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Yes, we have a lawyer and we are not second-guessing him. Can any attorneys who have assisted clients in such interviews share their experience in situations when the alien had entered with a fraudulent passport and has used all legal means to become legal, but without success, and is now married to a USC and seeking to reopen an deportation case (after an approval of I-130)?
The question is not WHAT TO DO AT THIS POINT but rather WHAT COULD MOST LIKELY HAPPEN during or after the interview. Is there enough time to argue the case with ICE in case they come around? Thank you in advance.