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Steven Sahag Vosbikian

Cherry Hill Immigration Attorney.

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  1. Will I be hold liable if I assist my spouse in getting green card once we decide to divorce?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Dean George Tsourakis
    2. Adam Michael Solow
    3. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    4. Eric M. Mark
    5. F. J. Capriotti III
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    I agree with Eric. You're making a grave mistake. Speak with any competent, experienced immigration attorney.

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  2. Can my mom who resides outside of the U.S submit an affidavit confirming my marriage along with the I-751 form?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    2. Dean P Murray
    3. Alexander Joseph Segal
    4. Simone Rosemarie Coley
    5. Christopher Michael Casazza
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    If your mother doesn't live in the US, her affidavit will not hold too much weight. She's also related to you -- it's self serving. You will likely receiver a request for evidence (RFE). It can delay the removal of your conditions. You should consider consulting with an attorney.

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  3. We committed green card marriage fraud and I admitted to ICE ! they dont have a balls to come and pick us up!!?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    2. Obadan Unuigbojie Iziokhai
    3. Deborah Lynne Karapetian
    4. J Charles Ferrari
    5. Gen Kimura
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    Are you the petitioner or beneficiary? If the Immigration Service makes a determination that the foreign national spouse entered into a marriage purely for the purpose of procuring an immigration benefit, he/she will be permanently illegible for the issuance of any visa. That being stated, it appears that you are a U.S. petitioner requesting that ICE arrest and deport your spouse from the United States. If you made these statement at your interview only to spite your spouse and...

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  4. Can I become a permanent resident? My husband is a US citizen and I'm granted deferred action.

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Alexander Joseph Segal
    2. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    3. Kyndra L. Mulder
    4. Eric M. Mark
    5. J Charles Ferrari
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    You can. If you entered by crossing the border, you would have to file a I-601A waiver (and prove extreme hardship). If you entered legally, you could adjust status and stay in the US. More facts are needed. You should call an attorney.

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  5. Is it possible to use the 8th Amendment or Habeas Corpus to get an illegal alien out of an immigration jail?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Lindsey Sara Weller
    2. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    3. Jennifer Sheethel Varughese
    4. Alexander Joseph Segal
    5. Alan James Brinkmeier
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    The Texas Court is probably taking so much time because the case is not going to be reopened. It is very rare that in absentia removal orders are reopened. You need to prove that the alien was not served notice of the proceeding. If they caught him at the border, likely they fingerprinted him and provided him with a NTA, instructing him to appear in court. That constitutes proper notice. If he provided an address, you would have to prove that the Court sent notice to the wrong address....

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  6. Where and How do I file for immigration for my fiancee after marriage ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Carl Michael Shusterman
    2. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    3. Theodore John Murphy
    4. Sergey Vladimirovich Makarov
    5. Robin Jean Gray
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    You can bring him here by filing either a fiancé visa or by marrying him and filing an alien relative petition. You should consult with an attorney to review all the facts. Everything is filed here and transferred to the National Visa Center. Once mistake could delay everything. Get a lawyer.

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  7. If I was arrested by immigration officer do I have to check at question number 20 in form I-751 that I was arrested?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Carl Michael Shusterman
    2. Alexander Joseph Segal
    3. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    4. Dean P Murray
    5. Jorge Ivan Pardo
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    Yes. It's not a big deal that you were arrested. What would be a big deal is to not disclose the arrest. You should HIGHLY consider having an attorney file the I-751. For someone who has been in removal proceedings, you should know this is not about form-filling. The I-751 is 3 pages long, but the case law regarding removal of conditions with residence are pages upon pages. Newark USCIS Officers are sharp. They will be looking closely at your case, specifically the validity of your marriage....

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  8. New Obadiah plan for immigrants . . .

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    2. Alena Shautsova
    3. Alexander Joseph Segal
    4. Dean P Murray
    5. Matthew L. Kolken
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    Until a new law passes, it is pure speculation whether not your friend is a good candidate. Immigration background check are extensive - everything will show up. For immigration purposes, the history you've outlined above is appears to be highly relevant and very significant.

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  9. Checking of a status

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    2. Katja Anneli Charlotta Hedding
    3. Rupal Parikh Aristimuno
    4. Dean P Murray
    5. F. J. Capriotti III
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    Yes. Wait for your letter to start officially celebrating.

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  10. I pleaded guilty to a first degree sex offense when I was 14, the only thing I am required to do is to register yearly w/police

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Eric M. Mark
    2. Steven Sahag Vosbikian
    3. John Grayson Davidson
    4. James Donald Garrett
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    The conviction needs to be reviewed thoroughly. Typically, the Petitioner's convictions are not an issue, except where there conviction is sexual in nature (Adam Walsh conviction). Everything must be reviewed. You need to consider retaining an attorney. Your conviction is another factor that will likely cause the Immigration Service to take a closer look at your case. You should consult with an immigration attorney.

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