i have left usa , with out deportion or never cought by ins , i just left country , i still have 10 year bar , can i apply from my country and apply again . i never had any problem with law .
You need to give more specific information: What do you want to apply for? Would someone be petitioning for you? How long have you been out of the US? Do you have any family here?
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The answer to your question depends on when you left and what you are apply for.You have an attorney. He/she knows the facts of your case. We do not. You need to ask your questions from your attorney.
You are essentially asking us to second guess your attorney without having all the facts. No competent attorney is going to do that.
You certainly are entitled to a second opinion. However, rendering a second opinion requires an analysis of all the facts, including any filings by your present attorney. That is not something that can be done for free through Avvo. You would need to retain an attorney for the purpose of giving you that second opinion.
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Real Estate Attorney
I agree with my colleagues. Consult an immigration lawyer. Good luck.
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The Murray Law Firm
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Employment / Labor Attorney
It all depends. Looks like in any event, you will need an extreme hardship waiver..
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Depending on how long you were in the U.S. before you left you would be subject to the bar. The question of whether you can apply to return from abroad is yes--provided, of course, that you qualify to apply for some way to return (such as a U.S. citizen spouse petitioning for you), and also provided that you qualify for a waiver of the bar (s) that may apply to you. Sorry, need more specific information. One thing, though, if you come back illegally after now being subject to the bar, then there isn't even a waiver, so do check this out in more detail. Some attorneys, I for one, will do a telephone consultation with you given your distance.
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