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Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq., Immigration Lawyer
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my sister received a letter from immigration yesterday that

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my sister received a letter from immigration yesterday that her marriage was fraudulent and she has been denied stay. She is married to the guy for 10 yrs and she was told that her green card was pending by her immigration officer. She and her husband had a fight and he went to immigration office to tell immigration officer that the marriage is fake. They said she lived in another state the entire 10 yrs of marriage. She has sickle cell anemia and she has crisis all the time. If she leaves the US, her life expectany will be short. What can she do
This is VERY bad. There is no forgiveness for a finding of marriage fraud. That is a permanent bar to any U.S. immigration benefit and she is deportable from the U.S. It doesn't matter what health reasons she has. She needs to fight against that finding of marriage fraud and prove that her marriage was real and she was living with him those 10 years. She can bring in witnesses, statements, declarations, drivers licenses, taxes, bills, whatever it takes, but she has to prove it was real. If she does not, she will never be able to get an immigration benefit ever again. She should probably hire an attorney to do this. She can go to to find one.
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