Can I be deported for applying for another copy of my green card?
2 attorney answers
You should engage an experienced immigration attorney to review the order issued by the immigration judge and to contact ICE to inquire about your resident card. Good luck to you,
You should consult with an experienced attorney. Ordinarily, you would file form I-90 to get a replacement green card. But not knowing what exactly was in the immigration judge's order terminating your case, I cannot recommend that course of action. An experienced immigration attorney could tell you your status and whether you are free to seek a replacement card. Since ICE took your green card, ask your attorney whether you might be eligible for a fee waiver. To find a lawyer, select the "Find a lawyer" link at the top of the page. If money is a concern for you, you can filter the results by lawyers who offer free consultations
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