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Thread: Change status while on deportation proceeding

  1. #1
    Hello all members,

    First of all I really appreciate the works done by the contributor and experts on this Immigration matter. I think it tremendously helps immigrant like me to inquire possible answers at least initially before going to the paid immigration attorney for immigration problems.

    I am in deportation proceeding but the final order to leave the country has not been issued. My question is : Am I going to be barred to enter the US for 10 yrs eventhough now I am planning to change my status to J2 since my wife holds J1 (research scholar) and can claim me?

    I would really appreciate your answers and thank you in advance!

  2. #2
    Hello all members,

    First of all I really appreciate the works done by the contributor and experts on this Immigration matter. I think it tremendously helps immigrant like me to inquire possible answers at least initially before going to the paid immigration attorney for immigration problems.

    I am in deportation proceeding but the final order to leave the country has not been issued. My question is : Am I going to be barred to enter the US for 10 yrs eventhough now I am planning to change my status to J2 since my wife holds J1 (research scholar) and can claim me?

    I would really appreciate your answers and thank you in advance!

  3. #3
    Once you are in proceedings, you cannot change your status, as you are no longer in status.


  4. #4
    How can you change status to J2 if you are in deportation proceedings? If you are deported, you will be barred for 10 years and being married to a J1 will mean much of nothing. There's no waiver until your spouse becomes at least a green card holder.

  5. #5
    let me be the first one to say to you: BYEEEEEE!!! Don't forget to refer all your shady friends to come here for help. Thank you for your patronage.

  6. #6
    Thank you all for taking time to respond my questions. So long then..

    I just like to leave a quotes from Martin Luthern King Jr for federale

    "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear."
    Martin Luther King Jr.

  7. #7
    Look up non immigrant waiver.

    You have to be in status to change to another one.

  8. #8
    Someone12
    Guest
    The OP ($hitbag) has no status to change from, because this $hitbag is a visa cheat....

  9. #9
    Someone12
    Guest
    and no bogus marriage is going to save you....so, get the EFF out of my country.

  10. #10
    Excellent S12 to the point as usual. Cheers!!!

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