What happens if he loses his removal hearing?

 If you have a loved one who has lost their removal hearing and they are detained, unfortunately they most likely will be detained until you appeal.  You have 30 days to file a notice of appeal after a judge’s decision or you have lost the case and it’s a final decision by the immigration judge.  Your lawyer […]

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Can I apply for Green Card if I am married to US citizen but I entered to US with a fraudulent Visa?

 Generally, you will be eligible to apply for a Green Card if you have the visa that helped enter the United States, even if it wasn’t yours.  You will have to apply for the Green Card in conjunction with a waiver demonstrating that deportation would be an extreme hardship to your spouse with U.S. citizenship or Green […]

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Can I apply for Green Card if I entered US with fake Visa and my US citizen child is sponsoring me?

 The only people who qualify for a waiver are married to a United States citizen or green card holder, or a parent.  If your only contact that is a United States citizen is your child, you are not going to eligible to apply for a green card.  Although your child might be able to sponsor you by […]

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Immigration wants to deny my case, because I lied about my marital status, what do i do?

If you were not married and your current marriage in the United States is a valid marriage, then you have committed fraud on your visa application. You are eligible for a waiver if you can demonstrate extreme hardship. If you applied for a visitor visa 10 years ago and lied on your application that you were married, immigration […]

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What do I need to prove in order to win a waiver?

 You must demonstrate an extreme hardship to one or all of your qualifying members if you’re not allowed to either enter or stay in the United States.  You must have documentation for all claims of hardship.  You need to demonstrate an extreme hardship to you if your family stays behind and you leave the United States, as […]

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