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I was in removal proceedings before and was granted voluntary departure. I had bought my ticket back and was ready to go until my consulate denied me for getting a passport. I was ordered removed and stayed in custody for a total of a year. I was put on supervision and have been on supervision for 2 years now. The petition my mother had filed has now become current for me to adjust.My mother wom is a U.S citizen and my sister who is 20 is also a U.S citizen both stay with me as I am 25. I want to know if there is a way to reopen the case and adjust after all of this has happened. The reason i was taken in was because i was charged with a crime of moral turpitude.I have lived in the U.S for 24 years now and need to see how i can adjust.

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Hi,

I was in removal proceedings before and was granted voluntary departure. I had bought my ticket back and was ready to go until my consulate denied me for getting a passport. I was ordered removed and stayed in custody for a total of a year. I was put on supervision and have been on supervision for 2 years now. The petition my mother had filed has now become current for me to adjust.My mother wom is a U.S citizen and my sister who is 20 is also a U.S citizen both stay with me as I am 25. I want to know if there is a way to reopen the case and adjust after all of this has happened. The reason i was taken in was because i was charged with a crime of moral turpitude.I have lived in the U.S for 24 years now and need to see how i can adjust.

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I was in removal proceedings before and was granted voluntary departure. I had bought my ticket back and was ready to go until my consulate denied me for getting a passport. I was ordered removed and stayed in custody for a total of a year. I was put on supervision and have been on supervision for 2 years now. The petition my mother had filed has now become current for me to adjust.My mother wom is a U.S citizen and my sister who is 20 is also a U.S citizen both stay with me as I am 25. I want to know if there is a way to reopen the case and adjust after all of this has happened. The reason i was taken in was because i was charged with a crime of moral turpitude.I have lived in the U.S for 24 years now and need to see how i can adjust.

You can't AOS, your status is likely not still valid. Your crime of moral turpitude makes you inadmissable most likely. You can try, but I doubt you'll be approved.

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Were you convicted of the crime?

Edited by Penguin_ie

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Hi,

I was in removal proceedings before and was granted voluntary departure. I had bought my ticket back and was ready to go until my consulate denied me for getting a passport. I was ordered removed and stayed in custody for a total of a year. I was put on supervision and have been on supervision for 2 years now. The petition my mother had filed has now become current for me to adjust.My mother wom is a U.S citizen and my sister who is 20 is also a U.S citizen both stay with me as I am 25. I want to know if there is a way to reopen the case and adjust after all of this has happened. The reason i was taken in was because i was charged with a crime of moral turpitude.I have lived in the U.S for 24 years now and need to see how i can adjust.

Thanks

What paperwork did you get when they released you from custody? Were you in immigration custody ?

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What paperwork did you get when they released you from custody? Were you in immigration custody ?

Yes i was in custody for over a year and the put me on supervision when i was released. I was convicted of the crime and applied for a work permit with the supervision papers. Is there anything i can do to adjust?

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