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Sorry, but you can't file an I-601A. Aliens in removal proceedings are ineligible to use the provisional waiver process. Consult with an immigration attorney who is experienced in waivers and removal proceedings for more information.
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Because your husband is now in removal proceedings, you are no longer eligible to file the I-601A. As such, you should meet with an immigration attorney to determine if he has any other forms of relief available to him. Remember, most unrepresented individuals in immigration court end up being removed. It is very important to have a licensed immigration attorney on your side. Good luck!