Would it be wise to contact in advance the office of chief council and the local ICE supervisor in regard to an interview for a bona-fide marriage, but the alien has an order of deportation for her?. Clean record and lots of suporting evidence for an extreme hardship to a USC, how could ICE receive such a request in advance before an interview has taken place???
Is the removal case presently on appeal?
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No, contact them once the I-130 is approved to start negotiating a joint motion to reopen.
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You cannot do that. If an alien has an order of deportation against her and an I130 was filed and an interview scheduled, the alien runs the risk of being detained. This should be considered before the filing of the I130. A motion to reopen should be filed along with a Request for Stay of Deportation along with compelling reasons for the request. Hire a lawyer.
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In Georgia, ICE Chief Counsel Office will not join you on a motion to reopen. You should have dealt with the deportation order at the same time when ou filed the I-130. If the deportation order was issued in absentia, without the presence of alien, you can file a motion based on no notice. Other than that you must deal with the deportation issue before you move forward. Becasue she have an outstanding deportation order, the alien should file a consent for permission to reapply, then wait for the provisional waiver to file, then the alien will have to leave the country. Despite of all of your steps, issuing an immigrant visa for the alien is not easy.