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Hello. The filing started 4 years ago and between that time and now, the petitioner has been admitted as ward of the state of Florida. We are currently at the submission of Financial Documents and the I-864 Form which she can’t sign. What do we do? Where do we go from here. We have two other joint sponsor but they want the petitioner’s signature and Transcript which she doesn’t have and incompetent to give. 

 

Advise is appreciated

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If the petitioner cannot legally sign it then there is nothing you can do. She needs to be a sound mind to be able to enter into a legal contract. 

 

What exactly have you been in the process of?

 

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1 minute ago, Ontarkie said:

If the petitioner cannot legally sign it then there is nothing you can do. She needs to be a sound mind to be able to enter into a legal contract. 

 

What exactly have you been in the process of?

 

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We went through the entire process while she was deteriorating.

 

Can’t a lawyer sign on behalf of her? 

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2 minutes ago, Tonecia said:

We went through the entire process while she was deteriorating.

 

Can’t a lawyer sign on behalf of her? 

What Process? K1, AOS from Tourist, Work, Student? 

No she is classed as incompetent nothing she signs or a lawyer signs for her will stand up in court. 

Edited by Ontarkie

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1 minute ago, Tonecia said:

So, the process, our monies have been wasted? 

 

There is no way of going around this situation? 

 

Thank you. 

In 4 years did you ever talk to a lawyer? I can't see how you didn't know what you were getting into when she has been deteriorating since the beginning. 


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Does the state of Florida have power of attorney for her? Can they sign on her behalf through a petition?

 

This is to bring the woman’s spouse here?

 

(note this is just a question and I do not know the answer.)

Edited by Rose711

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If you're adjusting status within the US as the spouse of a US citizen, and she is mentally incapacitated, you have more to worry about than getting a signature on the I-864.  Even if you figure out a way to get a legal signature from a state official, there will be an AOS interview and you would be asked about the bona fide marriage relationship, sometimes both spouses are required to attend that interview to satisfy the condition that the marriage is ongoing.  Your bigger problem is the future of your marriage.  It sounds like it will be impossible to continue a normal marriage relationship with someone who is a ward of the state, so you have some decisions to make regarding your future, and that may include going back to your home country because you cannot adjust status.  Good luck!

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12 hours ago, Tonecia said:

So, the process, our monies have been wasted? 

 

There is no way of going around this situation? 

 

Thank you. 

What process, what visa? I still can't make sense of who the woman is and who is petitioning whom.

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29 minutes ago, Tonecia said:

My Grandmother is the petitioner but has become very sick. She was competent when she started the filing but is not anymore. 

AGAIN, which process which visa? You have been asked this question several times and have not answered. We cannot give you accurate information unless we know what is involved.



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1 hour ago, Tonecia said:

My Grandmother is the petitioner but has become very sick. She was competent when she started the filing but is not anymore. 

Ok, she is petitioning for your mother or father? Is she a US citizen or permanent resident? Again, we can only give you recommendations if you explain the situation. 

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Probably not an adjustment of status?


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