You aren't eligible for the I-601A while in removal proceedings. One possible option to discuss with your lawyer: voluntary departure with an I-601A. This approach may or may not be appropriate in your case.
Joshua Goldstein, Esq
Immigration & Nationality Lawyers
Law Offices of Joshua L Goldstein, PC
6 Beacon Street, # 220
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
You should talk to your attorney about how to best proceed.
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No, it will not work for you. What will is talking to a competent immigration attorney in CA as soon as possible.
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It takes a lot of information to come up with an appropriate strategy for you; I advise you to seek a second opinion on your case from a good immigration attorney. You have to be careful with asylum claim, and further steps.
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I agree with my colleagues. Hire a competent immigration attorney who you trust. The answer will depend on how strong your asylum case and cancellation case is. We cannot advise on that in this public forum. Hire a good lawyer, and win your case in court if possible.
Otis C. Landerholm, Esq.
You need to hire an attorney to help you through Immigration Court. If you have an I-130 approved and you have no criminal history, your attorney could get your case Administratively Closed so that you can pursuit Consular Process where your I-601A Waiver come into place (if you entered without inspection). Once the Waiver is approved, you can go to your home country for the interview, and as long as you don't have any other inadmissible issues you will be admitted into the country.
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