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  • SAMMY, 4NOW, others---->Volontary Departure???

    Here is the letter I received from BCIS...

    "You are granted to____________to effect your departure from the United States voluntarily, without the institution of proceedings to enforce your departure.

    If you fail to depart from the United States by the date specified, proceedings will be institued to enforce your departure"

    They didnt put a date, do I have 30 days, 60 days??? And from when??? From the day the AOS was denied or from the day I received this letter?

    Is this what they call "Being granted volontary departure"???

    If I leave right away, what are my chance of Fiance Visa??? My Mom is sick I need to go see her.

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    Here is the letter I received from BCIS...

    "You are granted to____________to effect your departure from the United States voluntarily, without the institution of proceedings to enforce your departure.

    If you fail to depart from the United States by the date specified, proceedings will be institued to enforce your departure"

    They didnt put a date, do I have 30 days, 60 days??? And from when??? From the day the AOS was denied or from the day I received this letter?

    Is this what they call "Being granted volontary departure"???

    If I leave right away, what are my chance of Fiance Visa??? My Mom is sick I need to go see her.

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    • #3
      Im so sorry Casandra for the situation. its such bad timing. In anyway..this is not legal advice. its just my opinion and I hope Sammy will answer you soon. But I would get married and file your papers BEFORE you leave!!! (Actually yesterday would have been good.) especially the 1-130 petition Complete the packet again like the first time. 1-130/485/864/765 and new pictures. you will also have to file for advance parole now too. Submit them together at your local BCIS office if that is procedure in your state. If you do this.. Make sure you are carrying your divorce decree and your new marriage certificate with you at all times until this new apps can be processed.

      Sincerely best wishes. I know you have to to for your moms sake. and that is the priority, but please be wise and make a decision that will all over benefit everyone involved.

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      • #4
        Cassandra:
        I know you don't need to read that I'm sorry but I do and I wish you the best.
        Hopefully Sammy will come and answer some of your doubts. I will also pray for your mom.

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        • #5
          Oh My god Cassandra what happened to you?
          Can you tell me a little about your situation?
          Was your I-751 denied?

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          • #6
            Not I-751.

            My AOS for CPR was denied, but that doesnt have anything to do with the BCIS...it was supposed to happen, since I and my USC husband got divorced before we even had an interview...

            There is no surprise about it, its the way its supposed to be.

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            • #7
              oooops sorry about that, my friend JohnJohnJohn is over and I forgot to log him out

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              • #8
                CORRECTION


                Not I-751.

                My AOS for CPR was denied, but that doesnt have anything to do with the BCIS...it was supposed to happen, since I and my USC husband got divorced before we even had an interview...

                There is no surprise about it, its the way its supposed to be.

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                • #9
                  oooops sorry about that, my friend JohnJohnJohn is over and I forgot to log him out

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                  • #10
                    CORRECTION


                    Not I-751.

                    My AOS for CPR was denied, but that doesnt have anything to do with the BCIS...it was supposed to happen, since I and my USC husband got divorced before we even had an interview...

                    There is no surprise about it, its the way its supposed to be.

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                    • #11
                      Sorry about the mix up...

                      Thanks to all of you guys for your support.

                      Cassandra.

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                      • #12
                        Unless you have a basis to adjust your status at this time, you must leave if BCIS is not adjusting your current application. The AOS denial means that you don't qualify (or that BCIS things that you don't) for "CPR"(?what kind of visa is this?).

                        It doesn't mean and we don't know to advise you on it if other circumstances exist for you to adjust. If not, your best bet is to leave at this time, because if you disregard the VD offer and are ordered removed it will be more difficult later to enter or adjust (a bar of a minimum of 3 years will go into effect as soon as you are forcibly removed). Good luck!

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                        • #13
                          Yeah this was the worst stage for you to get divorced. Thi is INS' test.
                          Man I can not believe that your husband wrote INS telling them to withdraw the I-130 petition.
                          Wow.

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                          • #14
                            The spouse in this case did not have to write to BCIS; she simply is ineligible for the visa because of divorce before AOS. There is no other way and the spouse couldn't help or hurt her either way. To have the best chance of reentry, I would comply with the order within 30 days and hope that it looks good for future fiance visa. I wonder if she gets remarried if she could apply for another AOS ??? SAMMY ???

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