Hola a todas/os,
Aquí les dejo unos links de hoteles de Ciudad Juárez, espero les sirva de mucho,
Publicado: 08-06-2007 06:29 PM
Hola morenita deja te platico mi experiencia con el perdon, el dia que tube mi cita me dijeron que tenia que aplicar por un perdon , para esto yo ya llevaba tambien mi carta de sufrimiento , esto me lo habia preparado mi abogada para que la entregara el dia de mi cita por la modica cantidad de $ 1.500 dolares, ese dia no nos alcanzarn a atender a todos asi que como a 10 personas nos pusieron cita para entregar el perdon y las huellas para el lunes, ese estunimos platicando nuestras experiencias y varias de las personas que no llevavan el perdon elaborado les dijeron los oficiales que afuera abia notarios que les podian ayudar, ( afuera del consulado te las llenan por $ 500 pesos, claro no non personas del consulado,), despues al entregar el perdon les estaban dando una direcciòn a la cual debian de mandar una carta en la que explicaban la forma en la que les afectaria estar ceparaqdos de su pareja, a mi no me dieron la direccion porque yo entregue la carta ese dia , y me dijeron que de 6 a 8 meses me darian una respuesta(me llego la aceptacion 13 meses despues,), asi que imaginate lo que le sobro a la licenciada, asi que yo tubve una muy mala experiencia con ella y para derivarle la ciudadania a mi baby que nacio en méxico yo hice todo el papeleo, espero y a todos los que estan esperando cita les toque el programa piloto porque ese le toco a mi cuñada y ella fue a su cita, salio a llenar no se si en perdon pero le dieron una cita despues de una semana y ese mismo dia le aprobaron el perdon y la mandaron a sellar su pasaporte al puente, si te toca todabia lo del programa piloto podras llenar la solicitud afuera del consulado, fijate que no sea un establecimiento tan feo, mas bien que te inpire confianza, dios quiera que te toque el programa porque la verdad yo no le deceo ni am mi peor enemigo lo que yo pase. Pero con lo que has platicado no creo que tengas que pedir perdon, no se si has visto la lista de las cosas que no se perdonan y creo que las que no dicen NO HAY PERDON DISPONIBLE, para todas hay perdon a menos que digan lo contrario, y no se como tomes el siguiente comentatrio pero fue lo que me dijo un amigo que trabaja el LULAC que es donde tu puedes demandar a un abogado si tu crees que te estafo, NO HAY ABOGADOS DE INMIGRACION, solo son personas que te ayudan a llenar papeles, porque en usa no hay una especialidad que diga abogado en inmigracion, como lo hay en otros asuntos.
que dios te bendiga y suerte.
Publicado: 08-08-2007 02:13 AM
Holiday Inn Express Ciudad Juárez
Conmutador(656) 629 6000
Publicado: 08-08-2007 06:13 PM
Recibiendo su solicitud le informo que contamos con 140 habitaciones dobles 4 Juniors Suites.
- Habitación Sencilla o Doble $700.00 impuestos incluidos
- Habitacion Juniors Suites $1,353.00 Impuestos Incluidos
Incluyen desayuno continental, llamadas locales sin costo,uso del centro ejecutivo, internet inalambrico, transportacion hotel-aeropuerto y/o consulado con previa reservación.
Agradezco su atención a la presente y quedo a sus ordenes,
Karla Serrano Gámez
Ventas y Relaciones Públicas
Hotel Colonial, Cd. Juárez
(01-656) 613 50 50 Ext. 630
Cel (045-656) 625 60 29
Publicado: 08-09-2007 12:24 PM
Publicado: 08-09-2007 02:07 PM
Gracias a Dios todo salio bien dentro de lo que cabe.
1. Entregué la hoja de la cita, el pasaporte, y la constancia de vacunas (ésta última no es obligatoria)
2. Me tomaron la foto, nombre y firma en el área de captura
3. Me tomaron sangre
4. Me hicieron radiografía del tórax
5. Me preguntaron si tenia hijos y la fecha de mi última menstruación
6. Me tomaron peso, estatura y presión
7. Examen médico (desnudo total), estas fueron las preguntas:
• Previas cirugías
• Embarazos previos
• Alguna hospitalización
• Uso de drogas
• Padecimientos crónicos
• Si había estado en la cárcel, detenida o tenido problemas con migración o la policía en EEUU o México
• Enfermedades venéreas
9. Pague $254.00 USD y me dijeron que volviera a las 12:00 PM para recogerlos
Volvi a las 12:30 y ya no habia nadie, asi que me los entregaron sin esperar.
De ahi me fui caminando al bar del hotel Holiday Inn Lincoln, ahi llego mi esposo y un amigo, nos fuimos al puente cordova y me recibieron el sobre y pasaporte, me tomaron la huella digital del dedo indice en tinta en una hoja por ambos lados y me hicieron escribir mi nombre bajo esa huella. (Las oficiales del CBP son bastante groseras) Me hicieron sentarme de nuevo y me entregaron mi pasaporte sellado muy pronto despues de eso. Conoci a Magda en la clinica y la vi nuevamente en el consulado, y a Maria la conoci en el consulado y me toco verla en la entrega de documentos en el puente de cordova, ambas excelentes personas.
Mi casita esta hecha un relajo, asi que estare fuera un tiempecito, como una semana mas, tengame paciencia.
Publicado: 08-10-2007 12:53 AM
February 5, 2007
Dear Ma’am or Sir,
I am writing to you in regards to the I601 petition that I have filed for my husband, XXXXXX. He came to the United States to better himself and not to harm others or put anyone at danger. His dream was to be successful and to be a better person. In my eyes he has become this better person. He is my husband, best friend, and soul mate. He is a wonderful father and role model for our children. I cannot even begin to imagine life without him or in our children’s lives nor can I imagine the extreme hardships of relocating our family to Mexico if the I601 is not approved. I plead that you will approve the I601 and allow HUSBAND to immigrate to the United States so that we can continue our commitment to one another and our children. Below I have listed the extreme hardships that will be caused towards the USC and our family if HUSBAND is denied admission back into the United States.
Our Family Background
HUSBAND and I met through a mutual friend in the year of 2002. During the time we dated, I immediately fell in love with his personality, loyalty, and his affection for my son, XXXXX. Being a single mother at the time it meant the world to me to know that HUSBAND not only cared about me but for my son as well. He took great interest in making SON feel just as important to him by bonding with him and being a “father-figure” to him. As our relationship grew I realized that HUSBAND was “the one” that I had been praying to God to send my way. We married at XXXX Court House and later exchanged our vows at Church to be witnessed by our close family and friends. We soon gave birth to our second son, XXXXX, the following year (even though SON is biologically not HUSBANDS’s son, he is considered our first son). Already knowing what kind of father HUSBAND would be, he became even a better one! It was exciting to watch HUSBAND bond with SON since the infant phase was new to him. We were both eager to become good parents and provide a loving home and caring environment in which both of our children could feel safe. A few years later we were blessed with our daughter, XXXXX. This little girl adores her daddy and mommy. It breaks my heart knowing what extreme and unkind hardships that will be created if our family is separated.
Extreme Hardships to the U.S. Citizen’s Children
Family unification is so important for children to grow up with because it emotionally and mentally affects a child’s welfare. We as a family share a deep bond and dedication to one another. If this bond is taken away by not allowing HUSBAND to immigrate to the United States, this will cause extreme hardship. We both completely rely on one another for guidance in raising our children and mutually respect one another with our parenting skills. It would be very hard to raise our children if our family were to be separated for a great length of time.
We both want the best for our children in regards to education, safety, and excellent healthcare. SON is attending XXXXX Elementary, a XXXX “A” School. \r\nXXXXX Elementary teaches the children the Character Education Program. This program focuses on the six pillars of character which are respect, responsibility, caring, fairness, citizenship, and trustworthiness. Teaching this character program to our son will help him deal with concerns of direction and quality of life. He has excelled in all school subjects recently bringing home straight A’s and being listed on the principles honor list. We are so proud of him. I fear that his grades will decline if we were to relocate to Mexico. He would no longer be able to receive the best education that he currently receives here in the United States. Thus the language barrier would prevent him from learning and become mentally frustrating. Our younger children are not presently enrolled in school but this also is a great concern for their future education as well.
Our home environment is a safe environment. The neighbors are friendly and our community has much to offer to our family. My fear for our children’s safety in Mexico would greatly increase and not allow me to be a mother that they deserve to have for a parent. Knowing that Mexico has a high crime rate and high rate of kidnappings creates much anxiety for me. The constant worrying of their well being and fear that they could be kidnapped terrifies me! It scares me to know that I could be exposing my children to such an unsafe environment if we were to relocate to Mexico. I could never live with myself or bare the consequences of such an awful occurrence. I will not allow my children’s well being to be violated and therefore could not possibly think to relocate to Mexico on a permanent basis. \r\n\r\nThe healthcare system in Mexico is not comparable to the standards of healthcare in the United States. Our children currently receive pediatric care by Dr.XXXXXXX. We have established a trusting relationship with Dr. XXXXX over the years and would be very difficult to replace such a knowledgeable and caring physician. During the emergencies we have had with our children, his assessment skills and treatments have been out of this world. Dr. XXXXX is very thorough during his wellness exams and answers any question and concerns. He has also communicated to me via email and phone during non-operational hours regarding the concerns I have had with all my children and has provided exceptional advice. If we were to relocate to Mexico there would be no physician that could replace the qualifications that Dr. XXXXX demonstrates in the United States. The language barrier would also complicate our children to establish a trusting relationship with a physician in Mexico that can not communicate in English. Thus being said, it would be impossible to continue excellent health care for our children if we were to relocate to Mexico.
As previously noted, SON is not biologically HUSBAND’s son. If HUSBAND is allowed to immigrate to the U.S., he would love to adopt SON and will seek adoption as soon as permissible. At this moment, SON’s biological father, DONOR, plays no parental or financial role in his life. DONOR has not even seen SON or made verbal contact in almost 5 years. However, it would still be difficult for us to relocate SON to Mexico, because of the court documents from the State of XXXXX stating that he can not move or leave the state without DONOR’s permission. Having a two year past-relationship with DONOR, he would make such a process very difficult. This would be devastating for both SON and I mentally and physically. DONOR’s past anger management issues and domestic violence gives me great fear of ever having any contact with him; therefore, we have chosen not to contact him at this time regarding our situation. Relocation to Mexico is not an option that would be beneficial towards this matter.
Financial Hardship to the US Citizen
Adjusting HUSBAND’s immigration status has been financially stressful. We both have worked long extra hard hours to replace the amount of money spent on immigration fees, back taxes, lawyer fees, and preparing for the separation time while the I601 is being processed. Relocating to Mexico would be financially distressing because of the debt we owe in the United States. Our bills consist of a mortgage payment, a van payment, second home mortgage to help pay for the remaining balance on back taxes, credit cards, Vanguard retirement fund, and sea turtle saving accounts to contribute towards our children’s future college education. I would not be able to afford to make the minimum monthly payment towards these bills if we were to relocate to Mexico.
It would be impossible to work as a registered nurse related to the language barrier, for I do not speak Spanish. The matching salary would not be comparable to the salary I make in the United States. It would also be very difficult to maintain my licensing requirements for the U.S. in Mexico. My childhood dream to become a registered nurse and the time spent in college to make this dream happen would be an entire waste of time spent. I have had almost 10 years of service as a registered nurse coming this May 2007, which 8 years being employed at HOSPITAL. I have established great friendships with many co-workers. If I were to relocate, I would loose all of my retirement and healthcare benefits from HOSPITAL which are not replaceable. I would like to continue to provide the best quality care to patients in the United States. There is a nursing shortage in the state of XXXX that is devastating to our growing population. We are greatly needed to provide health care to our aging population that has become much sicker. Mexico can not provide me with employment opportunities as a registered nurse necessary for me to fulfill my dreams and maintain my family’s standard of living.
Publicado: 08-10-2007 05:47 PM
I suffer from a condition called hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is a disorder in which the thyroid gland produces too little thyroid hormone. I currently take synthroid medication daily to supplement the thyroid hormone that my body does not produce. If I do not receive the proper medical care for this condition and can not continue to take synthroid, I will suffer many severe signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism. If I were to relocate to Mexico I would be greatly concerned on finding a qualified physician to treat my condition. Not only would there be a language barrier, but a lack of trust in the patient and physician relationship. I saw two other healthcare providers before I found Dr.----, an endocrinologist who specializes in the treatment of hypothyroidism. Dr. XXXX helped regulate my synthroid which helped alleviate the signs and symptoms I was experiencing when diagnosed. I must see him every 3-6 months for evaluation and lab tests. I do not wish to experience how sick I felt before I found Dr.XXXX. It would be devastating to my health to return to that state of condition.
My Parents mean the world to me. They have been very supportive to me as I have grown up and faced many challenges. They are also very supportive to both HUSBAND and I with this immigration process. We live not even 20 minutes away from each other. I have a special bond with them and respect my parents with all my heart. They created the person I grew up to be and to be separated from them not only emotionally tears my heart apart but will severely burden me with depression. I express great concern with both my parent’s health status for my mother has hypothyroidism and my father was recently diagnosed with hypertension. My parent’s health issues are presently stable, but as we all know as you age your health may decline. I would like to be a support person for them if their health were to decline. I have the healthcare knowledge, being a registered nurse, to help manage their care and provide advice as needed. I also am very familiar with the local physicians and nursing staff in their city for I am employed at the local hospital. As for our children, they too have a special bond with their grandparents. When I was single both of my parents provided care to SON while I worked and basically became the “other parent –figure”. They both played a vital role in SON’s child development during his first few years that I would like for our youngest children to experience as well. My mother loves to teach our children about plants and likes to grow seeds with them. My father enjoys playing with the children and building things such as a go- cart. All three become very excited when visiting their grandparents that it would be traumatic to separate them for such a long time.
Our family is an active member at the CHURCH. We have spiritually grown as a family since attending this church. HUSBAND and I were baptized on November 12, 2006 being witnessed by our church family. What an awesome experience. On Sunday mornings we look forward to church and serving our Lord daily. Removing these ties would greatly impact our church family. We are close to the members in our fellowship and would like to continue this relationship and grow even closer to God. Pastor ----- has taught us our responsibility as a Christian to continue to have faith and serve our Lord for he will bless us. We have faith that our Lord is with us during this immigration process.
Before we started this immigration process, I spent quality time with my family. As we have come near the interview date, I have felt distant and torn from my family. The constant worrying of the end result if it were to be negative threatens my mental and physical well-being. It would be so devastating to relocate to Mexico for 10 years and cause such severe hardships. To cause undue separation, not be able to financially support my family, loose all assests, and loose benefits of my career is dreadful. I wish nothing more than to have HUSBAND be granted the right to immigrate to the United States. This would allow our family to be reunited and live the “American Dream” that we so much want for our family.
Publicado: 08-10-2007 05:48 PM
HOTEL LA PLAYA
AV. LOPEZ MATEOS NORTE No.1035
Tel. (656) 611-44-08
AVE. LINCOLN No. 1355
Tel. (656) 613-50-50
Publicado: 08-11-2007 01:15 PM
Publicado: 08-16-2007 12:02 PM