Can my husband file for me or is there something that I have to do first?
The best thing to do is to consult with a reputable Immigration attorney in your area. Try ailalawyer.com.
It's important to figure out why the application was denied, and also make sure that you qualify to apply. The attorney should review your immigration and criminal history and assess your options. Good luck.
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More information is needed, but I agree that it is best to contact a competent and experienced immigration attorney. It is unclear whether you are disqualified for some reason or whether there was an oversight in presenting the evidence. Good luck.
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If you do not understand why your application was denied, you should consult with an immigration attorney regarding a review of your case. If know what went wrong the first time, you may file a motion to reconsider or a new application.
First, I would need to know why your I-485 was denied - you may be able to cure the error. Second, you don't say what happened to your petition - I'm assuming your I-485 was based on a petition filed by your Amcit husband. If your petition was approved, you may get the chance to file your I-485 again in immigration court. A good attorny can tell you if the problem with your I-485 is curable or not. He can also tell you if you will get the chance to resubmit your I-485 in immigraiton court. If you would like to talk about your case, you can contact me. Also, check out my website below.
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It means you cannot appeal the denial. I'm assuming you're out of status, and you will soon receive a Notice to Appear for removal proceedings. If that's the case, it's a very complicated situation and you will need to make your case in immigration court. I think you're at a point you need to retain an immigration attorney. This is a forum for general information only,
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