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Hello,

 

I am currently working on my

husband’s I-130. He has not set foot in the US since 2008. Does the 10 year Ban still apply? Will I still have to prove Extreme Hardship or will it be like a normal process? 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Lhen07 said:

Hello,

 

I am currently working on my

husband’s I-130. He has not set foot in the US since 2008. Does the 10 year Ban still apply? Will I still have to prove Extreme Hardship or will it be like a normal process? 

 

 

If he has evidence of when he left the USA, then by the time he gets to the interview his 10 years will be up.  The ban began when he left.


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If that is all he has then it will not, will probably be early 2020 before it becomes an issue and will be well over.


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13 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

If he has evidence of when he left the USA, then by the time he gets to the interview his 10 years will be up.  The ban began when he left.

In 2008, A month after he was deforted to Mexico, I hired a lawyer and filed petition for my husband. We did not finish the process and left Mexico to live Philippines in 2011. We came back to Mexico in 2014 as  his and my passport stamps will show. 

 

Will my first petition count as evidence he was not in the US since then? 

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As he was Deported they will know they did it.


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10 minutes ago, Boiler said:

As he was Deported they will know they did it.

Exactly.  The deportation is evidence of when he left the US.


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