I want to travel from California to Ohio but I have no visa I came illegal to USA.
is it a problem if I travel without visa?
or if I get married and get to start my process to get a green card will the lawyer give me something to prove that Im in the process to fix my status?
or is better not travel?
I agree with the concerns the other lawyers share on this post, it's not a smart idea. You should however immediately speak to an attorney about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). I do free consultations as do many of my colleagues on Avvo.
Best of luck,
Sanjay A. Paul, Esq.
You are taking a considerable risk traveling through the continental U.S. being illegal and having come to the U.S. without any documents.
To wit, I know that some of my clients were apprehended even within the U.S. on the Armtracks and Greyhound buses during the random check points.
Also, you are taking even a more serious risk if you travel by planes from federal airports that have federal agents that may and will check your documents upon some suspicion.
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