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  • Cam I stay and adjust while on a deportation order?

    After a first marriage (in 2000) to a USC that failed, I found myself deportable back in June 2001.

    I stayed anyway and I am still hiding, now I met a nice man who is USC.
    We are about to get married, is there anyway that I will be able to adjust my status?

    I heard that with a really good Lawyer, it might work, do you you have any idea of how much a lawyer who charge us for a case like this?
    I have heard that it would cost 20,000 or 30,000.
    It might take years too.

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    After a first marriage (in 2000) to a USC that failed, I found myself deportable back in June 2001.

    I stayed anyway and I am still hiding, now I met a nice man who is USC.
    We are about to get married, is there anyway that I will be able to adjust my status?

    I heard that with a really good Lawyer, it might work, do you you have any idea of how much a lawyer who charge us for a case like this?
    I have heard that it would cost 20,000 or 30,000.
    It might take years too.

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    • #3
      I have almost the same problem.

      I am deportable after a first marriage that failed, and my actual Girl Friend is a LPR.

      If I go back will I have 10 years bar before my future wife can petition me, even if my Girl Friend becomes USC?

      Is there any chance that I can come back any sooner?

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      • #4
        Explore this site you will find answer.if not let anyone else write the answer.

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        • #5
          You said after your marriage failed, you found yourself "deportable" back in June 2001, was there a deportation order entered by a judge? Was there an NTA issued by the INS?

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          • #6
            They might have sent something in the mail, but I moved to avoid being caught...so I dont know.

            I am not sure, I said that I found myself deportable because I thought that once the AOS is abandonned your are automatically deportable...
            since my AOS was marriage based and the marriage ended in a divorce before interview.

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