to explain why one woman they loved
disappeared and I do not intend to do that again.

Please respond to [email protected]

Thanks,

Bill
 
Old May 26th 2001, 4:54 am
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Alvena Ferreira
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Mr Mom in FL wrote:
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If you love her, then you can marry her. If you marry her, the INS website indicates
that you can file for her adjustment of status, see this link and read the part about
"spouse already in the US" in the second section of information:
http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/howdoi/Appproc.htm

It appears that you file all documents at the local INS office. You can confirm that
it is possible to file for her adjustment of status, even with her in an out of
status situation, by reading the instructions on the I-485 form (see the sections
regarding who is NOT eligible and notice the EXCEPTIONS for spouses/immediate
relatives of US citizens, link to I-485 form in pdf format at very bottom of the
page): http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/fo...orms/i-485.htm

If you choose not to marry her then she should read this INS website page, paying
special attention to out of status time and how it may affect possible bans from the
US: http://149.101.23.2/cgi-bin/folioisa...oks.nfo/query=[jump!3A!27act212!27-
]/doc/{@1727}/hits_only? (item B13: ALIENS UNLAWFULLY PRESENT)

alvena I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice, this is information in the
public domain that anyone can access if they know the location of the information. As
in real estate, the three most important things with immigration appear to be
location, location, and location.
 
Old May 26th 2001, 6:07 am
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Marilou920
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that's what i thought also, the easy way is to marry her. Again just like Alvena, I'm
not a lawyer too.
 

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