Immigration court says that they do not have jurisdiction because I entered on advance parole based on first marriage and I am an arriving alien. There is no other option to obtain permanent residence. Domestic violence plea was taken under advice during first marriage. No married from 7 years years two us born children.
Now married from 7 years years two us born children.
I would talk with a criminal defense attorney to see if there is a way to get your domestic violence sentence modified, clarified, or if it's possible for it to go away entirely. If you can get the criminal issue cleared-up, an experienced immigration attorney may be able to help you with your status in the US.
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You need to retain an immigration attorney. Arriving alien adjustment of status cases are now insulated from review unless there is a basis to assert a challenge before the federal district court. The only other way is to seek a post-conviction relief which even if successful will not eliminated the power of uscis to still consider the underlying "act".
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I agree with my colleagues ... you need to talk to an attorney.
PROFESSOR OF IMMIGRATION LAW for over 10 years -- This blog posting is offered for informational purposes only. It does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.