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    I have a friend that have asked me about the new immigration bill and i couldnt giver her a proper answer to her question, so i will ask the question here and see whether any immigration expert or lawyer could answer it.

    My friend question is, whether an immigrants that had previously apply for asylum,but never attended court hearing thus prompting the court to serve her deportation letter for absentia, would be able to be eligible under the probabtion and Z-visa.

    I tried to seek the answer by looking at the bill text and found this:

    --------
    Those with final orders of removal are ineligible if such removal orders are based on
    crimes or security issues. Individuals subject to a reinstatement of a deportation order are
    ineligible.
    -----------

    The way i read this text seems to suggest that she will be eligible if she was ordered deported because of absentia since she wasnt ordered deported based on crimes or security issues.Am i wrong on that?
    She had apllied for asylum, but because of family death, she did not attend the court hearing, and never left.

    Any lawyers that could answer this question?

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    I have a friend that have asked me about the new immigration bill and i couldnt giver her a proper answer to her question, so i will ask the question here and see whether any immigration expert or lawyer could answer it.

    My friend question is, whether an immigrants that had previously apply for asylum,but never attended court hearing thus prompting the court to serve her deportation letter for absentia, would be able to be eligible under the probabtion and Z-visa.

    I tried to seek the answer by looking at the bill text and found this:

    --------
    Those with final orders of removal are ineligible if such removal orders are based on
    crimes or security issues. Individuals subject to a reinstatement of a deportation order are
    ineligible.
    -----------

    The way i read this text seems to suggest that she will be eligible if she was ordered deported because of absentia since she wasnt ordered deported based on crimes or security issues.Am i wrong on that?
    She had apllied for asylum, but because of family death, she did not attend the court hearing, and never left.

    Any lawyers that could answer this question?

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    • #3
      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Sundevilusa is not even a US ciizen and has no right to vote in this country, but he bashes immigrants like he </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


      To build himself up by putting someone down - oldest trick in a book, doesn't work, though.

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      • #4
        no answer to my question?

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        • #5
          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by albatross23:
          I have a friend that have asked me about the new immigration bill and i couldnt giver her a proper answer to her question, so i will ask the question here and see whether any immigration expert or lawyer could answer it.

          My friend question is, whether an immigrants that had previously apply for asylum,but never attended court hearing thus prompting the court to serve her deportation letter for absentia, would be able to be eligible under the probabtion and Z-visa.

          I tried to seek the answer by looking at the bill text and found this:

          --------
          Those with final orders of removal are ineligible if such removal orders are based on
          crimes or security issues. Individuals subject to a reinstatement of a deportation order are
          ineligible.
          -----------

          The way i read this text seems to suggest that she will be eligible if she was ordered deported because of absentia since she wasnt ordered deported based on crimes or security issues.Am i wrong on that?
          She had apllied for asylum, but because of family death, she did not attend the court hearing, and never left.

          Any lawyers that could answer this question? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

          I'm not a lawyer, but this is what I know:

          You should watch cspan tomorrow, Senator Cornyn from Texas is going to introduce an amendment that among other things would disqualify a person from receiving any benefit under the bill if the person is already in deportation proceedings or has been ordered deported.

          Freedom1.

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          • #6
            okay..Thank you for the response...Do you think it will pass??..Do you know where i could read his amendment?

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            • #7
              Lets all hope the bill never sees the light of day.

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              • #8
                why not?

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                • #9
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