My question exactly is,
I got referred from DHS to an IJ with 4 allegations,
Is the case and all hearings only about these ((4 allegations))
Or may the judge acts in the same way like the asylum officers?
And investigate all the case details again?
There are too many issues to resolve on this message board. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney about your case ASAP
Court is an opportunity to present your case to the judge anew, but everything that has happened before may still be considered. You need to hire a lawyer. The sooner the better.
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