You clearly need to talk to an immigration attorney. Most likely immigration will make you 'renew' your application before an immigration judge.
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You will be sent to removal/deportation proceedings. There is no appeal to your denial. The immigration judge will however review your I-751. It would be very wise for you to hire an experienced immigration attorney to represent you before you are ultimately removed.
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You should hire an attorney ASAP to discuss your options. USCIs can take away your green card and place you in removal proceedings
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You will most likely have to refile/renew your I-751 petition and make sure you have the correct and proper evidence to present to the immigration judge to make sure that your case is presented properly and that you do not have your green card taken away from you. I advise meeting with an immigration attorney to discuss your case because you need to be prepared for an immigration court hearing.
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It appears that you were not prepared and represented by a professional immigration attorney at that important state of your case. Do not make that repeated mistake; retain an immigration attorney to present your case while in removal.
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