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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Egypt
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I'd married to us citizen in May 2004 in my home country Egypt and

in June 2005 I received an immigrant visa and a 2 years (GC) form

the state of NY

in 2007 I filed i-751 by myself and I mentioned in the form that ( my wife still lived in Egypt and for me I work about 8 month in USA and spend the rest of the year with her in Egypt ).

in April 2009 I’d an interview it was less about 5 minutes.

then I received a letter that my case was denied cause mywife lives in Egypt

and then we must appear in the court in a front of an immigration judge

We couldn’t postponed and we missed it.

3 days later we received a deportation letter and a master hearing on May 2010.

I left voluntarily on January 2010 4 month before the court date Now I’m in Egypt with my wife (US citizen) .

By the way I’d a traffic misdemeanor (I paid less than 500 $ fine) .

1-Should I report to USCIS that I left voluntarily ?i mean is there any from shoulf i fill ?

2-Is there any chance to reenter again to USA ?

3-how much u gone charge me ? i only can pay by western union

thanks in advance

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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1. yes - not sure about any form. A letter should suffice (I THINK). You want this to be noted, a 'voluntary departure', since you have a deportation hearing scheduled.

2. yes - have yer wife file an I-130 petition via Direct Consular Filing to the US Embassy in Egypt. When you get new visa and come INTO the country again, you'll have a 10 year green card (based on marriage to us citizen longer than 2 years)

3. ME? You want me to charge you ? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm no, sorry, I wouldn't do that. I might ask for food pr0n photos though - you gots any fav mutton dish ??

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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I left voluntarily on January 2010 4 month before the court date Now I'm in Egypt with my wife (US citizen) .

Why on earth did you leave just like that? The master hearing was your perfect chance to appeal and explain exactly what happened... Why didn't your wife file jointly with you and fly to the states to attend the interview?!

I might ask for food pr0n photos though - you gots any fav mutton dish ??

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Wife's I-130:

03/15/2019 NOA1 (Nebraska Service Center)

02/11/2020 Case transferred to Vermont Service Center

02/02/2021 NOA2 الحمد لله

02/04/2021 Approval email
02/12/2022 NVC documents submitted

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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I'd married to us citizen in May 2004 in my home country Egypt and

in June 2005 I received an immigrant visa and a 2 years (GC) form

the state of NY

in 2007 I filed i-751 by myself and I mentioned in the form that ( my wife still lived in Egypt and for me I work about 8 month in USA and spend the rest of the year with her in Egypt ).

in April 2009 I’d an interview it was less about 5 minutes.

then I received a letter that my case was denied cause mywife lives in Egypt

and then we must appear in the court in a front of an immigration judge

We couldn’t postponed and we missed it.

3 days later we received a deportation letter and a master hearing on May 2010.

I left voluntarily on January 2010 4 month before the court date Now I’m in Egypt with my wife (US citizen) .

By the way I’d a traffic misdemeanor (I paid less than 500 $ fine) .

1-Should I report to USCIS that I left voluntarily ?i mean is there any from shoulf i fill ?

2-Is there any chance to reenter again to USA ?

3-how much u gone charge me ? i only can pay by western union

thanks in advance

Hi,

I am sorry but am I missing something here?? :unsure: Before I quote you home much I would charge you, let me ask you what I am up against :crying:

1. If you live/work for 8 months in the US while your US citizen wife still lives in Egypt, are you gus still married?

2. When your visa was denied and was asked to appear in fornt of an Immigration Judge, why did you not take it serious enough to attend?

3. Why did you not at least attend the deportation Master hearing to address your problems?

4. By the way, what is that traffic misdemeanor? Some, like hit-and-run and DUI are reported and will be on your record

Finally, I am not qualified to charge you anything for this, but I would consider a good lawyer if you are planning to re-enter the good ol USA :bonk:

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If you left voluntarily, USCIS may cancel the deportation hearing . . . or not. The system doesn't work very well. If they do not, you will be ordered deported, and that triggers a 5-year ban.

But let's assume they do stop the deportation. Then, theoretically, your wife can file a new DCF in Cairo for you and once you are married for 2 years or longer, you would get a 10-year Green Card. They will look very closely at your marriage, however, as your entire US immigration history is linked to your file with your A number on it.

There will be no extra charge; it's like a new petition.

If you plan on going back to the US someday, you should pay the fine.

Final word of advice: had you conferred with us before creating the I-751 and/or before leaving, things would be much better for you now.

May Allah be with you, always.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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I'd married to us citizen in May 2004 in my home country Egypt and

in June 2005 I received an immigrant visa and a 2 years (GC) form

the state of NY

in 2007 I filed i-751 by myself and I mentioned in the form that ( my wife still lived in Egypt and for me I work about 8 month in USA and spend the rest of the year with her in Egypt ).

in April 2009 I’d an interview it was less about 5 minutes.

then I received a letter that my case was denied cause mywife lives in Egypt

and then we must appear in the court in a front of an immigration judge

We couldn’t postponed and we missed it.

3 days later we received a deportation letter and a master hearing on May 2010.

I left voluntarily on January 2010 4 month before the court date Now I’m in Egypt with my wife (US citizen) .

By the way I’d a traffic misdemeanor (I paid less than 500 $ fine) .

1-Should I report to USCIS that I left voluntarily ?i mean is there any from shoulf i fill ?

2-Is there any chance to reenter again to USA ?

3-how much u gone charge me ? i only can pay by western union

thanks in advance

:crying: you should have gone to the hearing and not left voluntarily... i hope everything works out for you.. God bless :unsure:


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