Yes, a person who owes child support can still be deported. You don't have to be in the same country to pay child support. You can send checks through the mail.
No but theyll lock you up...
Yes. Many nations have a reciprocal agreement with each other regarding child support payments. If you were deported from the US to the EU for example, your country may still enforce your child support payments towards the US.
All you need to do is, petition the court to modify your child support order.
It can be done if the father is living in a country that has an agreement with the US - contact your State's child support agency.
If he was deported back to a country that has an agreement with the US there is no problem, just contact your State's child support agency. If it's a country the US do not have an agreement with you have to apply in his country.
Either scenario is possible.
Yes she can be deported. Since your husband is an American citizen so is the baby and mom can sue for child support. It is his child he needs to pay for the baby he brought into the world.
Contact the child support agency in your area in charge of disbursement/enforcement. They can probably obtain that information.
I hope you aren't going to get rid of you child that would most likely be child abuse, but just like a foreigner can be deported and gang members are deported I am quiet sure. Yes
no Mexicans cant get anyhing now gtfo my America Rique orozco
An illegal alien would not be taken to court to be sued for child support because he would have no documentation. If he was taken, he would probably be held and perhaps deported.
Yes, your child still needs to eat, get shoes, go to school, needs a coat in the cold weather.
Some countries have reciprocal agreements with the US to collect child support. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency. When you get an interview with them, bring all the papers relating to your child support: birth certificates, acknowledgments of paternity, court orders, payment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck!
No as he can't. see link
If the child is otherwise entitled to public benefits, they will still be entitled if a parent is deported. There is no added or forfeited benefits to a child of a deported parent.
Yes, marriage will most likely stop your boyfriend from getting deported. This is why most illegal aliens find American's to marry.
Individuals do not decide whether or not a non citizen qualifies to be deported. Such concerns should be addressed to the Immigration Customs Enforcement agency. (ICE).
yes, my husband is Mexican and we have a child, but they still deported my husband
If the child is a legal citizen they go to the closest legal relative, if there is no one to take the child they go into foster care. If the child is not a legal citizen they will be deported with the parent. If the child is a legal citizen and they aren't registered in school they can be deported with the parent as well.
Perhaps, but the mother should also be charged for harboring an illegal alien.