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    One of my friend got a workpermit by paying money to somebody and also he got his SSN this happened 5 years ago. But he never renewed his workpermit. Now he applied legally to get his papers done. Will there be any problem when he goes for the finger print?.
    Pls let me know.
    curious friend

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    One of my friend got a workpermit by paying money to somebody and also he got his SSN this happened 5 years ago. But he never renewed his workpermit. Now he applied legally to get his papers done. Will there be any problem when he goes for the finger print?.
    Pls let me know.
    curious friend

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    • #3
      Anybody help me with an answer pls????

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      • #4
        This should be acknowledged during the legal application process by submitting a waiver - form I-601 - clearly stating the past misuse of documents. Someone with legal experience can explain this further to you; I just know that if the person does not acknowledge this past action and it comes up in the application process it definitely can have an adverse impact on the decision.

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        • #5
          Lurker....
          Before an I-601 is even placed on this thread. It is imperative if Kevinjohn even have the qualified relative and petition for the waiver. At this point, only certain grounds are covered by the waiver and only the spouse and children of the USC.

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          • #6
            Good point, Angeleyes - not being a legal expert but simply having petitioned for my spouse I am not the most qualified person to answer!

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            • #7
              I can't believe at times what i read here. The manipulation of the law. The fake documents. I as a usc if i were to do what some here have done i would be locked up. At times i wish i was here illegaly so i could enjoy the benifits to.

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              • #8
                LOL What "benefits" are you refering to? The "benefit" of having to live in the shadows from fear of getting deported? The "benefit" of getting payed awful wages for the worst jobs? The "benefit" of living like second class citizens? The "benefit" of having to sacrifice thier pride and dignity by using false documentation to work and contribute to a society which has little respect for them? Maybe a few of our Welfare moms could learn a lesson from those immigrants who will go to great lengths just to be able to work and support themselves!

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