It was time to renew my permanent residence card and I submitted the application then I got a letter saying it was denied due to USCIS records that showed that I was ordered deported on February 22, 2002. I got a temporary resident permit back in 1990. Then in 2001 I went to Mexico and when I came back I went to jail for 90 days for traveling with a temporary permit. When I was released the judge gave me an option to get deported or to voluntarily leave. A week later I received my permanent residence card. I've had it ever since and have been in the US working. So wouldn't they have stopped it or taken it away at that time or wouldn't I have received a letter before?
It is best you ire a lawyer right away. Many times USCIS makes mistakes, we all do. This mistake has caught up with you. Hire an attorney to see if there is anything you can do
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I agree with my colleague.
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My colleagues are correct.
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