if i already have the certification from the local law enforcement .how long does it take to be approved the petition.if i receive a deportation order will i go back to jail after being released from the custody upon a bond,if ice decided to deny my petition what happened?
Best toi check www.uscis.gov to heck status
If the petition is denied, you could be removed
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4 to 16 months from filing of I-918, If you are in proceedings, they may be adjourned until adjudication of I-918, If I-918 is approved and proceedings terminated, your bond will be canceled and whoever paid it (the obligor) will get the money back.
There are plenty of issues at play in your question. Consult with a competent attorney or BIA-accredited representative.
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If you are out on a bond, ICE will not arrest you unless you violate your bond conditions. The U visa petition is processed by the USCIS, different department. The process of the U visa is about three to four months depending on your case.
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Some of it depends on who prepares the application. It could be as short as a few months --- if an attorney prepares it. It could take a year, or more --- if an attorney doesn't help prepare it.
Get a lawyer. There are plenty of low cost service providers in the Boston Area, see below.
You should not have any problems. Contact an immigration attorney for a consultation for more advice.
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