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Hearing of merits after I-360 approved

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Hello All,

Quick recap of my case. Can you please advise? 

I have been in removal proceedings since 2015, I have gotten my I-360 back in October. I had my last master hearing here in Dallas back in February when my attorney asked the judge that we are ready to file I-485 with the court since my 360 was approved  the judge said ok.

Judge asked me a couple of questions like:

·         Have you leave enter the United States illegally?

         I have not 

·         What was your port of entry that you were admitted?

I said Atlanta 

·         And then he asked why did you overstay your visa?

 

I replied I don’t know 

 

Also judge asked my attorney that if there crime that barred me from relief, she said NO. He have had a DWI back in 2014 and he already paid the price to society (case closed back in 2016)

 

Based on that my hearing of merits is going to be next year. I don’t know what to expect…. have anyone in this forum AOS in front of a judge?

 

My questions are?

 

•Can he denied my I-485 I understand he has jurisdiction on that? If the answer is yes any reason that you guys know?

 

I have also know that he can ask  questions about my approved vawa (my case) in details im scared if I said something wrong he can revoke my approved I-360 vawa

 

Thank you in advance 

 

any similiar cases in this forum? 

 

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In the next hearing the Judge  will decide if you have any ground of inadmissibilitaty and if you don't have  then he will approve your AOS.He will revoke your case just if you lied or misrepresented any fact to the USCIS or if you remarried before VAWA approval or if a new  fact in your story comes up and USCIS was not aware about that.

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1 hour ago, sandranj said:

In the next hearing the Judge  will decide if you have any ground of inadmissibilitaty and if you don't have  then he will approve your AOS.He will revoke your case just if you lied or misrepresented any fact to the USCIS or if you remarried before VAWA approval or if a new  fact in your story comes up and USCIS was not aware about that.

Thank you Sandra 

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