Asked 8 months ago - Garden Grove, CAFlag
I entered without a visa and don't have a passport. I graduated high school but haven't had a chance of going to college because my mom is sick with bone cancer and I have a little brother who is 14 years old who needs me. My bf and I have been dating for more than a year and are planning to have a baby do I need to leave back to my country and I would love to know exactly what paperwork is needed? And how much?
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Yes, it is possible. Your future husband will need to first file for you in the U.S., then the extreme hardship waiver which you will need to be let back into the U.S. Starting November the Extreme Hardship Waivers can be filed in the U.S., while you wait for the adjudication. Once approved you can then travel to the U.S. consulate in your country, obtain an immigrant visa and come back as a resident. T
This is not the type of case you'll want to file on your own. The extreme hardship waiver is a very laborious process and must be meticulously prepared by a real attorney (and not a crooked "notario" or "immigration consultant"). You'll fail miserably otherwise.
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