my husband stole my green card and my daughter's passport;but
returned after expired my green card
i want come back to USA but i'm in morocco can i apply the domestic violence or vawa
I am outside of USA? Can the lawyers do it in the USA while I am in my home country???it's a guarantee??? and how takes time ????
pllllllllllz i need your help
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In short, you should definitely use an attorney in the U.S. to handle the matter for you while you are abroad.
You don't need a VAWA application - yet. VAWA could be "Plan B". You need to hire an attorney and file a Form I-751 to remove "conditions" on your 2 year green card, which I assume you are referring to when you say "it expired". A competent immigration lawyer knows how to handle it - we have handled such cases many times. All of this can be handled from the USA by a competent attorney. Once your I-751 green card extension notice is received by your attorney in the USA, it can be sent to you and you can return on it to the USA. (Obviously you will have to explain the delay in filing, but it sounds like you have a good case).
No, there are no "guarantees" in your case - or in any immigration related case. Cases like yours are very challenging and depend, for the most part on the skills and abilities of your attorney and the particular equities in your case.
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yes it is possible to help you from within U.S.
My answers are for general information only, NOT A legal advice because these are not tailored to your specific situation. Contact an Immigration Attorney if you need legal advice.
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