Hey there ,
My case with the uscis with denial after an interview for 10 years green care .
They saying that the marriage was not bone fide . I was divorce . And gave them ALL evidence utilities pictures latters from friend and her family that know us . Nothing .
They was depending on my testimony when I was nervous and maybe said stupid things .
Anyway , they denial maybe case end up my green card (still have it even tho it's expired) And send me to the judge to get a decision.
That btw before they denial my case they send instead to deny and after all when my lawyer respond (like 10 pages) they still deny.
SO my letter recommended to re apply the case again and we did . At that time we received hearing date for 12/2016 but they change it after to 03/2017 and the case (the new one) still in process . Did fingersprint already and everything .
1. Can I do infopass and ask for a stamp base on my new case and leave to Mexico?! Or even my country to visit (my next hearing is 08/2017) .
2. What gonna be next with the new case ? They will deny it again at the interview if they deny it before ??
Thanks for answering
You should ask your lawyer these questions. As far as leaving the US, if you do leave while in proceedings you will have self-deported.
This response does not constitute legal advice, as not all of the facts are known to me. This response does not establish an attorney-client relationship. I recommend you meet with an attorney to discuss your situation.
It sounds like you have an attorney. If you don't have an attorney for the removal proceedings, immediately hire one. You need to address your questions to an attorney, and seek a 2nd opinion if you would like. Do not leave while you are in removal proceedings as doing so will self-deport. If you succeed in front of the immigration judge, you will be deemed a lawful permanent resident and then may travel as you would like (so long as there are no issues of inadmissibility).
If you depart the s you should expect to be refused permission to re enter the US. Approval or denial depends on the facts and evidence.
Attorney Robert Brown's (former INS Director, 1972-99) reply to your question is general in nature, and does not constitute legal advice as all facts are known to him. For specific advice or representation you should retain an attorney experienced in immigration law. Mr. Brown's reply on AVVO does not create an attorney/client relationship not constitute legal advice.
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