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How long would my husband have to leave the country if I was to petition him for his permanent residence

Huntington Park, CA |
Filed under: Spousal immigration

Im a US citizen we have one child together he has 2 other children from past relationships. He entered illegally in 1996 he is from Mexico and has not been back there since then

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Have any immigration papers (i-130 or Labor certification) ever ben filed by him through a family member or employer?

If so, he may not have to leave country IF those papers were filed before April 20, 2001.

If this is the case please contact me

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Neil L Fleischer
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If he is not 245i eligible because no immigrant petition was filed for him before April 30, 2001, he would have to apply for his lawful permanent residence through the U.S. consulate in Mexico. He would need to apply for a waiver of his unlawful presence and demonstrate that his U.S./Lawful permanent resident spouse or parent would suffer extreme hardship if he was not allowed to return to the United States. These are complex cases and require the assistance of an attorney. Please feel free to contact me for a consultation.
Seeta L. Nangia, Esq.
Exclusively Practicing Immigration Law
Phone: (415) 273-9123
Email: seeta@nangialaw.com
Website: www.nangialaw.com

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