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Written by attorney Elizabeth Rose Blandon | May 30, 2014

Getting Asylum After an Order of Deportation

Deportation orders prevent many immigration benefits. For example, the Citizenship and Immigration Service will reject green card applications filed by foreigners who marry U.S. citizens after they have been ordered deported (also known as removal). Filing a motion to reopen is their only remedy.

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