I am currently under deportation to a country I am wanted., i filed aslyum and it was denied.
I am currently married to an American citizen..
We filed the I-130 what else can we do or file to prevent this from happening ?
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This is an issue for your lawyer. If you don't have one, hire one as soon as possible. If your asylum case was recently denied, then you may still have time to appeal it. The I-130 may help, but more information is needed as to how it would help; whether you have to consular process or can adjust status here in the States.
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This depends on timing. What do you mean "I am currently under deportation"?
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filing an I130 by itself will not prevent removal from United States. You would be well served as my colleagues have recommended to range a consultation with an immigration attorney to explore possibilities.
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