i was brought to the u.s when i was 6 years old. I din't know i was suppose to leave at 18. Got married in 2005 she's a u.s citizen so were going on 8 years of marriage. Lawyers in the past advised that we should just wait for change in laws that allows me to stay.My question is if i should take advantage of this change or should i still wait for a reform.
no criminal record. never been to jail.(just about 2 traffic violations unlicensed driver)
we have 2 children 6 and 3 age she also pregnant with aug 2013 due date
the only medical condition is asthma for my wife and older son.
my wife has a more stable job so i watch the kids most of the time.
does it look like i have a good extreme hardship case?
when was brought to the u.s we entered with out inspection.(illegally)
What you should do is schedule a consultation with me or one of my colleagues experienced in waivers to evaluate your case. It takes someone with years of waiver experience to identify hardships that you might not even consider hardships - outside the box thinking is important when it comes to waivers.
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Yes. You need your wife to file I-130 petition for alien relative with I-485 to adjust your status but with I-601 waiver for the unlawful presence. Waiting for March for I-601A may not be necessary. You need to have case evaluated by a lawyer.
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i send clients to a social worker who is qualified to do a family hardship study. there a variety of factors that determine whether you will have a good case. you should get an attorney like rosemary esparza in the LA area
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You should consult with counsel first. You may not need a waiver depending on whether you are grandfathered in under 245i. If you need a waiver you should do so with the help of qualified counsel. Proving hardship is different in every case.
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