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Thread: deported and returned...

  1. #1
    My husband came in 1970 was sentenced to parole fir1.5 years (1978)for possetion with intention to sell cocaine (1 gram) always worked. After he completed the parole was served with an order to be deported, he purchased his ticket and left (1984). We got married in 1982 and have 2 children he returned because of us in 1986.
    We never had any problems always worked and he is an excellent husband and father. He was going through a separation at the time.
    Last year he hired a lawyer that said we could adjust his status, he was able to get a permit, renew his drivers license, etc. We went to the first interview and they ask for additional papers, the problem is that when we reuturned for the second interview while waiting for our turn, our laywer said that he was afraid, that he could get detained and deported on the spot so we left, now they sent us another appointment and we do not know what to do, does he has a chance to adjust his status?? we are and older couple. Can he be deported on the spot, please any advise.
    Thank you.

  2. #2
    My husband came in 1970 was sentenced to parole fir1.5 years (1978)for possetion with intention to sell cocaine (1 gram) always worked. After he completed the parole was served with an order to be deported, he purchased his ticket and left (1984). We got married in 1982 and have 2 children he returned because of us in 1986.
    We never had any problems always worked and he is an excellent husband and father. He was going through a separation at the time.
    Last year he hired a lawyer that said we could adjust his status, he was able to get a permit, renew his drivers license, etc. We went to the first interview and they ask for additional papers, the problem is that when we reuturned for the second interview while waiting for our turn, our laywer said that he was afraid, that he could get detained and deported on the spot so we left, now they sent us another appointment and we do not know what to do, does he has a chance to adjust his status?? we are and older couple. Can he be deported on the spot, please any advise.
    Thank you.

  3. #3
    Your lawyer already advised you.
    Get another lawyer and see what she says.

  4. #4
    What's the basis for your husband to legalize (based on the immigration form you file or what your lawyer is telling you) ?

  5. #5
    Someone12
    Guest
    NO MORE ILLEGAL DIRTBAG ALIENS WHO IGNORE OR DISOBEY THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. GET RID OF EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM.

  6. #6
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by dakota:
    My husband came in 1970 was sentenced to parole fir1.5 years (1978)for possetion with intention to sell cocaine (1 gram) always worked. After he completed the parole was served with an order to be deported, he purchased his ticket and left (1984). We got married in 1982 and have 2 children he returned because of us in 1986.
    We never had any problems always worked and he is an excellent husband and father. He was going through a separation at the time.
    Last year he hired a lawyer that said we could adjust his status, he was able to get a permit, renew his drivers license, etc. We went to the first interview and they ask for additional papers, the problem is that when we reuturned for the second interview while waiting for our turn, our laywer said that he was afraid, that he could get detained and deported on the spot so we left, now they sent us another appointment and we do not know what to do, does he has a chance to adjust his status?? we are and older couple. Can he be deported on the spot, please any advise.
    Thank you. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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    It has been more than 20 years since he returned are there any laws that allow him to stay? The lawyer mentioned that because he re-entered before 1997, the case could be reopen and that we will have the opportunity to present the case during the interviews. Can he be taken on the 2nd interview.
    Any similaritites?? don't have much time.
    Please help (I have an appointment with another lawyer)

  7. #7
    Someone12
    Guest
    who cares? Why does the US need a drug dealing, law breaking dirtbag illegal who is too irresponsible to obey our laws? Please...I will gladly drive this jagoff to the nearest airport and wave his sorry behind good bye...

  8. #8
    1978 - 1.5 years parole
    1980 - completed parole, ordered to leave
    1982 - married
    1984 - leaves
    1986 - returns

    How was he able to evade both state and federal law enforcement agents 4 years in a row? How was he able to do it again 2 years later?

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