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David & Zoila

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About David & Zoila

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    Maui No Ka Oi
  • Birthday March 5
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    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
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    Honolulu HI
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  1. What is considered a stop by the police?

    Maybe they will have purple kittens...
  2. What is considered a stop by the police?

    This is all your husband has to study for the test: https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test Sounds like someone out there is making money off of people that don't know the materials are provided for FREE.
  3. You will never be successful suing the US Government. Get that foolish idea out of your head.
  4. Source: Wikipedia, Laws against child marriage The age of marriage in the United States is 18, with the exception of Nebraska (19) and Mississippi (21). Every state allows exceptions to their age of marriage. Most states allow marriage at 16 and 17 with parental consent, and some states also make exceptions subject to judicial approval, or cases of pregnancy. When all exceptions are taken into account, 25 US states[4] have no minimum age requirement.[5][6] Twenty-five of the jurisdictions have a minimum age in these cases, the youngest being 13 (New Hampshire, females only).[7][6]
  5. 1.) You mean a fine? 2.) She mentions she needs follow-up MRI's at 4,000 dollars each. That's a lot more than the fine. Don't get me wrong. I hope she recovers and never has another issue. Praying for her healing now. David
  6. You are required BY LAW to have medical insurance. Under the circumstances I would sign up immediately.
  7. What now you say you already knew you had to divorce? Well if you knew then why did you have to ask and make sure?? You're young mid twenties and you don't know about bigamy? Come on now...you must be a troll cause this is too wild to be real...
  8. I agree with you 100% Ruben. This guy is gonna do what he wants to do regardless of the advice he receives. He might get his wife here sometime in 2019 or 2020 if he's lucky. Why do people ask if they refuse to accept the advice given to them? I, for one am out of this thread now that it is obvious what we say doesn't matter to this guy.
  9. WRONG! Question: How do you spell FRAUD? Answer: Omission
  10. CR-1... He could work almost immediately upon arriving in US. But I would be willing to bet he will be unwilling to put in the work required for that either.
  11. This fiance of yours sound very bored or lackadaisical . All I can tell you is my wife was in the Philippines (we did a CR-1) and she ran around all over the place gathering documents. She spent hours in line at government offices, having to go back several times to every office. She had to fly to the island where she was born 3 times to get her birth certificate. And she and I were so excited we couldn't wait to get everything prepared. There's something wrong here. And seriously, who works 72 hours per week? That might not be totally true. Someone is getting cold feet. I wouldn't go further if I were you. Sorry this is happening to you. Good luck, God Bless and Merry Christmas, david
  12. DENIED!!

    That was exactly what I was thinking.
  13. I know, right? Not getting the answers he wants so he is ignoring the advice given here. Typical.