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  • MY 7 old years daughter was deported on august 29. to Jordan

    With this letter I wanted to put this case which was a mix of contradictions with the basic civil, human rights, lack of understanding and violation of the U.S. Immigration law. These violations torn our family a part, with me waiting in U.S. for a scheduled court in July 2007, and a removal for my husband and 7-years old daughter to Jordan. The following summarize this case:

    1. The case started in July 15, 2005 with the unfair asylum court decision of removal for my husband and 7-years old daughter, while I was scheduled for a court in December, 2005 (Knowing that we are all in the same case). This court was pushed back for another 18 months to July 2007. Currently, I am living by myself with my health problems that started to get worse due to the lack of help that I was getting from my husband and the emotional serious impact which stroke all of us.
    2. My husband was a professional Engineer who was a full time employee with a work permit that he was renewing every year. In August 22, 2005 he went to renew his work permit after consulting with his lawyer and taken all the supporting documents to the INS office in Detroit. He submitted a motion to the Board of Immigration and a "Request of Stay", which was granted. He was trying to do the right thing by voluntarily going to renew his Employment Authorization Card". He was instructed by the Detroit Immigration officer to pay the fees, fill the renewal application and come back toward the end of the day to pick his Card. When he went back to pick his card he was told by an officer that he was ordered removed and he will be in custody until getting deported. He informed and showed the officer the proof of the Motion and Request of Stay that was submitted on his behalf. The officer refused to check anything and ordered him to Wayne County Jail, where he stayed for a week.
    3. Going to the jail for the first time in life caused a big shock to him and family and caused disturbance to his heart and blood pressure, which he was suffering from. Under these uncomfortable conditions he requested to be removed from jail to anywhere and we were worried about his health, which was worsened.
    4. He voluntarily chose to go to Jordan. Since then he was living in Jordan with my 7-years old daughter who lost a year in school and started to have an emotional shock for being away for a long time from her mother, living in an environment that is totally different.
    5. I was trying find any logic in the judge's decision to tear our family apart twice, the first time when she ordered my sole source of support (my husband) and daughter to be removed and the second time when she decided to make our suffering longer, by rescheduling and delaying my court for another 18 months. The longer we stay apart the more damage to family will occur. I cannot afford to work to make my living and pay the cost of my health coverage. Copies of my medical reports, which stated that I cannot rely on myself to live alone. I have some health problems, which restrict me from driving. This court and officer's decision has paralyzed me and tremendously increased my struggle. I do not have any family members or relatives living in the state. I wanted to appeal to your sense of humanity and ask if you would approve this torture to me and to a 7-years old child, who has no clue of anything.
    6. I was wondering and looking for any acceptable justification to what happened. No legal of humanitarian law would allow that. After this tearing of our family we had more damage than the period which when lived under fear in may native country Croatia, where we were in risk, but we were all together.
    7. The removal of my husband and daughter was due to the lack of understanding by the officer to the immigration laws. The Judge who ordered the removal gave my husband and daughter 30 days to leave and also she gave them the possibility to apply for a motion or appeal to the Board of Immigration in Virginia. They applied for a motion and Request of Stay, which was received by the board and bending when he was taken into custody.
    I was wondering what this law means, when it gives the applicant to appeal and strips him from that at the same time!
    8. I have many skills and I am a professional painter and mural arts specialist. I have a lot to contribute if can get the opportunity.

    My 7 years daughter was deported 7 days after my husband, she was forced to lieve country she was traveling in airplaine alone. We were all time legally in USA, I have a job, paying the taxes, Senator Carl Levin office working on case, nothing, now is 9 months, progress, nothing, no answers, no clue. My grandfather brother was American citizen, hi was burried in Chicago, now I don't have right to be an American, this country was build from immigrants, or not, we are from Mars or Venus (aliens)?!

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    With this letter I wanted to put this case which was a mix of contradictions with the basic civil, human rights, lack of understanding and violation of the U.S. Immigration law. These violations torn our family a part, with me waiting in U.S. for a scheduled court in July 2007, and a removal for my husband and 7-years old daughter to Jordan. The following summarize this case:

    1. The case started in July 15, 2005 with the unfair asylum court decision of removal for my husband and 7-years old daughter, while I was scheduled for a court in December, 2005 (Knowing that we are all in the same case). This court was pushed back for another 18 months to July 2007. Currently, I am living by myself with my health problems that started to get worse due to the lack of help that I was getting from my husband and the emotional serious impact which stroke all of us.
    2. My husband was a professional Engineer who was a full time employee with a work permit that he was renewing every year. In August 22, 2005 he went to renew his work permit after consulting with his lawyer and taken all the supporting documents to the INS office in Detroit. He submitted a motion to the Board of Immigration and a "Request of Stay", which was granted. He was trying to do the right thing by voluntarily going to renew his Employment Authorization Card". He was instructed by the Detroit Immigration officer to pay the fees, fill the renewal application and come back toward the end of the day to pick his Card. When he went back to pick his card he was told by an officer that he was ordered removed and he will be in custody until getting deported. He informed and showed the officer the proof of the Motion and Request of Stay that was submitted on his behalf. The officer refused to check anything and ordered him to Wayne County Jail, where he stayed for a week.
    3. Going to the jail for the first time in life caused a big shock to him and family and caused disturbance to his heart and blood pressure, which he was suffering from. Under these uncomfortable conditions he requested to be removed from jail to anywhere and we were worried about his health, which was worsened.
    4. He voluntarily chose to go to Jordan. Since then he was living in Jordan with my 7-years old daughter who lost a year in school and started to have an emotional shock for being away for a long time from her mother, living in an environment that is totally different.
    5. I was trying find any logic in the judge's decision to tear our family apart twice, the first time when she ordered my sole source of support (my husband) and daughter to be removed and the second time when she decided to make our suffering longer, by rescheduling and delaying my court for another 18 months. The longer we stay apart the more damage to family will occur. I cannot afford to work to make my living and pay the cost of my health coverage. Copies of my medical reports, which stated that I cannot rely on myself to live alone. I have some health problems, which restrict me from driving. This court and officer's decision has paralyzed me and tremendously increased my struggle. I do not have any family members or relatives living in the state. I wanted to appeal to your sense of humanity and ask if you would approve this torture to me and to a 7-years old child, who has no clue of anything.
    6. I was wondering and looking for any acceptable justification to what happened. No legal of humanitarian law would allow that. After this tearing of our family we had more damage than the period which when lived under fear in may native country Croatia, where we were in risk, but we were all together.
    7. The removal of my husband and daughter was due to the lack of understanding by the officer to the immigration laws. The Judge who ordered the removal gave my husband and daughter 30 days to leave and also she gave them the possibility to apply for a motion or appeal to the Board of Immigration in Virginia. They applied for a motion and Request of Stay, which was received by the board and bending when he was taken into custody.
    I was wondering what this law means, when it gives the applicant to appeal and strips him from that at the same time!
    8. I have many skills and I am a professional painter and mural arts specialist. I have a lot to contribute if can get the opportunity.

    My 7 years daughter was deported 7 days after my husband, she was forced to lieve country she was traveling in airplaine alone. We were all time legally in USA, I have a job, paying the taxes, Senator Carl Levin office working on case, nothing, now is 9 months, progress, nothing, no answers, no clue. My grandfather brother was American citizen, hi was burried in Chicago, now I don't have right to be an American, this country was build from immigrants, or not, we are from Mars or Venus (aliens)?!

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    • #3
      so are you a US citizen? What about your child? Why dont you go and get your kid or visit there often?

      You should not let your child separate from you for so long!

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      • #4
        No I'm not American citizen, I'm immigrant legally here in asylum case, more than five years here, working together with my husband, we just try to keep always our status legall and this happened to us. I don't have green card, just right to work pay the taxes and bills.

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        • #5
          Maybe its better to leave.Your story is hard to understand. Start with a timeline.
          When did you come to the USA?
          What visa were you on?
          WHat asylum case were you on?
          Why did your husband choose Jordan to go to rather than Croatia?
          If he was a legal resident..he wouldnt have bee deported.
          That means that he was working pending his case and that case failed and so he was ordered removed right?
          Your case ist like other cases. You came here and claimed asylum but it was refused....so you have to leave. Thats the risk of claiming asylum. Your case is pending for many years with just a hope that it is allowed then when it fails you have to leave. You cant use the fact that you have built a life here as reason to stay.
          Do you have an attorney?

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          • #6
            First we came here before five years ago, I'm Croatian, my daughter Croatian, my husband Jordanian, we came from Croatia, I'm refugee in my own country, until now we don't have any Court decision. We had schedule for the Court, I was in hospital that day, my lawyer sad that paper's from hospital and documentation it's good reason and we don't have to appear on schedual for court, what was wrong, judge put my husband and daughter on removal, after that we appeal on High Board of Immigration against that and our appeal was granted, but my husband was in jail and deported, after seven days my daughter to.
            I have two lawyers, who is in asylum case can't be deported. My case is first in the World not in USA.

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            • #7
              It appears you are better off returning to where you came from, because you dont have a green card, you are not a citizen and your asylum case was thrown out.

              Why do you make your child continue suffering?

              You are the one who should return -not them come here-because you cant visit and return anyway, so when you stay here what you imply is that you will NEVER see your husband and child again!

              Or ask your husband to apply papers for you in Jordan.

              You also need to know that Jordanians are viewed suspiciously by US govt so it doesnt help thats where your husband is from, could be thats why he was deported so quick.

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              • #8
                Asylum case is asylum case, don't have the different, second, we came on turistic visa and we filed for asylum.

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                • #9
                  bottomline is that they will deport you finally, as well.

                  You better leave voluntarily.

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                  • #10
                    I can't go there, I have the reason, his family don't accepting me. My husband cann come back on Hb-1, he is an telecommunication engineer. Now accepting application for that. He is loooking now for company to sponsoring him.

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                    • #11
                      No, I have right to stay, I don't goanna be deported. This is stupid.

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                      • #12
                        I don't understand why you are here and your husband and dauhter are in Jordan?? Jordan won't let you in? Why are you confused? You applied for asylum and were denied. Not every person who applies for asylum gets it. Whats the issue here?

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                        • #13
                          I like just all immigrants to read this and please don't trust the lawyers, immigration officers have the right to refuse to check regular documents to do anything, be carefull always.

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                          • #14
                            If your husband got deported, he probably has a bar and is most likely ineligible to return under any visa. Another odd thing about your case is that he was told to leave within 30 days. Voluntary departure is usually 120 days.

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                            • #15
                              My husband native country is Jordan, I had never bin there, I'm not a citizen, we don't goanna live there. I'm waiting for them to come back.

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