If you're filing a joint motion, it's best to get the ICE attorney to agree to it and sign off first. If it is in fact a "joint motion" and ICE has agreed to it, it is very likely that the BIA or IJ will grant it. See an attorney.
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There is really no clear answer with this. It really all depends on the particular circumstances of your case.
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These are case specific. It sounds like you have a double problem. Note that unlawful presence can only be overcome with a waiver or 245(I) and so the motion may be futile. The false passport also needs a waiver.
This depends. We've won several MTR's in both avenues. We generally learn about the family, the underlying criminal and immigration history and advise you accordingly. Each case is different because each person is different.