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Thread: Re: voluntary departure

  1. #1
    Deportation proceedings in 1984 before IIRIRA. Was granted voluntary departure in May 1999.

    Have not departed since then. This has been over 10 years. Has the statue of 10 year bar over by now and can I apply for relief or suspension of deportation?

    Can someone also please tells me which statue applies to me, 244(e) pre IIRIRA.

    Also the judge did not give me all the warnings and consequences of taking voluntary departure. The whole hearing lasted 20 minutes. Do I have any relief to appeal this to the higher court?

    Thank you all.

    Fab

  2. #2
    Deportation proceedings in 1984 before IIRIRA. Was granted voluntary departure in May 1999.

    Have not departed since then. This has been over 10 years. Has the statue of 10 year bar over by now and can I apply for relief or suspension of deportation?

    Can someone also please tells me which statue applies to me, 244(e) pre IIRIRA.

    Also the judge did not give me all the warnings and consequences of taking voluntary departure. The whole hearing lasted 20 minutes. Do I have any relief to appeal this to the higher court?

    Thank you all.

    Fab

  3. #3
    Yes, you can get relief, but only in removal proceedings, a claim of political asylum, withholding based on harm to a USC or LPR, or witholding under the Convention against Torture.

    Your best bet is to go the the ICE office and see if they can get you a hearing.

  4. #4
    If you follow fedNUT's advice, you'll probably end up in removal proceedings but possibly locked in detention until your hearing.

    Your best bet is to have a consultation with a good immigration lawyer first before doing anything else.
    "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

  5. #5
    Someone12
    Guest
    Never, ever take advice from a Weetabix-eating wan.ker. Basically, you're toast....which is what you deserve, you piece of filth...you have disobeyed every law of the US of A and now you're looking for loophole???? Up yours. Why couldn't you obey our laws, $hitbag???? Are you exempt from our laws?? if so, why? And if so, why the eff are you even posting some pathetic bleating on the topic? Get the eff out of MY country and take that silly wan.ker Brit with you.

  6. #6
    Deportation proceedings in 1984...was GRANTED voluntary departure in 1999...and the criminal is still here??? Obviously you have no concept of self respect, pride, honor. Why criminal? because when we break the law that's what we become. Byeeeeeee

  7. #7
    and when you leave, take a couple of illegals with you under each arm.

  8. #8

  9. #9
    I thought it over and have a good solid answer for you HenryFlab. Move in with Brit the blok he'll take care of you. Of course if you don't like Brits you have a myriad of commie pinko liberals to choose from in this page.

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