You need to contact an immigration attorney directly, sit down explain your situation and determine what can be done. The 751 can be renewed in immigration court but it is highly advisable you utilize an attorney, as another denial may have devastating consequences.
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You need to take your entire case to an experienced immigration attorney. You can use this site to find a competent attorney that will be able to assist you. Good Luck.
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There are many good immigration attorneys right here on AVVO. You can also use AILA database.
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Unfortunately it is very difficult to understand and help you understand your case without seeing your paper work and asking you a lot more questions. Take all of your paper work to an experienced attorney or two and retain the person you feel comfortable with.
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Most of the attorneys answering your question, practice immigration law in your area, including our firm, and are ready to assist you. You only have to pick one and make a contact in order to make a consultation.
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You definitely need to hire an experienced immigration lawyer in your area. Please go to www.aila.org and look for a lawyer that is both familiar with family immigration matters and with removal cases (deportation). Make sure you have a copy of everything you filed. In some circumstances one can submit a new I-751, either to be reviewed by USCIS or by the immigration judge, depending on the case.
I wish you the best.
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Look on this page for the Find A Lawyer tab and put in NY and immigration. Schedule a consultation with an attorney to assist you. Good luck.
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