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  • #16
    I thank all of the people who continue to drag CSS/LULAC on and on. You all are the reason there will NEVER be another amnesty again. Bless each and every one of you. What you all have forgotten is that most of these cases were already found to be meritless now CIS must review them yet again. In addition, LIFE is not a priority right now.

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    • #17
      To PA:
      1-some people receive letter from back home through friend coming from home country to America then after they land in the U.S they put on them U.S stamp, it faster than if his parents send the mail from home county which usually takes from 2-3 weeks.
      2-The land lord usually issue a rent receipts to tenants who paid in cash, tenant who pay with check will not get receipt, the return check is their receipt and may be your friend is the only tenant in a two flat building then all receipt will be in a sequential order.
      3-The laser printing has been in America since the last seventy, it was so expensive only large corporation had it. So it's not true it never been before 1984.
      I think the USCIS explanation is not valid neither have a merit; they just want to silence your friend's from keeping pursuing his case and rights.
      I think he should ask for 30 more days' extension to overcome the intent to deny letter. Then he will have more time to respond and to gather more evidence or information.

      PA can you please tell me which USCIS office your friends had his interview at, and if the immigration officer tell him during the interview about the problem with of his paper. Did the USCIS tell your friends that they investigate his paper before he receives his intent to deny, how long this process took?
      Thanks

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      • #18
        NYC, interviewed in April 2004. The officer said he would reveiw the case and inform. Received letter for intent to deny in March 2005 stating they have researched and think the document are not authentic. advised to present any further evidence that could be considered in deciding the case. Iwonder if inadmisibility under 212(a)(6)(c)(i) is permanent or just applies to this case.

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        • #19
          Out, out!!!

          Back to ****LAND, NOW!!!
          You ****STER-FRAUDSTER GRINT!!!

          ALL GRINTS ARE THE SAME!!!
          ALL GRINTS ARE ****STERS/FRAUDSTERS!!!

          **** ON GRINTS, **** ON GRINTS!!!

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          • #20
            On serious note:

            http://www.immigrationlinks.com/news/news960.htm

            Ineligibility and Grounds of Inadmissibility


            Who Is Ineligible for Adjustment Under LIFE Legalization?
            As under IRCA, LIFE Legalization specifies that any otherwise
            eligible alien who has ever been convicted of a felony or of three or
            more misdemeanors in the United States is ineligible to adjust status
            under LIFE Legalization. Further, any alien who has ever assisted in
            the persecution of any person or persons on account of race, religion,
            nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political
            opinion is ineligible to adjust status under LIFE Legalization. There
            are no waivers available for the grounds of ineligibility described in
            this paragraph.
            The LIFE Legalization provisions further specify that section
            241(a)(5) of the Act (8 U.S.C. 1231(a)(5)) does not apply to an alien
            adjusting under LIFE Legalization. Section 241(a)(5) of the Act
            provides for the reinstatement of a removal order against any alien who
            illegally re-enters the United States after having been removed or

            after having departed voluntarily under an order of removal. It also
            bars any alien whose removal order has been reinstated from receiving
            any relief under the Act.
            All aliens must establish that they are admissible under section
            212(a) of the Act (8 U.S.C. 1182(a)). Sections 212(a)(5) (labor
            certification requirements) and 212(a)(7)(A) (documentation
            requirements for immigrants) are not applicable to LIFE Legalization
            applicants. Any alien who is inadmissible under other provisions of
            section 212(a) of the Act is not eligible for adjustment to LPR status
            under section 245A of the Act (8 U.S.C. 1255a). A waiver for
            humanitarian purposes, to assure family unity, or when it is otherwise
            in the public interest is available for some, but not all, grounds of
            inadmissibility. In addition, the LIFE Legalization provisions also
            allow for waivers for those aliens inadmissible pursuant to sections
            212(a)(9)(A) and 212(a)(9)(C) of the Act (aliens previously removed and
            aliens unlawfully present after previous immigration violations). The
            following grounds of inadmissibility under section 212(a) of the Act,
            however, may not be waived:
            1. Sections 212(a)(2)(A) and (B) of the Act, crimes involving moral
            turpitude and controlled substances;
            2. Section 212(a)(2)(C) of the Act, controlled substance
            traffickers;
            3. Section 212(a)(3) of the Act, security and related grounds; and
            4. Section 212(a)(4) of the Act, aliens likely to become a public
            charge.
            In determining whether the alien is likely to become a public
            charge, and would therefore be inadmissible under section 212(a)(4) of
            the Act, there is a Special Rule that is discussed in this interim rule
            at 8 CFR 245a.18(d). In short, the Special Rule allows the Service to
            look at an alien's employment history when determining whether he or
            she is likely to become a public charge.

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            • #21
              Wow, Epic! I am impressed! Keep up the excellent research and you just may some day become an Immigration Lawyer.

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              • #22
                I want to be a GRILL-MAN, not some ****HEAD lawyer !!!

                **** ON GRINTS!!!
                **** ON GRINTS!!!
                **** ON GRINTS!!!

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