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Deported for felony, but not true- waiver for I-130? (split)

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im new to this i lived in the states for 25yrs, i'm 28 now i was recently deported in march.i.c.e stated i had an aggravated felony.which is untrue had an attorney but she failed to file papers she needed to file.thats whats on my deportation papers.my question is what will happen after filling I-130 that my us.citizen wife filled for me?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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well after the i-130 is approved, it will go to NVC and after that process you will go to your medical appt, finger print appt then interview in CDJ where you will be approved, denied with or without an option to file a waiver (i601 and i212) if needed. However, without knowing your criminal history, or why you were even arrested to begin with, not sure about specifics. your wife may want to try to obtain a criminal file for you so can see what charges are on your record.





 


 

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im new to this i lived in the states for 25yrs, i'm 28 now i was recently deported in march.i.c.e stated i had an aggravated felony.which is untrue had an attorney but she failed to file papers she needed to file.thats whats on my deportation papers.my question is what will happen after filling I-130 that my us.citizen wife filled for me?

Did you have a green card?

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First you will need a copy of court files (everything) & disposition for NVC

Let your wife get a criminal atty or talk to the courts/judge for vacatur

USCIS only accept sentence vacated due to error but not for immigration

benefits so if vacated make sure it specified the error.

Because you were not an LPR its a bit easier, former LPRs have a rough time

getting an approved waiver especially on first go around.

Tell your wife call Lizz Cannon waiver atty, she will let U know if it can fly

This is not a DIY situation and its recent. Be prepared to spend a lot of money & time

on this...You were deported under INA 212 sec????

She will need to prove hardships without U and Y she cannot come live with you .

They want to know what positive U have done for yourself since living in the

US job-wise and school in a waiver.

A gun & felony will likely be CIMT. did U have a drivers license? Agg. Felonies

carries a permanent bars most time but speak to the expert B4 filing I 130

Start with gathering papers and calling the atty ..all I 130 is approved if legitimate

relationship is shown, does not mean they will let U back in ...Congress passed laws

they follow at USCIS & DOS.....Good luck

Edited by Jawaree

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