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Can I sue the ICE agents?

Tobyhanna, PA |

I have been in place immigration removal proceeding over 9 years since 2004. 2/11 2004, I arrested by the police. And the police made me arrest by the ICE agents in court room for criminal preliminary On 3/5/2004, At that time, I married to US citizen with overstay visa and no criminal record. And I was free on bail and criminal case was pending until 2/3/2006. But the ICE put me in jail and made false statement I-213 for inadmissible On 3/8/2004. 2/3/2006, I plead guilty to 306 M3, 364days probation, $1,000.00 fine. that was petty offense and only my criminal history. Even after plead guilty, The ICE made false information about me send to the Court. I had 3 immigration lawyer since 2004, but nobody anything done me. Last year the Judge agreed, I am not in admissible

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Not on the facts presented.

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It is very difficult to sue an agent and you would need very strong evidence to have any chance at success. There are lots of very good immigration attorneys out there, sorry to hear that you have gone through so many. Good Luck.


I don't see a case here against the ICE.

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You can sue anyone but that doesn't mean you prevail. Here, the facts don't look to be on your side. Speak with a personal injury Attorney

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