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    Hi, I came into the US in 1997 as a derivative asylum after my father(when I entered the ins stamped my passport: "Political asylum granted" After 1 year I filled for AOS and 10 months later I had the interview. Now,after so many years( today) I received a letter form ins and they want me to fill out I -589(applic. for asylum)because I am over 21 years old, and in my original I-589 I was a dependent child(my father filled out for me). Is it possible at this point that the INS can deport me even though I came here as a family reunification with my father, and after so many years can I be deported?.I am so scared of that. The reason why I ask you is because I was planning to buy a house next week and now I have no courage to do it,all I care is not to be deported. Maybe I am the type who worries to much. Thank you very much

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    Hi, I came into the US in 1997 as a derivative asylum after my father(when I entered the ins stamped my passport: "Political asylum granted" After 1 year I filled for AOS and 10 months later I had the interview. Now,after so many years( today) I received a letter form ins and they want me to fill out I -589(applic. for asylum)because I am over 21 years old, and in my original I-589 I was a dependent child(my father filled out for me). Is it possible at this point that the INS can deport me even though I came here as a family reunification with my father, and after so many years can I be deported?.I am so scared of that. The reason why I ask you is because I was planning to buy a house next week and now I have no courage to do it,all I care is not to be deported. Maybe I am the type who worries to much. Thank you very much

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    • #3
      Did your father never apply for permanent residency?

      I would consult a lawyer on this one.

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      • #4
        Yes , my father is a PR.

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        • #5
          Why did he not put you on his application?

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          • #6
            My father came here in '85. He was granted political asylum shortly upon his arrival. Than after a few years he filled out to bring me here, in 1992 my visa was approved. after I finished High- schooll in 97 I came over.

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            • #7
              I would call a lawyer and see if there isn't anything else you can do.

              Good luck to you!

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