I came to the USA in 1992 on a I-130. However, shortly after I declared myself as a refugee to Canada to be with my husband, who lived here. I left my I-130 behind in America with relatives. I have lived in Canada ever since. Can I apply for a green card without being arrested and prosecuted?I immigrated from to the US in 1992 after my cousin filed an I-130 for me as my brother. I came to the US 1 year after he filed. When I came to the US I was suppose to file for a green card but I didn't. Instead I came to the Fort Erie border crossing to Canada to declare refugee status to be with my husband who was already in Canada. He never sought refugee status in America. I have renewed interest in moving to America. I was wondering if I can come back to the US and apply for a green card. I was wondering if they would hold me accountable for my cousin, who now lives in New Zealand, sponsoring me falsely. I didn't know he falsely sponsored me. I also am wondering if they would hold me accountable for seeking refugee status in Canada. My Main question is can I come back to the US.