Wow, I have a lot of issues I need to straighten out. Basically, this is my situation: I applied for and most probally will be hired for an overseas job that I should leave for on oct 1st. I have several problems holding me back, a passport and bank account needed for direct deposit. About 2 1/2 years ago, I agreed to pay $275 weekly for my 2 children. I had a job making $31 an hour (1200 a week) and shes required %25 of that for the 2 of them. Now I cant nail down an exact number, but in 2003 and 2004, I made about 26 grand each year. I lost the 31 dollar job a few months after this agreemwnt was reached. Due do periods of unemployment and now making 20 an hours instead of 31, I now owe her over 10,000. NY law (or federal) states that after 5,000 you cant get a passport. They send your name to the passport registry and you cant get the passport. On Tuesday I plan on getting a court date to have my due support be altered, but these dates comes in about 2 months. Even if everything goes as planned on that day it would only leave me 3 weeks to get my passport, and they are going to want me to send a copy of it probally no later then that time. The bottom line is there isnt enough time to do this. As far as my bank account goes, there was a hold put on it when i opened it a year ago, and when the hold expired, the account was closed and unuseable. I cant be gone for 6 months with my checks being funnneled into an account thats going to send it all somewhere else and have me with $0 after 6 months. Also, my current passport expires in Sept and i use that with my liscence to cash my paychecks at my bosses bank, thats the only way i can do it.
Can I check to see if my name is
on the non-passport getting list?
Is there anyway to get an expedited court
date to ammend my support debt?
Is there anything I can use besides my
Passport as a 2nd I.D for cashing checks
(I'll be without it either way for awhile at least)
Thanks a ton, i relize I'm not asking about dating a 14 year old girl, but family law seems to be where this belongs.