MY HUSBAND WAS DEPORTED. I APPLIED FOR MY SENTRI AND WAS DENIED BECUASE OF HIS DEPORTATION. WE HAVE A CHILD TOGETHER SO I HAD TO MOVE TO MEXICO SO HE CAN HLEP ME RAISE MY SON. I HAD TO LEAVE MY DAUGHTER IN THE USA WITH HER DAD BECAUSE HE WILL NOT ALLOW MY DAUGHTER TO EVEN VISIT ME IN MEXICO. IS IT LEGAL TO DENY ME MY SENTRI ( I HAVE TO CROSS THE BORDER EVERYDAY TO GET TO WORK) BECAUSE MY HUSBAND WAS DEPORTED? THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME SO WHY WAS I DENIED?
The fact that your husband has been deported is most likely a hightened risk factor for consdiering whether you should be in the trusted Sentri program. I know of multiple situations where Sentri approval is impacted by family members so it is not uncommon. Also, you shoudl consult with an immigration attorney to determine if there are any avenues to sponsore you husband for residence in the US.
Why are you shouting?
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My colleague is right -- why ARE you shouting?
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