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    If somone has been working on getting legal residence in the U.S. through a lawyer and it lasted 8 years. the lawyer went to The 9th circuit court for last appeal. It turns out that they denied the appeal. The lawyer told his client that he would be getting a letter in the mail on when and how to leave the country. The client even updated info with ins(mailing address). Then INS sends the client a letter asking why he has not left. This was 6-8 months later. The client then takes the letter to another lawyer which looks up then case and they tell him that he now has a warrant and should leave. They have been working and paying taxes here and the boss wants to sponsor, how can they go through that process without the warrant for removal effecting them?Does not the INS have to send a letter for Voluntary Removal? It looks like it has turned into mandatory which could effect his future status?

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    If somone has been working on getting legal residence in the U.S. through a lawyer and it lasted 8 years. the lawyer went to The 9th circuit court for last appeal. It turns out that they denied the appeal. The lawyer told his client that he would be getting a letter in the mail on when and how to leave the country. The client even updated info with ins(mailing address). Then INS sends the client a letter asking why he has not left. This was 6-8 months later. The client then takes the letter to another lawyer which looks up then case and they tell him that he now has a warrant and should leave. They have been working and paying taxes here and the boss wants to sponsor, how can they go through that process without the warrant for removal effecting them?Does not the INS have to send a letter for Voluntary Removal? It looks like it has turned into mandatory which could effect his future status?

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