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canada.If he's not, he'll be OK this time.
A different situation to yours but this is part of why you need an attorney to check the case law for this and to advise you.)What this means is that they believed that
the purpose of his visit was to stay in the US with his g/f and child
(assuming he used that as the reason for his visit).

nbsp;His son was born march last year and he has never seen his son and the
nbsp;relationship with the mother has been over for approx 6 months as she
nbsp;met someone else, she has refused any help to get a visa to allow his
nbsp;access to see his son.

she had a very hard time with pregnancy and was rushed into hostpital the shock came whe i got a phone call to say that allthough her mum could take comand for her daughter she couldnt do the same for our baby what i mean is the hospital wanted to pump my girlfriend full of drugs to comabat the broncal neumonia that she had but thease drugs were know to have a bad effect on the baby she was carrying and as at this time she was uncounshious she couldnt make the choice for her self .

Its been 17 months since he was refused, he is saying his purpose of his visit is for vacation and isnt going to mention wanting to see his son.htm

Thank you again for the quick reply to me.

Let's put it this way .
nbsp;
nbsp;Things dont look too good then. If they agree that it is in his best interests to have contact with you then, as a US Citizen to obstruct this unreasonably would be a violation of his rights.

His son was born march last year and he has never seen his son and the relationship with the mother has been over for approx 6 months as she met someone else, she has refused any help to get a visa to allow his access to see his son.

Things dont look too good then.

Stuart

Hi Stuart and thank you for the quick reply.

ok i ment a us girl through the pc and we talked for about a year after this time we got together and i flew out to st louis to meet her for the first time we talked got on well and felt that we had a future together .

in this time my son was born thank god happy and well on march the 6th 2001 but now the problems start .

He has no visa from the embassy and he has no documentation such as house deeds.He must obtain a visa from the US Embassy.

The child is his but unfortunately he isnt named on the birth certificate as he wasnt able to be there.

to start this post i have to go to the begining to so all that reads this understand what has happend and know what i have tried to do ect.

after returning home to the uk i then went and got a lawer to help with the fiance visa it cost me nearly 3000 dollers and after a year of not getting no ware i was annoyed as im sure you can imagin .

nbsp;If he is refused again will he recieve a ban?

Quite probably .It is compounded
by the fact that it was little over a month since his last visit.
nbsp;
nbsp;He met a girl in the USA in 2001 whilst there for 2 weeks, he returned
nbsp;home, then 3 weeks later returned to the USA for 90 days he returned
nbsp;home on the 17th sept 2001.
sweetuk wrote:
nbsp;
nbsp;My partner b4 we met had been refused entry in to the USA and was sent
nbsp;back home on the next flight.

flew back to usa 6 weeks later and sayed for 90 days in that time a child was concived that is mine i want to say now there is no doubts about this .The other thing to remember is that the District court where your child lives will have jurisdiction over the matter, so that is where you would have to bring the case.

now while i was there my future mother and father in law was waiting for me at the arrivals gate to take me to the hospital to sort the forms i needed to sign in light of what had happened to my partner .for.

Good luck, it may not be easy but I'm sure it will be worth it
thanks for the advice so far i should add that me and my ex partner have the same opioin that our son needs to have contact with his dad now she has stated that she will never not allow me to see him or have contact with him but the only condishion to this is that it is done on usa soil sothe problem is solely with the ins dept who say and i quote that the fact you have a child is not a reasable reason to travel to the states this is why i was refused last time and why im afraid to travel back and forth its not that i intend to stay beyond my visa time or do anything that would harm my chances of returning its just to be able to spend some time with our son as he grows up also i have looked into a lawer for getting a court order but have been told that to do this from the uk would be a waste of time and money as uk laws that are past dont not hold no weight in the usa it has to be a lawer from there if this is the road i must travel i will but i to be honest i need to meet with them face to face to sort any problems out so it all comes back to traveling into the usa i could be wrong on this but the ppl here are my last chance that i have to get to know my son so plz keep the advice comming

Originally posted by sharp
thanks for the advice so far i should add that me and my ex partner have the same opioin that our son needs to have contact with his dad now she has stated that she will never not allow me to see him or have contact with him but the only condishion to this is that it is done on usa soil sothe problem is solely with the ins dept who say and i quote that the fact you have a child is not a reasable reason to travel to the states this is why i was refused last time and why im afraid to travel back and forth its not that i intend to stay beyond my visa time or do anything that would harm my chances of returning its just to be able to spend some time with our son as he grows up also i have looked into a lawer for getting a court order but have been told that to do this from the uk would be a waste of time and money as uk laws that are past dont not hold no weight in the usa it has to be a lawer from there if this is the road i must travel i will but i to be honest i need to meet with them face to face to sort any problems out so it all comes back to traveling into the usa i could be wrong on this but the ppl here are my last chance that i have to get to know my son so plz keep the advice comming
Contact these guys - at the very least they may be able to advise you.

Well he landed an hour and 40 minutes ago and i havent heard a thing, getting extremely anxious and worried now that he hasnt made it through. If he's caught, things don't look at all
good.

as i was toldby the ins that i was as of now not allowed to use the iw94 visa to get into the states and that should i use or try to use it it would mean that i wouldnt be refused entry i would be deported in this case im told that no visa would be granted .

There's nothing really that she can do to help him. (The US immigration law assumes you're an immigrant
unless you prove otherwise.

Is it possible to know what's in INS computer using form G-639, Freedom of
Information Act/Privacy Act Request ???
localhost/www.And if he gets admitted, I hope
his ex doesn't ruin it all for him by refusing him access!

(If he is admitted, he's still got potential problems even later due to
the INS hit and miss)

Stuart

Stuart Brookwrote in
message news:3E51449A.
nbsp;He has no visa from the embassy and he has no documentation such as
nbsp;house deeds.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/g-639.ca. and it's likely to be a lifetime ban if they
determine that he was previously turned back.
nbsp;
nbsp;Its been 17 months since he was refused, he is saying his purpose of his
nbsp;visit is for vacation and isnt going to mention wanting to see his son.here. He wasn't refused for staying more than 90 days, officially, he
will have been refused entry for insufficient documentation to show his
immigrant status.

i then flew back touk after the 2 weeks and like ppl do couldnt get my mind on nothing else .:-)

Im so relieved , now i can go to sleep
ok im sweets partner so im posting on her thread to let you know of the situation and to ask your advice for the future.ins. At the sametime I imagine you'd need to show ties to your home country but if they unreasonably deny you entry to the US then surely they are obstructing a provision specified within a court order ? They can probably get away with this even though the rest of us would be locked up for it.

17 months is a good gap.

He met a girl in the USA in 2001 whilst there for 2 weeks, he returned home, then 3 weeks later returned to the USA for 90 days he returned home on the 17th sept 2001.The needed proof will include a)proof that he's expected back
at work, b)a lease or deed to his home, c) other similar documentary
evidence of ties to the UK.

A i hadnt broke no laws and B i was able to apply for a proper visa as soon as i got home .
nbsp;
nbsp;please bare with me and i will explain.

also in doing this my partners family ware walking round st louis airport for 7 hurs cos no one told them of my situation .Otherwise he could be
refused entry again on the same basis as before .There's a very high chance
he would be refused again if the reason for his visit is to see his
child unless he can provide tons of proof that he will be returning to
the UK.
nbsp;The child is his but unfortunately he isnt named on the birth
nbsp;certificate as he wasnt able to be there. There was case in Australia recently were a child's parents were required to leave Australia in order to apply for visas after being illegally present for 15 years, their 13 year old child was an Australian Citizen. There is no 90 day
rule as explained above - that's just a way the INS officer used to say
that he thinks he is an intended immigrant.or is there any chance he will be refused entry again.The INS are looking
for reasons he will not attempt to remain.If it does, vacation could also be risky because he could
face a were you lying before or are you lying now? question. mother should have stated who the
father was.

now in light of what the usa emabassy had said when i got to st louis thay didnt belive me and more than that didnt think that my reasons for travel was genuine so i was detained and the airport straight away.or is there any chance he will be refused entry again.

Can anyone help please.
nbsp;
nbsp;The girl he had met had become pregnant with his child and they
nbsp;planned too marry
nbsp;
nbsp;During the pregnacy she developed complications so he hurrily booked a
nbsp;flight to return ( 6 weeks after last returning home ) on arrival he was
nbsp;refused entry as he had spent more than 90 days in the yr in the USA.My partner b4 we met had been refused entry in to the USA and was sent back home on the next flight.

nbsp;And though now it doesnt seem possible is there a small chance he will
nbsp;still get in without the required visa?

It's possible.

Doesn't have to have been there .

nbsp;My partner now wishes to book a flight to USA to see his son, if he just
nbsp;flies out there fills in the green card that he has been refused once
nbsp;and explains he didnt know the 90 day rule etc will he be allowed in to
nbsp;the USA.
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