I filed an Motion to reconsider a revoked I-360 nearly 2 years now. On Case status on Line it shows where it was denied and they mailed me letter to verify same. Until now I don't get that letter, even though I called several times and updated my address. I just checked my case status on line and it said that USCIS had changed the Alien Registration Number for that I-29B on September 5, 2014. I did not get any update from them on that or any information concerning the denial. (2) The benefits under the President's Action is just for Undocumented immigrants, so does it cover people who came to the US legally and overstayed their time and have Deportation Order against them and can't get Adjustment of Status even though they have American Citizens spouses an children and no crime?
All of the specifics have not been released on the new program, so it is hard to say whether it will apply to your case. You should meet with a lawyer to discuss this (and the lawyer can keep you updated as more information is released - that is what I am doing with clients) and to review your I-360 case.
With regard to your first question about the A-Number, that is something that USCIS will occasionally do accidentally. You can speak with them, inform them, and they can reconcile those numbers at a point to make sure you do not have two active A numbers.
The President's plan on undocumented individuals is in its earliest of stages right now. However, it appears that it applies to anyone who has either entered illegally or overstayed. We will know more information as we move forward into December. Contact an attorney in your area and they can assist you once more is known.
William Quirk, Esq. Meehan & Quirk, LLC. The answers to questions provided by Mr. Quirk are for general purposes only and do not establish an attorney-client relationship. This information is for informational purposes only and does not form any relationship between the individual asking the question and the attorney. You should investigate and consider all possible outcomes with a skilled individual before making a final decision.
Regarding your question on the A number. I would get that fixed hasta pronto. If your file bears the A number of another alien who has problems, you could find yourself in real trouble that is hard to back out of once the process starts.
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