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    Does anyone sent the Worksheet for the NWIRP Settelment, for LULAC? Please advise

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    Does anyone sent the Worksheet for the NWIRP Settelment, for LULAC? Please advise

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    • #3
      Pushing this up to see if anyone knows.

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      • #4
        Thank you PROUD USC, it looks that anyone did it.

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        • #5
          I have been looking for information how to fill up forms and where to mail out but nothing have been posted yet.

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          • #6
            Figaro1, go to www.ghp-law.net ,click on legalization and find the NWIRP settlement, there you will have all the forms and instructions were to send.

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            • #7
              Thanks

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              • #8
                HI FIGARO YOU ENTER WITH VISA BEFORE 1981 YOU HAVE A CHANGE BUT LIKE MY SELF IAM DONE? I ENTER WITHOUT VISA AND MY CASE IS IN WASHINGTON IN WATING TO RESOLVED SO YOU THINK I MAY QUALIFY EVEN DO THE SETLEMENT SAY ENTER WITH NON INMIGRANT VISA PLEASE ADVICE ANY BODY I NEED HELP I HAVE ALL THE PROVE THAT I WAS HERE ON 1981 BUT STILL THOSE PEAPLES TURNME DAWN PLEASE ANY BUDY HELP ME WHAT ARE MY OPTION I MAY HAVE ...THANKS FIGAROO1D

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                • #9
                  The way the new NWIRP Settlement is written, is that all pending CSS/Newman/LULAC cases are automatically covered by the new settlement. The attorneys did a great job of litigating this settlement. The big problem is after the court signs these settlements into law, the attorneys get paid and forget about it, thinking that it’s over. Of course USCIS does not follow the law, or respect the settlement. The attorneys never think about it again because the face the USCIS shows to the American attorneys, is very different than the face they show to sub-human immigrants.

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                  • #10
                    unique, So thats mean we can apply even we are denied css with ewi.
                    sa

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                    • #11
                      Yes you can reapply even if your case was denied.
                      All Lulac and CSS cases pending just send a letter attaching copy of the settlement and each case should be approved according to NWIRP settlement. As Unique said all cases pending are automatically covered and nobody should miss this opportunity

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                      • #12
                        Anyone who has applied under CSS/Newman/LULAC should apply under the NWIRP Settlement. Of course almost nobody will qualify under the NWIRP, because the requirements are much more difficult than CSS/Newman/LULAC . Since very few if any will actually qualify under the NWIRP, the Government might let a few who don’t really qualify slip through, just to make it look good. You might be one of the lucky ones?

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                        • #13
                          HI UNIQUE MY CASE IS PENDING IN APPEAL IN WASHINGTON.WITH THIS NEW SETTLEMENT CASE YOU THINK I MAY HAVE THE CHANGE TO MAKE IT MY ONLY CONCERN IS I ALREADY SAID IN MY PREVIUS 687 THAT I ENTER WITH OUT INPECTION SO IF SAID NOW THAT I ENTER WITH NON INMIGRANT VISA THEY GOIN TO PUT ME ON REMOVAL FOR FALSE STAMENT THAT YOU THINK CAN HAPPEN?? SO PLEASE ADVICE UNIQUE I HAVE ALL THE PROVE THAT I WAS HERE ON 1981 NOW I HAVE I THINK BETTER CHANGE TO BEAT THIS FALCE SYSTEM CALL BCIS? SO UNIQUE LET ME KNOW WHAT ARE THE CHANGES I MAY HAVE THANK FOR YOU ADVICE AND GOD BLES YOU.....

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                          • #14
                            Hi Hard Rock,

                            A few things for you to know. Under the CSS/Newman/LULAC settlement you cannot be deported if denied, even if your appeal is denied, unless you commit fraud. This is the court ruling, but don’t be 100% sure because the USCIS does not always follow the law. If you change your story to accommodate the NWIRP Settlement, that will be considered fraud and you will be arrested. If you don’t actually qualify for the NWIRP Settlement it might be more prudent to leave it alone.

                            Again, all of these settlements are not foolproof. I have always said, it’s much easier to prove a fraudulent marriage, than a legitimate CSS/Newman/LULAC case. This is because if your immigration officer happens to not like you, he can keep asking for more evidence until he finds a time period where there is no evidence. Nobody on earth can prove their whereabouts everyday from 25 years ago. The lawyers who litigated these settlements never defined reasonable doubt. Therefore the USCIS can be ridiculous if they want to. In my case they went beyond ridiculous.

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                            • #15
                              Hi Hard Rock, for how long your case have been pending with AAO in Washington? My case have 20 months already.

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