Continuing from where I left, the bases of the denials is no longer over stayed they are now saying my first marriage that I divorced three to four years ago was a fraud, I was referred to the Board of immigration and my attorney have appeals to the Board but the Board have also denial the appeal because they didn't received any appeal from my attorney but my attorney is also showing me receipt that she sent it, now I was taking back to the Court again to face IJ, I don't no what to do, I don't have any problem going back to my country but I'm worried about my wife and children
Your inquiry was previously made and answered. At this stage, it is time to consult an immigration attorney to review and assess your options, if any. As previously stated, a work permit is not in the cards for you under the scenario you describe.
Since as you mention you already have an attorney, you should be asking her this question.
Gunda J. Brost Brost Law Office This advice does not form an attorney-client relationship and is merely informative. It should not by itself be relied upon to address a legal concern.
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