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Hi everyone,

I am a student of a university of San Francisco, I'm doing my masters in computer science. I was on a vacation to India this summer i.e. A month back and while going back to United States , on the board of entry of San Francisco my visa was revoked and they gave me ban of 5 years under section 212(a) 7(a)I (i). I have my final semester left and I want to go back to complete my masters. Why do I need to do?

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How were you working? On OPT, or on the side while studying? You are not allowed to work on an F1 except in very specific circumstances.


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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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Get a lawyer pronto. One that is well versed in these cases.

This is not going to be a quick fix. You are most likely going to miss your final semester (fall, right?).

IF you can file a waiver then try for it, But nothing is guaranteed so be prepared for a denial and having to wait out the ban just in case.

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They said that I can apply for a waiver and come back again .

As far as I know, officers at the border often give wrong information for the purpose of calming you down (have read stories here from people to whom it happened), but I don't think it would hurt to try.


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November 2013 - Received F-1

December 2013 - Arrived to US

December 2014 - Visiting home for Christmas
01/12/2015 - Second arrival to US on F-1 visa, got engaged

01/28/2015 - Got married
May 2015 - SEVIS terminated

05/18/2016 - Filed I-130, I-485, I-765 and I-131 at Chicago lockbox [Day 0]

05/20/2016 - Package delivered by USPS [Day 2]

05/26/2016 - Checks cashed by USCIS [Day 8]

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06/06/2016- Date on biometrics notice [Day 19]

06/11/2016 - Biometrics letter received [Day 24]

06/23/2016- Biometrics appointment [Day 36]

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09/14/2016 - USCIS received my RFE response [Day 120]

09/30/2016 - Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview [Day 136]

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11/03/2016 - EAD/AP approved and card ordered [Day 170]

11/07/2016 - Interview [Day 174]

11/07/2016 - Case approved 5 minutes after the interview [Day 174]

11/18/2016 - Received combo card [Day 185]

~Removal of conditions~

08/07/2018 - Filing window opens

10/31/2018 - Package filed [Day 0]

11/01/2018 - Package delivered [Day 1]

11/06/2018 - Check cashed [Day 6]

11/07/2018 - Green card expired [Day 7]

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