I am a Canadian citizen married a USA citizen over stayed in USA for over a year. We got married after that but we had a big fight after married two months. I was upset he cheated on me. I broken his home office stuff (co-operated business) and left to stay with my friend’s house. He called police on me. After stayed with my friend for a month I came back to Canada. I am in Canada for over a month now. It’s very bad and difficult for what we did to get back together again. But he and I do want get back. I am pregnant with his child for five months. I felt we do still love each other. My husband said he dropped the case and now the police only want give me a stern lecture. Can I still able to enter USA no problem? How do I find out if I have criminal record or warrants? Can I immigrate to US
No. You will need a waiver which will be very hard to get given you are from Canada. It seems you will have to try and rebuilt your family on Canadian soil for the next ten years.
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Don't be so sure the police dropped the case. I suggest you hire a criminal defense lawyer to check where things stand with the police.
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You really need an in-depth consultation with an attorney. Your husband may be able to help you by filing a hardship waiver (I-601).
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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