Am a Cuban who came many many years ago got in trouble years ago and they gave a deportation but with a release of a work permit my work permit expired I lost all my ID and I went to immigration and they say they don't find me in the system am stuck because I need to work what can do or what paperwork do I need to fill out
Have you thought of working with an attorney in this matter?
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It sounds like you might be on an Order of Supervision. You need to find out your Alien Number, which would also be printed on paperwork you might have, such as previous correspondence from immigration or even your Presentence Investigation Reports from your criminal matters. If you don't have any of this, a FOIA request for your Alien File might help. I agree with Mr. Behar. Your best bet is to hire an attorney to sort this out.
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