my wife is a permanent resident she has no intention of helping me to adjust status we've been In constant quarrel all the time. is there any way for me to visit my siblings abroad even though I'm overstay?
DAPA is not in effect. The policy is being challenged in federal court during which time the Obama administration was enjoined from implementing the program. The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in the case. At this time, you cannot apply for DAPA. You may want to consider speaking to an attorney to explore what other options may be available to you.
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Hello, DAPA is not in effect yet and it is not clear as to when (or if) DAPA will be in effect. After overstaying a visa, you will not be allowed to visit siblings abroad and then return back to the USA. Depending on the facts of your case, you may have other options in which to pursue permanent residency here in the USA. Please be weary of any attorney or person who tells you that you can apply for DAPA right now. That is incorrect. I highly suggest you speak with a qualified immigration attorney to help you. good luck!
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There is no DAPA at this time. Contact a US immigration attorney to review your options.
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