Without detail statement of fact, yours is a hypothetical quesiton which cannot be answered on these pages.
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I suggest that you schedule an in-person consultation with an attorney to best address your needs.
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I recommend consulting with an immigration attorney to describe what happened in more detail and to fully evaluate your situation.
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More facts must be provided to answer this question. This issue is very fact-specific, so consult with an experienced attorney privately for assistance.
Generally this does not happen often because the immigration employees know better that this kind of conducts are very serious and are not tolerated by the CIS! However there is always an exception to every case. Therefore as others suggested once you discuss your facts with an immigration attorney in details then the situation can be assessed and then necessary actions will be recommended accordingly.
Sally Amirghahari at Law Offices of Sally Amirghahari
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