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    Hi, my name is Marcela. I have bin in the usa for almost seven years now. I do not have a status. I have a doughter that was born in us and she is a us citizen. Im looking for a lawyer that would work with me. I know there is a posibility of help, but I need to find tha right lawyer. Please help???Thanks

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    Hi, my name is Marcela. I have bin in the usa for almost seven years now. I do not have a status. I have a doughter that was born in us and she is a us citizen. Im looking for a lawyer that would work with me. I know there is a posibility of help, but I need to find tha right lawyer. Please help???Thanks

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    • #3
      What do you mean "a possibility of help"? Do you have a way to adjust status? What is the status of your daughter's father and what are your relationship with him? All a lawyer can do is help with filling out forms. He/she can not make you eligible for a green card if you're not eligible already.

      Cheers.

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      • #4
        Im married to father of my doughter. Im not sure of my eligibility, that is why Im askin.From what I bin told before from a lawyer here is that I need a lawyer that will do that for me. He said I need a lawer from a biger city.

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        • #5
          If you entered without inspection and your husband is not a citizen there is nothing you can do about legalizing.

          If you entered without inspection and your husband is a citizen, there is something called 601 waiver (see other threads on this site) he could apply for for you, but this would require you to return to your home country to receive it.

          If you entered with inspection, but overstayed and your husband is a citizen, then you can adjust status here.

          Having a U.S. citizen child does nothing to get you legal status.

          [I'm not a lawyer.]

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