If fraud has been found by the USCIS, what are their next steps towards the conditional green card holder? The immigrant has yet to remove the conditions. If the deadline is missed for the removal of the conditions, for example, while the fraud has been found, would the USCIS deny the green card based on the missed deadline for the I-751 or the USCIS's fraud finding? Or both? Thanks.
Fraud: Notice of Intent to Deny giving 30 days to respond, followed by referral to immigration court where placed in removal proceedings in front of immigration judge.
Missed deadline: straight referral to court.
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Depends on the type of fraud. See an immigration attorney in person if this is important for you. Stop posting. Leave the country if it is not important.
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I agree with my colleagues. this is a serious issue that you really need to address with a lawyer that knows about fraud.
Some of us in avvo are attorneys and fraud examiners and we can help you
Do you hesitate to spend money for a consultation fee. THIS CAN cost much more to the immigrant
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I agree with Attorney Segal. There are questions that are appropriate for public posting, and there are questions that require a confidential face-to-face consultation with a qualified professional. Do not let your common sense be dulled by the apparent availability of "free advice" when your future is in question. Get reliable assistance without delay.
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I agree with Attorney Behar. If USCIS suspects fraud, they will send you a Notice of Intent to Deny. You will be given 30 days to respond. If you fail to do so, your case will be referred to the immigration court and removal proceedings in front of immigration judge will be initiated.
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