I was picked up by ICE 06/2014, right now I'm in deportation/removal status. I came to the US when I was 14yrs old, I'm 28 now. I have proof that I was in High School and proof of other things as well for the Deferred Action. I have 3 children with my ex-wife, and she was the that called ICE.. I want to marry my girlfriend, we've talked about it way before I was picked up by ICE. Will it be easier or faster process if I marry her first then apply for the Deferred Action or apply Deferred Action then marry her? What would speed up the process?
Good morning. I'm not sure what "deportation/removal" status means. Do you already have a removal order, or are you in removal proceedings? The answer to that question is critical.
I STRONGLY recommend you speak with an immigration attorney right away. Your first step is to protect your interests in immigration court. Your attorney can help you from there m
Once ICE has hold of you, there isn't much speeding up of the green card process. I would recommend DACA in general since it would be faster and get you a work permit faster. With a good lawyer, you might convince the government to dismiss the deportation case. Talk to a lawyer a ASAP.
When dealing with deportation, you really need to go through the whole history of a case. Don't trust a notaria unless you want to be deported. Make sure it is a real lawyer.
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