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Thread: Getting deported

  1. #1
    Guest
    When the BCIS discovers that someone is illegal, what is the first thing that happens? Do they send them a notice asking them to leave the country in the mail or does it have to be personally delivered or sent via certified mail? If they have a petition pending (ie. I-130), does that make a difference? If the person does not leave, then do they come with handcuffs? If you know anything about this or have ever experienced it, please share. thanks

  2. #2
    Guest
    When the BCIS discovers that someone is illegal, what is the first thing that happens? Do they send them a notice asking them to leave the country in the mail or does it have to be personally delivered or sent via certified mail? If they have a petition pending (ie. I-130), does that make a difference? If the person does not leave, then do they come with handcuffs? If you know anything about this or have ever experienced it, please share. thanks

  3. #3
    BCIS first issues a NTA(notice to appear)to appear infront of a Immigration Judge where the charges brought by the BCIS will be heard. The IJ will then see if you are entitled to any kind of relief from removal.

    You should speak to a immigration lawyer since they are the ones that deal with these kind of issues.

  4. #4
    Guest
    In most cases when the BCIS discovers that someone is illegal and if they can find the person they generally arrest the person. They then have 72 hours to issue an NTA. If the person has been convicted of a deporatable crime, the BCIS is now allowed to detain them till the case is over. Once the person comes in front of a judge, the person can seek any relief that is available to them.

    In your question, you mentioned pending I-130--one can ask for adjustment of status in immigration court if the I-130 is pending and likely to be approved soon and the person is otherwise eligible for adjustment.

  5. #5
    Guest
    do BCIS go after denied beneficiaries to enforce immigration law, using the data that the petitioner provided on the form?

  6. #6
    Guest
    What if the person entered without inspection and has been here ever since and has a USC spouse who has filed an I-130. Would the immigration judge be able to adjust the status, or would the person get deported because of illegal entry? Also, can/will the BCIS use information provided on the I-130 to track down the person?

  7. #7
    Guest
    I mean, if the person hasn't commited any crimes in the States.

  8. #8
    Guest
    Someone please answer :-)

  9. #9
    Guest
    245i is the only relief for aliens who entered withtout inspection, even they are married to a USC.

  10. #10
    Guest
    I don't think a private citizen (a jeleous wife on top of that) can't make such a move (she can complain about your status, but her marital issues are not the job of the BCIS!). I'd say
    even though you're deportable, you are not a priority in such a case as long as you keep a low profile.

    In general I don't feel too sympatetic with overstayers or illegals etc., but I understand that there is often times circumstances and not necessarily the desire to break the law.

    What's the father of the child saying to all of this? If he's denying or wanting you to harm the baby, you should consult Catholic services. Dont get yourself distracted by short term desires and goals, focus on the long term and do what's right! Good luck and congrats!

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