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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jordan
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First, I must make clear that this inquiry does NOT pertain to my husband nor is my husband in any way related to the person in question.

About a year ago, a person I know was arrested for rape of a minor and child pornography via a sting operation in my city. There are 6 counts against him. He is in the country jail awaiting trial (still...the justice system can be incredibly slow...). The arresting detective contacted me (and many others) within 24 hours of the arrest and he wanted life in prison because the rape victim was 6 years old. But, I know that it isn’t under the detective’s power to do anything but make the arrest and provide the evidence of the video tapes and photos of the rape. He also told me that because the perpetrator is a Legal Permanent Resident and not a citizen, that he would be deported if he was not imprisoned or if he was imprisoned and subsequently released.

I have seen varying opinions on whether or not the deportation is guaranteed should he not receive life in prison. I have read that if the LPR can show that he would be tortured in his home county, he would not be deported. He is from the MENA region, and that possibility would not be out of the question for such crimes... (The perpetrator has pleaded not guilty despite photo and video evidence.)

​Does anyone have direct knowledge of a similar case and the outcome?

Although no one I know is a victim in this case, I do know the perpetrator. While I have not been in contact with him for well over 4 years now, he lived in my city and was stalking me and my home in the weeks and months before his arrest. I will feel more comfortable once this reaches closure.


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Adjustment of Status from F-1 Student Visa: Day 00 - 07/20/12 - Sent I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131

Day 03 - 07/23/12 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Chicago - signed for by D Colonna

Day 11 - 08/03/12 - Acceptance confirmation texts and emails

Day 14 - 08/06/12 - Checks cleared

Day 18 - 08/10/12 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 08/06/12 for appointment on 08/30/12)

Day 22 - 08/14/12 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there!)

Day 25 - 08/17/12 - Received NOAs

Day 36 - 08/28/12 - Notice via text of interview on 10/02/12

Day 38 - 08/30/12 - Received interview notice hard copy

Day 65 - 09/24/12 - Notice via text of I-131 approval

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Interview

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Text messages of APPROVAL of I-130 and I-485 - Card in Production

Day 78 - 10/09/12 - Received Welcome Notice

Day 80 - 10/11/12 - Received Conditional Green Card

Removal of Conditions: Day 00 - 07/07/14 - Sent I-751

Day 03 - 07/10/14 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in California

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Check cleared

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Received NOA (dated 07/10/14)

Day 14 - 07/21/14 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 07/17/14 for appointment on 08/01/14)

Day 18 - 07/25/14 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there...again!)

Day 38 - 08/14/14 - Text message of APPROVAL of 1-751 - Card in Production

Day 43 - 08/19/14 - Notice via text indicating card has been mailed

Day 44 - 08/20/14 - Notice via text with USPS tracking number

Day 46 - 08/22/14 - Received Permanent Green Card

Naturalization: Day 00 - 08/21/15 - Sent N-400

Day 03 - 08/24/15 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Arizona

Day 07 - 08/28/15 - Check cleared

Day 10 - 08/31/15 - Acceptance confirmation text and email

Day 14 - 09/04/15 - Received NOA (dated 08/28/15)

Day 24 - 09/14/15 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 09/05/15 for appointment on 09/21/15)

Day 28 - 09/18/15 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office

Day 32 - 09/22/15 - Notice via text and email indicating in line for testing and interview

Day 35 - 09/25/15 - Notice via text and email indicating interview is scheduled

Day 41 - 10/01/15 - Received interview appointment notice (dated 09/28/15 for appointment on 11/03/15)
Day 73 - 11/03/15 - Interview

Day 74 - 11/04/15 - Text message of APPROVAL of N-400 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

Day 75 - 11/05/15 - Received Oath Ceremony appointment notice (dated 11/04/15 for appointment on 11/17/15)

Day 87 - 11/17/15 - Oath Ceremony - US CITIZEN

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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First, I must make clear that this inquiry does NOT pertain to my husband nor is my husband in any way related to the person in question.

About a year ago, a person I know was arrested for rape of a minor and child pornography via a sting operation in my city. There are 6 counts against him. He is in the country jail awaiting trial (still...the justice system can be incredibly slow...). The arresting detective contacted me (and many others) within 24 hours of the arrest and he wanted life in prison because the rape victim was 6 years old. But, I know that it isn’t under the detective’s power to do anything but make the arrest and provide the evidence of the video tapes and photos of the rape. He also told me that because the perpetrator is a Legal Permanent Resident and not a citizen, that he would be deported if he was not imprisoned or if he was imprisoned and subsequently released.

I have seen varying opinions on whether or not the deportation is guaranteed should he not receive life in prison. I have read that if the LPR can show that he would be tortured in his home county, he would not be deported. He is from the MENA region, and that possibility would not be out of the question for such crimes... (The perpetrator has pleaded not guilty despite photo and video evidence.)

​Does anyone have direct knowledge of a similar case and the outcome?

Although no one I know is a victim in this case, I do know the perpetrator. While I have not been in contact with him for well over 4 years now, he lived in my city and was stalking me and my home in the weeks and months before his arrest. I will feel more comfortable once this reaches closure.

An email to FoxNews Bill O'Reilly (And yes I am serious) will assure you that he will not be in this country if he doesn't get life in prison. I don;t see how he can't with video evidence. Oh HELL NAW.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Congo DR
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Hmmm ,why is he stalking you?what does your husband say about it ?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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Very unlikely he will not be deported. You have to remember that we extradite suspected terrorist to countries where we know they will tortured. Even if they do not send him to his home country he will be made to leave the US. But that is something he will have years to prepare for. I wonder if they have Rosetta Stone in prison?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jordan
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He has been in the county jail for over a year, so he is not presently stalking me. He was stalking me and our home prior to his arrest. What does my husband have to say about it? He caught him and another person sitting in a car in front of our house and it was everything I could do to keep him from going after them.

Why was stalking me? What does anyone stalk? Because they are mentally unstable. And, what does that have to do with the question I asked?

Hmmm ,why is he stalking you?what does your husband say about it ?


07/19/12 - Married

Adjustment of Status from F-1 Student Visa: Day 00 - 07/20/12 - Sent I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131

Day 03 - 07/23/12 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Chicago - signed for by D Colonna

Day 11 - 08/03/12 - Acceptance confirmation texts and emails

Day 14 - 08/06/12 - Checks cleared

Day 18 - 08/10/12 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 08/06/12 for appointment on 08/30/12)

Day 22 - 08/14/12 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there!)

Day 25 - 08/17/12 - Received NOAs

Day 36 - 08/28/12 - Notice via text of interview on 10/02/12

Day 38 - 08/30/12 - Received interview notice hard copy

Day 65 - 09/24/12 - Notice via text of I-131 approval

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Interview

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Text messages of APPROVAL of I-130 and I-485 - Card in Production

Day 78 - 10/09/12 - Received Welcome Notice

Day 80 - 10/11/12 - Received Conditional Green Card

Removal of Conditions: Day 00 - 07/07/14 - Sent I-751

Day 03 - 07/10/14 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in California

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Check cleared

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Received NOA (dated 07/10/14)

Day 14 - 07/21/14 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 07/17/14 for appointment on 08/01/14)

Day 18 - 07/25/14 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there...again!)

Day 38 - 08/14/14 - Text message of APPROVAL of 1-751 - Card in Production

Day 43 - 08/19/14 - Notice via text indicating card has been mailed

Day 44 - 08/20/14 - Notice via text with USPS tracking number

Day 46 - 08/22/14 - Received Permanent Green Card

Naturalization: Day 00 - 08/21/15 - Sent N-400

Day 03 - 08/24/15 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Arizona

Day 07 - 08/28/15 - Check cleared

Day 10 - 08/31/15 - Acceptance confirmation text and email

Day 14 - 09/04/15 - Received NOA (dated 08/28/15)

Day 24 - 09/14/15 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 09/05/15 for appointment on 09/21/15)

Day 28 - 09/18/15 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office

Day 32 - 09/22/15 - Notice via text and email indicating in line for testing and interview

Day 35 - 09/25/15 - Notice via text and email indicating interview is scheduled

Day 41 - 10/01/15 - Received interview appointment notice (dated 09/28/15 for appointment on 11/03/15)
Day 73 - 11/03/15 - Interview

Day 74 - 11/04/15 - Text message of APPROVAL of N-400 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

Day 75 - 11/05/15 - Received Oath Ceremony appointment notice (dated 11/04/15 for appointment on 11/17/15)

Day 87 - 11/17/15 - Oath Ceremony - US CITIZEN

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a little more information on the subject

http://www.immigrationpolicy.org/just-facts/aggravated-felonies-overview

Comes down to aggravated felonies are not eligible to waive or stop deportation.

In the words of the Supreme Court, immigrants convicted of an “aggravated felony” face the “harshest deportation consequences.” As Congress ponders proposals to include even more crimes under the definition of “aggravated felony,” it must consider the extremely severe consequences that will result. The immigration laws include numerous provisions to ensure that criminals are not allowed to remain in the United States, yet also recognize that exceptions should be made in particularly compelling cases, especially when an immigrant’s removal will create hardship for U.S. citizens. Once a crime is labeled an “aggravated felony,” however, deportation is all but assured and individualized determinations are rarely possible to make.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jordan
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Thank you for that! I had read something similar, except for the clause about torture and it made me squirm a bit. Now, I will continue to watch the case and hope that a proper conviction comes through.

The victim was his step-daughter, and his wife divorced him a few months after his arrest, so I don't think his absence will cause her any undue hardship... (Yes, that was disgusted sarcasm...)

a little more information on the subject

http://www.immigrationpolicy.org/just-facts/aggravated-felonies-overview

Comes down to aggravated felonies are not eligible to waive or stop deportation.

In the words of the Supreme Court, immigrants convicted of an “aggravated felony” face the “harshest deportation consequences.” As Congress ponders proposals to include even more crimes under the definition of “aggravated felony,” it must consider the extremely severe consequences that will result. The immigration laws include numerous provisions to ensure that criminals are not allowed to remain in the United States, yet also recognize that exceptions should be made in particularly compelling cases, especially when an immigrant’s removal will create hardship for U.S. citizens. Once a crime is labeled an “aggravated felony,” however, deportation is all but assured and individualized determinations are rarely possible to make.


07/19/12 - Married

Adjustment of Status from F-1 Student Visa: Day 00 - 07/20/12 - Sent I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131

Day 03 - 07/23/12 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Chicago - signed for by D Colonna

Day 11 - 08/03/12 - Acceptance confirmation texts and emails

Day 14 - 08/06/12 - Checks cleared

Day 18 - 08/10/12 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 08/06/12 for appointment on 08/30/12)

Day 22 - 08/14/12 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there!)

Day 25 - 08/17/12 - Received NOAs

Day 36 - 08/28/12 - Notice via text of interview on 10/02/12

Day 38 - 08/30/12 - Received interview notice hard copy

Day 65 - 09/24/12 - Notice via text of I-131 approval

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Interview

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Text messages of APPROVAL of I-130 and I-485 - Card in Production

Day 78 - 10/09/12 - Received Welcome Notice

Day 80 - 10/11/12 - Received Conditional Green Card

Removal of Conditions: Day 00 - 07/07/14 - Sent I-751

Day 03 - 07/10/14 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in California

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Check cleared

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Received NOA (dated 07/10/14)

Day 14 - 07/21/14 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 07/17/14 for appointment on 08/01/14)

Day 18 - 07/25/14 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there...again!)

Day 38 - 08/14/14 - Text message of APPROVAL of 1-751 - Card in Production

Day 43 - 08/19/14 - Notice via text indicating card has been mailed

Day 44 - 08/20/14 - Notice via text with USPS tracking number

Day 46 - 08/22/14 - Received Permanent Green Card

Naturalization: Day 00 - 08/21/15 - Sent N-400

Day 03 - 08/24/15 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Arizona

Day 07 - 08/28/15 - Check cleared

Day 10 - 08/31/15 - Acceptance confirmation text and email

Day 14 - 09/04/15 - Received NOA (dated 08/28/15)

Day 24 - 09/14/15 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 09/05/15 for appointment on 09/21/15)

Day 28 - 09/18/15 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office

Day 32 - 09/22/15 - Notice via text and email indicating in line for testing and interview

Day 35 - 09/25/15 - Notice via text and email indicating interview is scheduled

Day 41 - 10/01/15 - Received interview appointment notice (dated 09/28/15 for appointment on 11/03/15)
Day 73 - 11/03/15 - Interview

Day 74 - 11/04/15 - Text message of APPROVAL of N-400 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

Day 75 - 11/05/15 - Received Oath Ceremony appointment notice (dated 11/04/15 for appointment on 11/17/15)

Day 87 - 11/17/15 - Oath Ceremony - US CITIZEN

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Filed: Other Country: Brazil
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I doubt he will get life in prison,despite I hope he gets life in prison!.If he committed the crime within five years after his admission to the U.S. then he may be placed into removal proceedings,but If more than five years have passed since the date he was admitted, then they will not deport him.But if he is charged with two counts involving crime of moral turpitude then he will be deported regardless when he got his GC, but unfortunately there is a waiver available if he proves that he might be tortured in his home Country, then the scumbag may have the waiver granted, even with an aggravated felony charge.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jordan
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He has 6 counts against him and by my recollection, the counts are timed over a period of about a year based on computer/photo/video timestamps. However, the 6 counts were all part of one arrest. This part was confusing to me because I read that multiple counts for one crime would only count as one count for immigration. However, because the counts were spaced over time, I don't know if that makes a difference considering they were all part of one arrest. I'm pretty sure I'm talking in circles, but maybe someone follows me...

I don't know how long he has been in the country, but I know it has been over 5 years. I think he has been in the country for 6 years, but the crimes would have taken place within the 5 year period? Maybe? I really don't know for certain, because I don't know exactly when he arrived. He came on a marriage visa. He divorced that first wife and the victims were the children (yes, children... :( ) of his second wife.

I doubt he will get life in prison,despite I hope he gets life in prison!.If he committed the crime within five years after his admission to the U.S. then he may be placed into removal proceedings,but If more than five years have passed since the date he was admitted, then they will not deport him.But if he is charged with two counts involving crime of moral turpitude then he will be deported regardless when he got his GC, but unfortunately there is a waiver available if he proves that he might be tortured in his home Country, then the scumbag may have the waiver granted, even with an aggravated felony charge.


07/19/12 - Married

Adjustment of Status from F-1 Student Visa: Day 00 - 07/20/12 - Sent I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131

Day 03 - 07/23/12 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Chicago - signed for by D Colonna

Day 11 - 08/03/12 - Acceptance confirmation texts and emails

Day 14 - 08/06/12 - Checks cleared

Day 18 - 08/10/12 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 08/06/12 for appointment on 08/30/12)

Day 22 - 08/14/12 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there!)

Day 25 - 08/17/12 - Received NOAs

Day 36 - 08/28/12 - Notice via text of interview on 10/02/12

Day 38 - 08/30/12 - Received interview notice hard copy

Day 65 - 09/24/12 - Notice via text of I-131 approval

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Interview

Day 71 - 10/02/12 - Text messages of APPROVAL of I-130 and I-485 - Card in Production

Day 78 - 10/09/12 - Received Welcome Notice

Day 80 - 10/11/12 - Received Conditional Green Card

Removal of Conditions: Day 00 - 07/07/14 - Sent I-751

Day 03 - 07/10/14 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in California

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Check cleared

Day 07 - 07/14/14 - Received NOA (dated 07/10/14)

Day 14 - 07/21/14 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 07/17/14 for appointment on 08/01/14)

Day 18 - 07/25/14 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office (We were the only ones there...again!)

Day 38 - 08/14/14 - Text message of APPROVAL of 1-751 - Card in Production

Day 43 - 08/19/14 - Notice via text indicating card has been mailed

Day 44 - 08/20/14 - Notice via text with USPS tracking number

Day 46 - 08/22/14 - Received Permanent Green Card

Naturalization: Day 00 - 08/21/15 - Sent N-400

Day 03 - 08/24/15 - Confirmation from USPS that package was received in Arizona

Day 07 - 08/28/15 - Check cleared

Day 10 - 08/31/15 - Acceptance confirmation text and email

Day 14 - 09/04/15 - Received NOA (dated 08/28/15)

Day 24 - 09/14/15 - Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 09/05/15 for appointment on 09/21/15)

Day 28 - 09/18/15 - Completed biometrics via successful walk-in at Columbus, OH office

Day 32 - 09/22/15 - Notice via text and email indicating in line for testing and interview

Day 35 - 09/25/15 - Notice via text and email indicating interview is scheduled

Day 41 - 10/01/15 - Received interview appointment notice (dated 09/28/15 for appointment on 11/03/15)
Day 73 - 11/03/15 - Interview

Day 74 - 11/04/15 - Text message of APPROVAL of N-400 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

Day 75 - 11/05/15 - Received Oath Ceremony appointment notice (dated 11/04/15 for appointment on 11/17/15)

Day 87 - 11/17/15 - Oath Ceremony - US CITIZEN

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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Ugh these sorts of cases always make me feel sick. Whether he's in prison in the US or his country it won't be easy for him; Ive heard it said that in prison even murderers look down on those people. I hope he gets deported though.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Congo DR
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He has been in the county jail for over a year, so he is not presently stalking me. He was stalking me and our home prior to his arrest. What does my husband have to say about it? He caught him and another person sitting in a car in front of our house and it was everything I could do to keep him from going after them.

Why was stalking me? What does anyone stalk? Because they are mentally unstable. And, what does that have to do with the question I asked?

Sorry that was just a question, I hope and pray that he gets deported. I have a daughter too, I cant imagine someone doing that to my little girl.


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NOA1(EMail & Text):06/12/2014

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Service Request Submitted:10/30/2014

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NOA2(Email&Text):12/29/2014

NOA2(Hardcopy Received):12/26/2014

NVC Arrived:1/06/2015

NVC Left:1/21/2015

Sent to the Embassy:1/22/2015

Embassy Received:1/26/2015

Medical Date:01/30/2015

Interview Date :02/18/2015

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I have no idea about the laws..

But I do hope that this perpetrator get jailed and suffer inside there :ranting:

I read that rapist gets special treatments inside :)

Not true, that's a myth. Child molesters are not held within the general population, nor do they get raped for their crimes.


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