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I have been granted TPS for the past three years. I'm also a beneficiary of an approved I-130 petition from immediate relative. I have no criminal background, not even a misdemeanor.
Unfortunately, I entered without inspection some years ago. Also, I was placed under removal because my Asylum was denied.
Please tell me, what would be the wise course to take to adjust my status*?
A- Wait to when I can apply for cancellation of removal?
B- Get advance parole under TPS, travel, and once get back apply for adjustment?
C- Wait for the immigration reform talk, if it would really happens?
D- Or, what would you suggest, instead?
*Reopen the removal case is not an option since according to the laws, I'm not an arrival alien.
Thanks for you careful answers!Thanks Mr Devore for your insight on the matter! The reason why I carefully referred to "Experts", it was to avoid getting inaccurate and misleading answers from those "usual suspects". Look at their answers, pathetic! Just one example, "immediate relative" is spouse/parent/child of a "us citizen'. It's terrible when someone who claims he's an immigration lawyer doesn't even know that basic fact. And the worst is, mostly all the others agree with his answer. Not trying to disrespect anyone here, but it's worth wondering if those so-called lawyers are using "tricks" just to get clients, or can't stay away when they're out of their leagues. Again, Mr Devore, thanks for your answer! Lawyers like you, make it worth to ask question in this website.