Hello my question is , got married to my husband in 2013 am a us citizen and have 3 us citizen children, he is from mexico crossed ilegaly 2 times one around 2003/04 and the last one around 2007/08 is they anything I can do for him , in the past we had a attorney in San Antonio that did fraud to hundreds of ppl don't want to mention his name here he got my husband and so many ppl a asylum application and got his work permit for a yr but we decided to cancel that it was just not his situation , is there anything i can do to get him legal ( no criminal record) ?
It will depend upon how long your husband was in the country when he entered in 2003/2004. He may or may not be subject to the permanent bar.
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Yes, false Mexican asylum applications have been a problem.
It sounds like your husband needs a new lawyer and an I-601A waiver.
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Regardless of how long your husband was in the US, entering the US twice without inspection results in the permanent bar, which means he must live in Mexico for ten years before he can apply for a waiver. It would be better to see if and when Congress ever does anything. I know that sounds very unhopeful right now but remember that the most positive legal changes for immigration happen with a Republican President and not a Democrat. It is counterintuitive but nonetheless true.
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