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Thread: My husband's I-130

  1. #1
    My husband and I have been married 4yrs now. I am an american born citizen, he is a native honduran. We met in Miami where he entered illegally and was caught and released in brownsville,TX. 2 yrs ago we decided it would be best if he go back to honduras and wait for his papers there, since he already had an order of deportation for not showing up to court. Even before he left we were married and an I130 was filed our attorney who collected 4G of our hard earned money submitted the petition requested be without an interview because of his situation when my husband was here, we got an interview immediately but were advised by our atty. not to show up because he would be deported on the spot.it was then resubmitted without an interview, we are still waiting. I travel 4 to 5 a yr to honduras but we are both anxious to know whats going to happen. We haven't heard from our atty. since.and are anxious for his return. No criminal record, we have jt bankacct, he's on the lease, has medical insurance and God knows its a legitimate marriage. everytime i check the status or get a fast pass they say we r still waiting for a decision. why is it taking so long? the processing ctr has had the case for over a yr.

  2. #2
    My husband and I have been married 4yrs now. I am an american born citizen, he is a native honduran. We met in Miami where he entered illegally and was caught and released in brownsville,TX. 2 yrs ago we decided it would be best if he go back to honduras and wait for his papers there, since he already had an order of deportation for not showing up to court. Even before he left we were married and an I130 was filed our attorney who collected 4G of our hard earned money submitted the petition requested be without an interview because of his situation when my husband was here, we got an interview immediately but were advised by our atty. not to show up because he would be deported on the spot.it was then resubmitted without an interview, we are still waiting. I travel 4 to 5 a yr to honduras but we are both anxious to know whats going to happen. We haven't heard from our atty. since.and are anxious for his return. No criminal record, we have jt bankacct, he's on the lease, has medical insurance and God knows its a legitimate marriage. everytime i check the status or get a fast pass they say we r still waiting for a decision. why is it taking so long? the processing ctr has had the case for over a yr.

  3. #3
    Is your husband here or not?

  4. #4
    he returned to honduras on his own two years ago.

  5. #5
    we have been married for 4 yrs now.

  6. #6
    Your case is being delayed because of your last case. Was the original I-130 denied or approved? Is it still pending?

    Have you contacted the attorney? Gone to his/her office? I would go to the office and ask for a copy of your file and then go see a competent attorney. Many will give you a free consult to look at your case.

  7. #7
    he was self deported. first of all call your attorney and ask him to transfer 130 to consulate in Hunduras. he will inform USCIS and court that his client self deported himself.
    Next do the consulate processing with waiver.
    Its a discussion, not a legal advise..

  8. #8
    Congratulations!!! you married a winner, by the way how much did you charge him for your fraudulent marriage??? Who the hell marries a primitive from Honduras, hmmm... INS should investigate this most carefully.

  9. #9
    If the original I-130 was withdrawn, you can now refile. Note that you will eventually need to apply for a waiver. Sounds like your attorney was not very good. Get another attorney.

  10. #10
    Someone12
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    No more trailerpark anchor babies!
    Who gives a rat's tu.rd if this border jumping piece of donkey excrement ever returns to MY country,...everyone who cares, raise your hand....hmmm....I see only that manatee from the trailerpark raising the hand that has no bon-bons in it....ok...all those who say, eff this dirtbag...stay in Honduras.....12,556,898.....nope, wait, 23,450,901....oops....149,676,034,,,,,looks like a landslide decision...stay home.

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