DO YOU THINK THEY WOULD SEND HIM BACK TO HIS COUNTRY?

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  1. YV21

    YV21 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Hello, my boyfriend's parents brought him to this country when he was little undocumented, obviously he didn't know anything about it because he was way too little. now I'm pregnant and I apply for the naturalization test so I can do his papers. Do you think they will send him back to his country?
     
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    YV21 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    by the way, we live in New York
     
  3. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Before you even begin to think about sponsoring a LEGAL alien, you need to THINK one hundred times more about sponsoring any ILLEGAL alien.

    Currently, no one knows if Obama's executive order to allow people such as the one you wish to sponsor will be admitted legally, or deported legally.

    The Supreme Court is tied with the recent death of Justice Scalia.
    Obama's executive order was blocked by the fifth circuit appeals court, the Supremes heard the appeal today, a decision won't be known u til June.

    As far as sponsoring an alien, you're required to sponsor him or her, even if you never marry, divorce, he or she goes to prison, essentially you're required to support him even if he chooses not to work, has sex with other people, and on, and on, and on....

    Okay, please read what you're agreeing to do, if you're allowed to sponsor an alien, legal or illegal:


    Affidavit of Support


    Income Requirements to Sponsor an Immigrant - Affidavit of Support - AllLaw.com



    Alternatives to Affidavit of Support Income Requirements
     
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    YV21 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Well, I'm a little bit confuse what do you think I should do? Because I want him to have everything he needs.
     
  5. army judge

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    Unless you have thousands of dollars in the bank, make in excess of $200,000 a year, you could be headed for trouble.

    I suggest you discuss your options with your parents, siblings, grandparents, your best friend, or anyone you trust.

    I wish you all the best. Please, do whatever you think is the best for you and your child.