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i-751 denied, I dont wana get deported,we have a baby gir,i love my dora, please help

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  • #16
    Hi dadehar2003, i have been filed i-751 waiver( VSC) and i had a interview at 26 federal plaza,NY on Feb 02, 2010. the immigration officer approved my case and she stamped my passport IR-6 and she took my 2 pictures and fingerprint and signature for created 10 years green card. But i haven't received my permanent green card yet, it is almost 93 day passed. Please I need your advice, thank you so much...

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    • #17
      You need to schedule an infopass appointment. Perhaps your case was approved but card production was never ordered.
      "A candle loses absolutely nothing by lighting another candle"

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      • #18
        Yet another example of fake marriages, anchor kids, breakind the laws, oh! what a tangled web we weave...GO HOME!!! and take the kid with you.

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        • #19
          Hey don't worry about ****s like the one above.. if I were you I would check out www.immigrate2us.net it's a forum more centered on marriage based petitions. I think you should at least consult with a good lawyer the best ones that I know are Laurel Scott, Carl Shusterman, Heather Poole & Ana Schwartz. You do not need to be in-person to consult or hire a lawyer since immigration law is federal.

          It may be true that you don't NEED a lawyer but is it really worth the risk..? Some can handle it by themselves but others need a little helping hand.

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          • #20
            Whoops, didn't see that the original post was very old.

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            • #21
              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Tkgirl88:
              Hey don't worry about ****s like the one above.. if I were you I would check out www.immigrate2us.net it's a forum more centered on marriage based petitions. I think you should at least consult with a good lawyer the best ones that I know are Laurel Scott, Carl Shusterman, Heather Poole & Ana Schwartz. You do not need to be in-person to consult or hire a lawyer since immigration law is federal.

              It may be true that you don't NEED a lawyer but is it really worth the risk..? Some can handle it by themselves but others need a little helping hand. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

              Regardless that the post is old, you gave good information TKgirl88. Immigrate2us is a much better forum to seek help than this one.

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