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mybiggirl

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    mybiggirl reacted to Cristy in The RFE Master List   
    Not an RFE but it was sent back to my fiance. He forgot to sign on page. We double checked but somehow missed it. So triple check everything twice!lol
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    mybiggirl reacted to Brother Hesekiel in Deported from the US (for a friend)   
    Looks like he didn't use common sense, more than once, or twice, or three times in his lifetime so far.

    Applying for naturalization, where a comprehensive background check and a thorough database check and a good moral character clause is part of the process, when he had a conviction for illegal drugs and another conviction for a DUI -- at a time when he wasn't even allowed to buy a bottle of beer -- is kind of immigration suicide. So he stepped into the lions' den, and kicked the sleeping lions while challenging them and . . . voila . . . he got bitten!
    Deportation carries usually a 10-year bar, but it can be a 20-year bar when having been convicted of a crime. I don't think that the pot possession made him inadmissible for life, assuming he had only a small quantity on him. Thus, the wife could apply for an I-212 waiver, for which she will have to prove that she is unable to move to the United Kingdom. I know they speak funny English there, but that's not reason enough. So she should consult with a waiver attorney who then will subpoena the husband's A-file and have a look what's inside. He will also advice her if there's a way to claim hardship at a degree that would warrant issuing a waiver.
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