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Hazel04

Detained/Offense/Violation

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Hi, I'm in need of some help. I have a few questions. Only thing is that my husband will be applying for the provisional waiver I-601A and as a minor he was detained in his country Guatemala, for trying to get a visa to visit Mexico with a fake ID. They took his fingerprints and was arrested for a couple of hours until an adult from his family picked him up. My question is... coud he have a problem from getting his waiver and visa approved?

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It should be disclosed but he was a juvi & I don't think it will

count against him, You can however call a few of the free consult

attys and pose the question to them, I am not well up on 601a

eligibility....but again he was under 18...good luck

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