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    Tcarson --

    There are bills pending in the Senate right now that would pass a waiver for people in our situation. Hopefully, people like you and I can get back into the country we belong to with our families intact. I would suggest that you make as many contacts as possible and talk to as many officials in Washington (by mail or whatever) as you can. This law was meant to curb illegal immigration, not separate familes. There is even talk of the law being revised because it does not achieve its primary objective. Hopefully, your family will benefit from this kind of change. Until then, there is not much we can do but keep working on the process.

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    Next time please use a new thread for your questions.

    Since your fiancee claimed to be a USC, there is no waiver for that and she is inadmissible I think until she is 90 or something like that. At this point, you can bring your child here in the US to live with you, live in Mexico or live in another country.

    Sorry that I could not tell you anything positive.

    Goodluck to you and your family.

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    Sure. Here's a suggestion. Go to Mexico and live there with your fiancee and child.

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    I have a fiancee in Mexico. We have a child together. He has been documented as an American Citizen born abroad. We applied for a fiancee visa and went to Ciudad Juarez for an appointment. We were denied the visa because my fiancee had once claimed to be an american trying to cross the border and was caught. The clerk at the consulate said that there was no waiver for this violation and that I could not get my fiancee here with our child. Does anyone have any helpfull ideas on fighting this.

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    Yes I would not count on any help from this president. Even though he is tempted to pander to illegals, the rest of us are starting to make them realize that the voters who can put them out of office NOW are the ones they better take care of. And we are all for closing the borders until we can round up all the people who are here illegally . Then we can open them up again with strict enforcment of the laws. NO MORE ILLEGALS

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    The president of the U.S. is the only one who could pardon an alien and make his/her status legal (the attorney general can't do that!).

    A state governour can pardon the criminal conviction of a person (alien or otherwise), but it would be to the INS and other authorities (such as the attorney general) to adjust that person's illegal status.

    I would not bet on any of this at these times of "compassionate republicanism" ....

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    There is a new terrorist visa, that can have a pardon-like effect if the applicant has info the US needs.

    Other than that, the only route I know of, would be a waiver.

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    Most likely this would depend on "national interest"....what would be the national interest of having your husband pardoned and given a GC?

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    It would be a mistake to expect the pardon from the current administration

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    The president - maybe - and the Attorney General.

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    Can the president of the United States pardon an illegal immigrant for a crime and then allow that person the opportunity to return to his family by applying for an adjustment of status? Would a governor be able to do so?

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    Pardoning Immigrants

    Can the president of the United States pardon an illegal immigrant for a crime and then allow that person the opportunity to return to his family by applying for an adjustment of status? Would a governor be able to do so?
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