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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Thanks guys my friend needs help.

She came to US as a visitor, but she applied the refugee in the US between 2009 and 2012. At first court hearing, she failed and the court reschedule it in 2014. But she came back to China in sep 2012 because her father passed away at that time. She told her immigration attorney that she wanted to close her refugee petition. So here is the question. Her daughter who is a US citizen file the immigration for her this year. She just had her interview last month. After the interview, she was requested to submit more documents like her old passport and the court record. So she mailed out the court hearing schedule documents to The consulate. But now she gets another notice from the consulate saying that they need the court record pertaining to the removal proceeding. What is that? She told me how can she get it. She is in her country right now and she speaks barely English. She already mailed out all her court documents before. If she does not have that document, will the visa petition get declined? What should she do?

Really needs help. Thanks


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
Timeline

It sounds like they want the details because she may have overstayed after being denied, and if she had a removal decision against her, there will be a ban. I'd suggest she contact her previous attorney and see what they still have on file.


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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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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

Thanks, So here is the question. She does not have the document, will her petition get denied? She wrote a letter to the Consulate to explain her situation, do you think it will be helpful?

It sounds like they want the details because she may have overstayed after being denied, and if she had a removal decision against her, there will be a ban. I'd suggest she contact her previous attorney and see what they still have on file.


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
Timeline

I am not the CO but yes, most likely if she cannot produce what they ask for, it will be denied. At the very least, she would need something official- court records, attorney file etc, not just a letter written by herself.


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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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I am not the CO but yes, most likely if she cannot produce what they ask for, it will be denied. At the very least, she would need something official- court records, attorney file etc, not just a letter written by herself.

She called her old attorney but it was 7 years ago, the attorney said they did not have any file for her.

So in this case, how can she get the court record?


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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She should contact the court, and ask them.

Also, make sure she double checks all her document folders etc. You said she mailed it out before, so she had those documents at one stage. How did she get them then? Where did she send them to, maybe she can get them back?


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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Your friend most likely filed for asylum. Seeking asylum and being a refugee are two different things.

Most likely, your friend will be hit with a false claim for asylum because she told the US she fear going home because of government prosecution but she left to go home anyways.

It may be best to hire someone (a lawyer) to get the paperwork that she needs from the court. Without it, her case will likely be denied.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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So if she has a ban, can she apply I 601?


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi another question

So she told me that she had a notice saying that she should removed to her country on 11/2012 but she left voluntarily on 09/12, does she have the 10 year bans? Is that notice like removal against her?

Thanks

Your friend most likely filed for asylum. Seeking asylum and being a refugee are two different things.

Most likely, your friend will be hit with a false claim for asylum because she told the US she fear going home because of government prosecution but she left to go home anyways.

It may be best to hire someone (a lawyer) to get the paperwork that she needs from the court. Without it, her case will likely be denied.


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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but she left voluntarily before the date.

Yes. Yes.

Once the asylum case was abandoned or denied, her overstay becomes unauthorized days in the US. She has a 10 years ban.


USCIS

2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)

nvc

2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents

2012/01/23:CASE COMPLETED @NVC.

2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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but she left voluntarily before the date.

Leaving voluntarily does not change the fact that her asylum case was either abandoned or denied. With an abandonment or a denial, her time in the US were days of unlawful presence so she is subject to a 10 years ban.

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