DECEMBER 06, 2005 – Rose’s United States Visitors Visa EXPIRES (5 years after it was issued)

MARCH 8, 2006 – Rose meets Dustin at the YMCA where he was working as a lifeguard and she was bringing in an elderly lady to exercise.

FALL 2006 – Rose applies for a student visa.

DECEMBER 2006 – Rose is denied a student visa and the 1 year grace on her visa expiration is up.

FEBRUARY 2007 – Rose tells Dustin they need to get married or she will be deported.


APRIL 2007 – Rose immediately hires an immigration attorney to start her application for United States Residency.


DECEMBER 2007 – Rose applies for a U.S. Social Security Card and begins to look for another job. Dustin learns that Rose has been working using an illegal social security number.

MARCH 2008 – Rose gets a job at a bank using her new Social Security Card.

APRIL 17, 2008 – Rose separates from Dustin and moves out for the first time. (U.S. Residency Paperwork hits 1 year mark).

JUNE 2008 – Rose moves back in with Dustin. Note: a married couple needs to live together 3 years to qualify for US Permanent Residency Green Card.  Getting divorced or separated at this stage would mean Rose could lose her residency

NOVEMBER 2009 – Rose applies to remove the conditional status of her Residency Card. This requires a spouses signature and an in-person interview to establish that the marriage is bonafide.

DECEMBER 15, 2009 – Rose separates from Dustin the 2nd time.

JANUARY 13, 2010 – Rose moves back in with Dustin. Although her permanent residency is being processed getting divorced or separated at this stage would mean Rose could be denied residency.


JANUARY 2010– Rose immediately starts the process of becoming a US Citizen.  This requires further proof that the marriage is still legitimate. Getting divorced or separated during this application process means Rose could lose her residency

NOVEMBER 1, 2010 – Adrianna Kent is born in the United States.

JANUARY 18, 2012 –ROSE BECOMES A UNITED STATES CITIZEN. To become a U.S. citizen Rose attended a ceremony and took an Oath of Allegiance, which includes the following commitment: Renounce and abjure absolutely and entirely all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which the applicant was before a subject or citizen

MARCH 10, 2012 – ROSE IMMEDIATELY SPONSORS NARYHA CASTANEDA (her mother) for her Permanent Residency Card. This lines up with Rose’s 5 year Anniversary which is what is required for Rose to sponsor her mother.


SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 – ROSE SEPERATES FROM DUSTIN FOR THE LAST TIME (less than a week after her mother gets her United States Permanent Residency Card).

Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America

  1. Support the Constitution;
  2. Renounce and abjure absolutely and entirely all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which the applicant was before a subject or citizen;
  3. Support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;
  4. Bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and
  5. A. Bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; or
    B. Perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law; or
    C. Perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law.

A Northridge man is being held at a maximum security prison in Peru for allegedly kidnapping his 5-year-old daughter despite having been granted sole custody by a Los Angeles court, his attorney said Monday.

Dustin Kent, 32, of Northridge, who has been in custody for about a month, is being preliminarily held at the Miguel Castro Castro prison in Lima, Peru, pending a two-month investigation into an allegation that he committed aggravated kidnapping there, defense attorney Sandro Monteblanco said by phone from Peru. The registered nurse has been sent to prison pending the outcome of the probe because he is a foreigner and thus considered a flight risk, he said.

Kent’s ex-wife, Rose Mary Ann Kent, fled the United States with her daughter in January of last year amid ongoing custody hearings, the attorney said.

“It’s a situation where a dad that had sole custody of his daughter found her (in Peru) after having been abducted for a year, took his daughter with him and in a flash of a moment, the ex-wife says it’s a kidnapping ring and suddenly he’s been put in prison and is looking at the barrel of a 35-year mandatory sentence for aggravated kidnapping,” Monteblanco said.

Read: Northridge man in Peruvian prison for allegedly kidnapping 5-year-old daughter

NORTHRIDGE ( —  The family of a Northridge man feared for his safety Wednesday night.

In January, Dustin Kent went looking for his 5-year-old daughter Adrianna who lives in Peru with her mother. Soon after locating the little girl, Kent was arrested by Peruvian police on kidnapping charges.

The case has created a media frenzy in Peru, where the 32-year-old father could spend the next several decades behind bars.

On Wednesday night, CBS2’s Peter Daut spoke to Kent’s family.

“It’s ludicrous! it’s beyond unimaginable,” Dustin’s father, Bill, said. “It should not be kidnapping, it’s a custody thing. What parent wouldn’t want to find their own child?”

Kent’s father is desperate for his son’s release. His son and Adrianna’s mother, Rose, married in 2007, but they divorced several years later.

After a judge granted the parents shared custody of Adrianna, Rose fled to her native home in Peru with their daughter. This prompted a judge to grant Kent complete custody.

A full year has passed. Kent still does not have Adrianna in his custody. His father says the little girl was kept in hiding.


Only On 2: Northridge Man Behind Bars in Peru For ‘Kidnapping’ His Own Daughter