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  • I was denied Grandfathering under 245

    The law (section 245) says even though your
    I-140 has been denied, if you fill out
    I-485 A; and file it on time (before April,30 2003), you should be granted Adjustment of Status. Last month I received a letter of denial of my I-140 (after 9 months processing time), and recently, about a week ago, I received a denial letter for my adjustment of status because (estated in the letter) of that I-140, Any body help ??? Can I apeal, Any lawyer ?? What court should I appeal to ?
    Please write to primattt@yahoo.com, seriously. Thank you all.

  • #2
    The law (section 245) says even though your
    I-140 has been denied, if you fill out
    I-485 A; and file it on time (before April,30 2003), you should be granted Adjustment of Status. Last month I received a letter of denial of my I-140 (after 9 months processing time), and recently, about a week ago, I received a denial letter for my adjustment of status because (estated in the letter) of that I-140, Any body help ??? Can I apeal, Any lawyer ?? What court should I appeal to ?
    Please write to primattt@yahoo.com, seriously. Thank you all.

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    • #3
      There is no such a law you quoted.

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      • #4
        That was a **** of an answer.

        Do you read english ?
        Then, look at

        http://www.immigration.gov/lpBin/lpe...tm#slb-act245i

        and lets talk,

        Thank you

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        • #5
          Hello porfa you are stupid.

          I-140 must be approved by BCIS/INS to qualify for 245-i adjustment of status.

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          • #6
            The FILING must be aproved, not the APPLICATION, get it?

            Stupid is your MOM, that did not have a choice, but to give birth to such shiny trash..

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            • #7
              Actually, giving birth to a "PARA-LEGAL"...

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              • #8
                porfa wrote: "The FILING must be aproved, not the APPLICATION, get it?"

                porfa is not stupid - porfa is an idiot.

                Petition I-140 must be approved by BCIS/INS in order to qualify for 245-i adjustment of status.
                If I-140 is denied like in your case than your pending 245-I Adjustment Of Status is canceled and you are subject to removal proceedings.
                You can be picked up by BCIS/INS agents because they know your adress.
                Be carefull!

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                • #9
                  For Helen:

                  They lack of Guts to do that...
                  You poor Baby, cant handle an Italian
                  personally, much less on this Board.

                  I might be an Idiot by option,
                  but you have a DNA deficiency in your
                  brains !

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                  • #10
                    If you filed an I-140 that was approvable when filed, you are eligible for 245(i) if the I-140 has a priority date of April 30, 2001 or earlier.

                    However, as has already been stated, if BCIS denies the I-140, the I-485 is denied. ALL that 245(i) does is allow a person who has overstayed or worked illegally to adjust status in the US (instead of having to leave and apply from abroad). 245(i) eligibility does NOT guarantee a green card or require BCIS to approve the I-485.

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                    • #11
                      porfa
                      You can be picked up by BCIS/INS agents because they know your adress from your I-485 form.

                      Be carefull! Relocate before they put you on the plane.
                      RUN AWAY BODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                      • #12
                        For Helen:

                        Again:
                        Theyre after slow pokes like you
                        that barely makes for your monthly bills.

                        Besides that, how do you put a 240 Lb and 6'4'' ft inside of a 1985 Crown Royal Border Patrol Car ?

                        Nope. Cant do it.

                        The money you make waiting on INS lines,
                        or waiting tables at night; I pay
                        in Taxes for your Social Security Surplus...

                        Again, better a DNA deficient in Jail
                        then a Tax payer like me.

                        Get a life Honey, or a Hair cut...

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