What if an immigrant fathers a child before getting deported?
This makes no difference, I am an American women, I was Born in the U.S., I have a husband who is from Mexico, we have been together for 7 years and we have a 5 year old son, however-the U.S. government will not allow him to stay in this country. If I want my family to be together, I must move to Mexico.
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Deportations It used to be a fairly lengthy process. Because of the new immigration laws put in place by Homeland Security/Congress the deportation process is in most cases quite rapid. Usually the local authorities take the person into custody and hold them for the INS, who transfer them to a fede…ral detainment facility. Not a prison/jail unless the person has committed a crime other than illegal entry. Border guards now have "deportation authority" as do some other federal entities. Regulations are very strict, now and many civil rights organizations are protesting the lack of "due process" for illegal immigrants. Meaning the court hearing, appeals, etc are often waived or speeded up, depending on the situation. ( Full Answer )
No. YOU cannot have anyone deported. Only Immigration and Customs Enforcement can do so. Presently ICE is only focusing on crime-related deportations (since many "illegal" immigrants entered the country legally and were properly inspected but either had visas expire due to a variety of reasons some… of which even include errors and oversights at DHS and USCIS (and its predecessor, INS) and is not pursuing otherwise law-abiding (and in most cases tax-paying) immigrants who have fallen out of status. You can, of course, report the individual to ICE but, if they do take action against them improperly you could very well be civilly liable to the person yourself if it is determined that your report to ICE was improper and selfishly or racially motivated. ( Full Answer )
Can a child who is a US Citizen be raised by paternal grandparents who are citizens if the illegal mother gets deported and citizen father is deceased can the mother ask for the child to be deported?
only if the child isn't a citizen, if he is a citizen then you would have to fly (plane) him over to wherever you live.
Answer . \nYes, it costs the U.S thousands to transport them back. There is no penalty involved for the illegal so they will probably try again and again to sneak over the border. hope this helps. GM
If an illegal immigrant female wants to get married so she gets pregnant and accuses you of being the father what rights do you have concerning the child if it is yours?
You cannot force the father to marry you just because he got you pregnant. You can however have the court order him to take a paternity test to prove he is the father for child support issues. Good Luck!
Can an immigrant who came here on a K1 visa get deported if she gives birth to a US citizen but gets divorced before her status is adjusted to permanent resident alien or receives her green card?
It is a possibility as the divorce invalidates spousal sponsorship, the issue of having a child is usually taken into consideration when the foreign nationals status is considered as is the reason(s) for the divorce (such as domestic violence). United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, htt…p://www.uscis.gov ( Full Answer )
If you are a citizen can you marry and immigrant or alien resident to prevent him or her from getting deported?
Answer . It wont necessarily prevent them from being deported they can still get deported if the INS has a reason to do so although with them being married to a U.S. citizen their chances of getting a green card and being allowed to permanently stay in the U.S. are increased although not always… guaranteed Good Luck and God Bless!!! ( Full Answer )
There is a time limit to be deported. According to the Immigration Neutrality Act, ICE has 90 to deport an individual if they have been compliant in providing their travel documents and signing additional forms issued by ICE called and I-229. The I-229 states that the individual detailed will be com…pliant and provide travel documents for deportation. If an individual has signed the necessary docs, and has provided their travel documents and has not been deported within the 90 day period, they can be released (Get an attorney) If an detainee refuses to be compliant Ice can extend the 90 day deportation time frame.. Usually deportation varies depending on the country's willingness to accept the detainee back to their country. There are some cases where the detainees country will not accept them back to their country, for those individuals they can be released back into the US or deported to another country that is willing to take the detainee. It doesn't matter if they detainee has never had a criminal record, up to including traffic infraction if they are past their Visa limit and on a final order of deportation ICE will detain the alien until deportation. It all depends on the case, if there are any pending petitions or motions with the case (motions pause the 90 removal period) an alien can be detained until the court decided what to do with the detainee. Also if you have a final order of decoration and have stayed in the states beyond a year of the final order of deportation you will incur a 10 yr bar which means you can not reenter the states until 10 years.. Answer . Well, it usually takes up to a month if they don't have to go to court or anything. It also depends on what country they are from. They usually have to wait for their passport, and enough illegal aliens from that same country to send back. You can also contact your local immigration office, they usually have information on that person.. There is no time limit on an unlawfully present foreign national being deported to their country of origin.. The factors of the case determine the outcome.. USCIS or ICE will not discuss any deportation cases with any persons who are not authorized to access the information. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt is nearly impossible for an individual citizen to have an illegal immigrant deported.\n. \nImmigration is the jurisdiction of the federal government and state authorities are reluctant to get bogged down in deportation issues unless the immigrant has committed a criminal offense.\…n. \nThe best option is to file a suit for child support arrearages in the appropriate state court in your county of residence or a better choice enlist the aid of the state's child enforcement division. \n. \nThis action will set a precedence and establish the ground work for the unlawfully present person to be taken into custody by immigration officials.\n. \nBe advised, an arrearage suit and/or assistance from CSE is not possible if there is not already a court order for support in place. ( Full Answer )
it depends on the circumstances that the child is living in. it should matter the child's well- being foremost and first.
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Answer . you could try contacting border patrol who maybe able tbetter assist you. Police not You . possibly you should report them to the police, and let them handle it.
How do you marry your illegal Mexican boyfriend who is the father of your child without him getting deported?
Answer . Do some research on " confidential wedding " with google. In California, you & your guy show up at a wedding chapel and just ask for a confidential wedding. The license and all can be arranged within an hour -- there isn't a blank to fill in that asks about citizenship and nobody els…e outside the chapel needs to know a darn thing. The marriage will be registered in the county. Good luck & congrats. ( Full Answer )
Yes! Any doctor will tell you that the uterus of a woman who has had children is larger. I myself never had a pregnancy and got the IUD anyway, it hurt all the time!
I am pretty sure that depends on the country. But in general, youcan expect to get deported for more serious crimes, the so-called"felonies".
YES, THE ILLEGAL ALIEN CAN BE DEPORTED. IN MOSE CASES, USCIS DOESN'T DEPORT THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT FOR NOTHING. THERE HAS TO BE A REASON. USCIS CAN ALSO ENFORCE THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT TO WORK HERE FOR SOME PERIOD SO THE OTHER PARTIE CAN BENEFICIATE OF A CHILD SUPPORT. BUT, A US CHILD WILL NOT GIVE YOU… RESIDENCE UNTIL HE OR SHE GET 21 YEARS OLD AND DECIDE TO DO IT. ( Full Answer )
If they are in your country legally, you can't. If they are illegal, you should inform the police. In both cases, it is the governent not the people who decides who should stay and who should not.
If illegal immigrants to the US have a child that is born here,they can still be deported. In these cases deportation is usuallytaken on a case by case basis.
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child.
In the US i believe INS is the service responsible so call them, however calling the police would probably suffice.
Yes. Two things might happen, either the parent will be deported with the child also being deported (with the ability to return when they are adult) or else the ICE (INS) will grant leave for the parent to remain until the child is 18.
If he is an illegal immigrant he probably will be. If he is legally in the coutnry he will be afforded the same court privileges as a citizen.
First of all you must have or try to have some sort of commuication with the child's mother. If this fails and you believe that you would make the better parent to raise the child get a lawyer and get your proof together and witnesses and go to court. If you have already gotten full legal and phyica…l custody of your child then your ex wife is breaking the law and can be arrested for violating the custody papers,all you have to do is take your papers to the police station and they will get the child back to you. Make sure you are paying child support most states require that parents pay to the child at least $150 dollars each month weather the parent has a job or not. And the custodial parent can't keep the child away from the other parent if they are behind on support,unless the court has ordered supervised visits. ( Full Answer )
Illegal immigrants are those who are in the US on their own without getting permission from the USCIS. There are some who first enter the US on a valid and legal visa and then overstay comfortably. When they are staying illegally, they put pressure on the existing resources that are being share by t…he legals and the citizens. They also take away the job opportunities of the deserved as they are willing to work for low wages. So only if they have the legal status they should be allowed to stay in the US otherwise deportation is the answer. ( Full Answer )
Because they are in a foreign country ILLEGALLY and must be returned to their own country. Good question though.
Possibly. Just having a US citizen child does not allow a person to stay in the US. There are a lot of facts that need to be analyzed, so I recommend getting an experienced immigration lawyer to help. S/he will need to know the reason that the immigrant is detained, the immigration history, age of t…he child, etc. Good luck. ( Full Answer )
Yes, they can. Unless a child is born in the US it is not considered a citizen of the country. Once the child is born in the US, it will have citizenship. Until that time, the mother can be deported at any time.
Some people believe that because they take the jobs for under minimum wage and do the jobs that most people do not like.
Illegally, if they are not caught, which is still bad. Legally, they can take a country's oath and register to be a citizen.
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 w…ith the parent as well. ( Full Answer )
Ellis island immigrants were deported if they had a disease that was incurable, or sometimes if they failed the Island process . . Added: All immigrants had to pass certain medical health, physical, mental, and psychological exams AND have a firm destination in the US to which they were headed to… be housed by a friend or family member or employer. If anyone failed the exams or did not have a destination to whch to go, they were returned to their country of origin - EVEN if it meant breaking up a family unit. ( Full Answer )
Immigrants from Eastern and Central Europe faced a long and arduousjourney. They likely had to travel down the Danube and head towardports in the Black Sea area like Varna. Once there, they wentthrough weeks or, in some cases, months to reach America's shores.
It is difficult even under the provisions of the Convention On The International Recovery Of Child Support And Other Forms Of Family Maintenance from the Hague Treaty. But, as time passes, and the world gets smaller, this will change, so keep the claim current.
What happens to the children if the mother is deceased and the father is in jail and is getting deported?
Same as if he was not in jail or being deported. If they are not together, the children go to her family or foster care.
Shoplifting isn't a serious crime, however, if the shoplifter is illegal and the police find out, it's a huge possibility that the illegal could be deported. If the immigrant is a legal U.S. citizen, then no.
The child is eligible for the father's Social Security Benefits. If you have limited resources, you might be eligible for TANF and/or SNAP (food stamps) - contact your State's public assistance agency.
yes, my husband is Mexican and we have a child, but they still deported my husband
What is the possibility of an illegal immigrant getting deported after having to go to court for an illegal action?
Extremely high. Why? Because an illegal immigrant breaks the law in the first place coming to a country illegally. Also, if you had to go to court for an "illegal" action, there obviously going to find out your illegal since there will be no documents of you #1, and #2, any normal citizen would go t…o jail if they do a crime, however, if an illegal alien commits a crime, they get deported. ( Full Answer )
Yes, as long as it's not public assistance/SSI. BTW, if the child's RSDI benefit is based on the obligor's SSA account, it is considered child support. If that benefit exceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment.
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, pa…yment records, etc. Be polite but persistent. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
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.
This is a terrible situation for the child. However, they do need to tell someone - if the Mother is around then they should tell their Mother, if not they should tell someone that they trust like an Aunt, Teacher, Social Worker etc. There may also be a telephone number that you can ring for help (i…n the UK Child-line 0800 1111) or the Samaritans. Finally if you can not seem to get help anywhere else you should go to the police and tell them. You really should not have to live with this going on in your life and you do need to get help but doing so takes courage - in the end things will get better if you do ask for help. ( Full Answer )
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
How do i find out if my child's father was deported when he owes court ordered child support and I have no idea where he is?
Contact the child support agency in your area in charge of disbursement/enforcement. They can probably obtain that information.
Individuals do not decide whether or not a non citizen qualifies tobe deported. Such concerns should be addressed to the ImmigrationCustoms Enforcement agency. (ICE).
Unfortunately the custodial parent would not be successful inattempting to enforce a support order against a non custodialparent who resides outside the U.S. Neither state nor federalagencies have legal jurisdiction in such civil matters. What is possible is, any assets such as bank accounts and pr…opertybelonging to the non custodial parent that is within U.S.jurisdiction can be appropriated and used for the absentee parent'schild support obligations. In some situations the custodial parent can file a lawsuit forsupport in the country where the non custodial parent resides. Thisaction, however, can be very expensive and lengthy in nature withno guarantee of support enforcement even if an award isgranted. ( Full Answer )
Custody would normally go to the closest living relative, and if there are no relatives available, the child becomes a ward of the state.
my husband has a another child in other girl my husband accusing me child abused with no exact evidence.what should i do?
Yes, usually. But there are many ways an illegal immigrant can make it difficult to get sent back. In order to to be let back into their country they need a passport. If the passport is "lost", or the illegal immigrant never had one and managed to get in without one there is then a problem. The… government has to prove the person is who they say are in order for the embassy of that country to give them a new passport. The illegal immigrant has no papers. This can take weeks or months, during which you either have to keep the illegal immigrant in prison at the taxpayers expense, or let them out on bail, then they run away. If the illegal immigrant never had a passport, it is even more difficult to prove where they came from. The illegal immigrant can give a false name, and a false nationality. A mexican could claim to be Spanish. The Spanish then say they have no record of somebody of that name, and refuse to accept them. It can cost a lot of time and money to deport an illegal immigrant. ( Full Answer )
This may be possible. It is best to speak to a lawyer and get advice that is specific to your case, and the laws where you and your child live.