So, somebody has petitioned for you to receive an immigrant visa? And you are being denied an immigrant visa because you triggered the 3 year unlawful presence bar? When did you enter the U.S.? How? Other than your recent departure to apply for your immigrant visa, did you take any other trips outside the U.S.? Do you have a spouse or parent who is a green card holder or is a U.S. citizen?
I hope you are working with an attorney in making these decisions. These are very complicated issues and you are not going to be able to find a solution on your own or by posting questions online.
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the person who sent you to Mexico made a horrible mistake. one by sending you when you could have has deferred action, two by not sending you with a waiver, three by not telling you about the ten year bar. go see Dick Fisher in Nacodoches. or have your parents go.
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