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Thread: NEED HELP!!!!!!!!

  1. #1
    Hi, my husband is mexican i am american and we have 2 american children together, he was on probation and the probation officer violated him for moving out of my mother's house at 10:00 at night without her permission. well we had to leave my mother kicked us out and the police made us leave. now he is in jail and there is a I.C.E. detainee on him and they say they are going to deport him back to mexico. does anyone know if their is a chance of him staying here in the u.s.? he has court on the 25 for the violation and then he gets sent to alanta to have a deportion hearing. does that mean they will send him back for sure or what? please help!!!!!!!!!!
    if you have any advice on what i can do please e-mail me ssramones2@aol.com. thanks for reading

  2. #2
    Hi, my husband is mexican i am american and we have 2 american children together, he was on probation and the probation officer violated him for moving out of my mother's house at 10:00 at night without her permission. well we had to leave my mother kicked us out and the police made us leave. now he is in jail and there is a I.C.E. detainee on him and they say they are going to deport him back to mexico. does anyone know if their is a chance of him staying here in the u.s.? he has court on the 25 for the violation and then he gets sent to alanta to have a deportion hearing. does that mean they will send him back for sure or what? please help!!!!!!!!!!
    if you have any advice on what i can do please e-mail me ssramones2@aol.com. thanks for reading

  3. #3
    Well

    I think there are afew facts missing here in this story for the p.o. to violate his probation for leaving the house. sounds like the police arrested him that night maybe?

    In anyway you need a criminal attorney with immigration background/knowledge.. or vice versa. dont even think about using a attorney without immigration background and having expereience in removal proceedings, cacellation of removal etc.

    GET AN ATTORNEY FAST or he could be in mexico real soon

  4. #4
    You did not mention what his original offense was that got him into probation in the first place. That will go a long way in determining if he falls under any of the deportable crimes. Help us help you...more info please.

  5. #5
    I agree with 4now. Get an attorney fast.

    If you cannot afford one try this page for free legal advice
    http://www.usdoj.gov/eoir/probono/states.htm

    Good luck.

  6. #6
    hey sorry well he did not get arrested that night he got in touch with the p.o the next morning she acted like everything was okay. the next week when he went into her office that is where they arrested him. he is on probation for simple assult against me and i have the same charge on him but i got a "slap on the hand" and he got 2 years. unfair!!!

  7. #7
    Someone12
    Guest
    ship this douchebag out of my country tomorrow...who needs this $hitbag????

  8. #8
    You do not know my husband. everyone makes mistakes and he has not hit me ever since that ONE time!!!!! he is a great husband and father. he loves his family and regets hitting me and that was almost 1 1/2 years ago...so please people do not judge people because they made a bad choice.

  9. #9
    [QUOTE]
    out of my country QUOTE]
    Funny! Last time i checked the U.S was still been called The "United States of America" and not The "United States of Someone12" so get a grip asswipe...
    "If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts." --Albert Einstein

  10. #10
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ssramones2:
    hey sorry well he did not get arrested that night he got in touch with the p.o the next morning she acted like everything was okay. the next week when he went into her office that is where they arrested him. he is on probation for simple assult against me and i have the same charge on him but i got a "slap on the hand" and he got 2 years. unfair!!! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hello ssramones2,

    Assault is a crime of violence against another so I would think that falls under aggravated felony (same as domestic violence). Do not take this lightly with USCIS. It may say "Simple Assault" in criminal court but carries more weight with immigration.

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