say for example you are filing for your wife abroad and she has been deported in Denmark . . but now you are filing for a cry to go to the USA . the question 16 thats only for USA right ?
That question is concerned only with the US.
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Only for the US.
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I agree with my colleagues, this question relates only to US immigration proceedings.
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