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    Hello,

    My brother-in-law and sister have had his child almost full-time (except for maybe 2 weeks of the whole year) for the past two years. The child's mother has not paid child support for those two years in fact there were times that my bin gave her money. Now the child's mother has taken him back and she does have the right being the custodial parent. However she and my bin are illegal citizens. She here illegally and he came here with a work visa which has expired. He is currently working on getting legal status. Is there anyway that he would be able to get custody of the child? I realize that she has a right to see him but he hasn't seen her in the past two years. He is only 2 1/2 years old and thinks of my sister as his mother. Does anyone believe that he would have a legal standing to get custody? Not so that the mother can't see him anymore but so that she would not be able to keep him away from the people who he knows. Please help.


    Bee

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    Originally posted by Bee Coyal View Post
    Hello,

    My brother-in-law and sister have had his child almost full-time (except for maybe 2 weeks of the whole year) for the past two years. The child's mother has not paid child support for those two years in fact there were times that my bin gave her money. Now the child's mother has taken him back and she does have the right being the custodial parent. However she and my bin are illegal citizens. She here illegally and he came here with a work visa which has expired. He is currently working on getting legal status. Is there anyway that he would be able to get custody of the child? I realize that she has a right to see him but he hasn't seen her in the past two years. He is only 2 1/2 years old and thinks of my sister as his mother. Does anyone believe that he would have a legal standing to get custody? Not so that the mother can't see him anymore but so that she would not be able to keep him away from the people who he knows. Please help.


    Bee

    You might want to post this on the "immigration law" forum of this website. I don't know that immigration has any effect of custody, but you may need a lawyer who practices both family AND immigration law.

    Are there any orders in place?

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