A lady was given voluntary departure by an immigration judge but she didn't leave and instead got married to her boy friend--a US born citizen. Now her husband want to file an I-130 on her behalf. Does she has any chances to benefit from that I-130?
yes, in ten years and with a lot of legal help and much luck.
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Only if she can get her Immigration Court case reopened.
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It may also depend on how many years she has been in the country.
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Depends on when the VD order was issued and whether or not she would be able to re-open the case in the same court that ordered it (with the same judge). Definitely do not attempt to do this on your own and seek legal assistance.