How did you and your mom apply for adjustment of status in 2007? Without knowing this information, and much more, it is not possible to answer your question. It may or may not have any effect. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
In the future, it is best for your criminal defense attorney to consult with an experienced immigration attorney BEFORE you enter a plea. Take your conviction documents and have a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to properly understand your case.
Go to court and get a copy of all your criminal cases with the disposition. Once you have them, make an appointment to consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine your options. Good luck.
Why is your husband in jail? Assuming he is eligible for bond, the bond can be set by the deportation officer or the Immigration Judge. If the deportation officer does not set bond, the current waiting time to see an immigration judge can be two to three weeks. If bond has already been set and you can afford to post it, you do not need a bond company to do it, you may do it yourself. Once out of detention, if eligible for bond, he appears eligible for adjustment of status because he entered...
No. If you are a US citizen, you will be able to file a family petition for your parents when you turn 21. To detemine if they are eligible to apply for residency, your parents need to consult with an experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.
Maybe. If he is in custody ICE will issue a hold and process him for deportation. If he is not in custody, he appears deportable and he may not be eligible for a defense. He should have consulted with an experienced immigration attorney before he accepted the plea offer. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney,
Are you the beneficiary of an I-130 family petition? What is the immigration status of your parents? What was the crime you were convicted of? If must have been serious for you to have been deported and not granted voluntary departure. These are just a few of the many questions that need to be answered to properly evaluate your case. Good luck.