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    I am new to board and whole process. Recently went to Jamaica and got married. Husband was here previously but got arrested at age 18 and was deported in 1996. He is now 28yrs. old. Trying to find lawyer in Philadelphia or do I need one? I am USC. Have so many questions, don't know where to start. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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    I am new to board and whole process. Recently went to Jamaica and got married. Husband was here previously but got arrested at age 18 and was deported in 1996. He is now 28yrs. old. Trying to find lawyer in Philadelphia or do I need one? I am USC. Have so many questions, don't know where to start. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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    • #3
      Oh great, another criminal coming to America. We kicked him out once and here he comes again. Yea we don't have enough criinals here. I am convinced that most people are truly idiots. Don't know where to start ? How about seeing a therapist to determine what mental illness you have to bring a criminal into our country and into your home. You don't have enough problems in your life ? America doesn't have enough criminals ? Is your self respect that low ? You don't need a lawyer, you need a psychiatrist.

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      • #4
        Was really hoping Michael was in a car accident and not able to TRY to insult anyone tonight, but no such luck. I may need a lot of things, but ignorance needs no assistance in indentifying itself. Keep up the good work Michael. I think this may be all the attention you ever get because I can't imagine anyone actually TALKING TO YOU OFF LINE. You sad, pathetic little man you. You appear to be a miserable human being. You are human aren't you? A---hole alert!

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        • #5
          "Was really hoping Michael was in a car accident " - spoken like a true Christian. I don't have to "hope" something bad will happen to you because I know it will and I am laughing at you right now.

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          • #6
            Thank you so much for your comments Michael. They really help as always.

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            • #7
              Montego:

              Before any advice can be given you need to disclose for what offense was your husband arrested at age 18 and whether he was convicted.

              Okie Celt

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              • #8
                Okie, thank you for your response. Husband was here legally from age 14. At age 18 was arrested for pot. Sentenced to 1 - 3 yrs. Spent time in "boot camp type" detention for little less than a year, then transferred to INS detention. Has been back home since 1996. Hope to hear from you again soon.

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                • #9
                  sounds like a winner

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                  • #10
                    Better than a whiner. He made a mistake when he was YOUNGER not OLD(ER)

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                    • #11
                      Montego:

                      You ARE going to need an attorney.

                      Okie Celt

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                      • #12
                        Okie Celt,

                        Thank you again. Will do just that.

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                        • #13
                          they don't put people in jail for 1-3 years for smoking pot. You know how many people smoke pot??? I think there's a lot more to this than what you're disclosing.

                          He's gonna have to get a waiver -- basically permission to enter the US for *any* purpose -- first. It's hard and there's no guarantee and really his best chance was to argue and appeal in front of the judge while he was here.

                          Those waivers takes years sometimes to work through the system and looks like he's gonna have to move to canada or something. Prolly like his best choice right now. At least he'll be a lot closer to you. That's what all deported americans do. Move to Canada. The Canadian immigration officials welcome them too.

                          -= nav =-

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                          • #14
                            Moondin, thank you for response. Arrest was not for smoking, but for possession. More than allowed by the law as personal use. Three grams I believe. Please understand that any ommissions are not intentional, merely not included wholly. Spoke to lawyer today who gave same advice along your lines involving waiver to visit but not to reside here. Wife, mother, grandparents and some siblings are US citizens. Would allow him, if granted, permission to enter US for a predetermined time, but would be soley up to customs officer to set the time limit upon arrival. Yes I was told it was no where near a guarantee but worth a try nevertheless. Also told that SOME drug offenses are basis for NEVER returning to US.
                            Lawyer believes that because of his age at time of offense and sentence, he may have somewhat of a chance. I am not familar with Canandian immigration process at all. Will read through posts and other venues to learn more about that option. Thanks again.

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                            • #15
                              There is absolutely no way he spent 1 to 3 yrs in prison for 3 grams of marijuana. In comparison 3 grams probably weighs as much as 3 Q tip's. 3 ounces -- maybe. Unless he has other blackmarks on his name which caused his criminal points to go up which made him eligible for more time. Just know what ur getting into, if he is lying to you to save his a-s-s, or if ur lying to protect ur vanity. Either way most criminals re-offend. I hate for your future children to have to see dad on the prison compound to say bye before he is deported for good.

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