what will happen if the ins denied your N-400 dut to not good moral character?
State/Country relating to question: Texas
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It all depends - were you convicted of a crime which led to the finding of lack of good moral character?Judith
no crime, first they said i missed to provide about few month work in one company.the main point is i have l-1 visa to get in usa, they said it appears the company have been fraud ciommitted to allow me to enter usa and remain in usa,it appears i provided the incomolete false and misleading info to goverment, by they way, i got the Green Card becaue i married with us citizon ship, not from L1
I don't understand the facts. You had an L1 visa to come to the US to work for a company.Did you enter the US on the L1 and go to work for that company?You married a US citizen and got your green card through the Marriage.Judith
The L1 comapny clsoed the business right after i came to USA, (aug.1997)we can't run , but i didn't back to my country,i got the green card through the marriage.(married end of 1999)
OK, but what did they way was incomplete, false or misleading information? What did they say you lied about? When you applied for your green card? When you entered the country on the L1? When you applied for your natz? What do they say was the lie? You had no way of knowing the company was going to close, that was not under your controlJudith
they said I didn't tell them the L1 company correct work personnumber, the truth is i never know, i remembered they asked me the monther company work persople number, and they also said since the company owner was my monther in law, we all through L1 visa came to usa, include my ex-husband(we all worked for same company before we came to USA), they didn't say i lied to get green card, my marriage is true, and i have 1 boy now, but my marriage last 10 years and end of this year again, so i just worried if they even took my green card back, and let me back to my home country,i can't afford this, because i have 9 years child.i never lie to them ins gave to me the l1 form to get the visa, those are all true, the problem is we didn't run the company when we use l1 visa come to usa, if as they said, i ptovided them wrong inf, it wasn't on purpose, i don;t know amy about usa company, also they said i have few month work for one company but i didn't tell them, that part i can find the evendence to clear, it was a mistake.thanks for your help.
Thank you for all of this additional information. It has helped me understand your case.I don't think that anything will come of this. It is probably very difficult for CIS to prove that you intentionally misrepresented the information about the company. As an employee you might not know the information they asked of you. In order for CIS to remove you based on fraud and Misrepresentation they have the burden to prove you lied. In this case, I don't think a judge would find that to be the case.
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my corcerned is:do i have chance to get them to approve my case to becaome citizen, or at least will I keep my green card?
I think you will keep your resident status.I don't think you will have your Citizenship approved without the assistance of an attorney who can clearly explain what appear to be discrepencies in your prior visa status. You really need the help of a lawyer if you want to win on appeal or a future application.
well, if i have laywer work with me, do I have chance to have them review my case and get them approved my citizen ship? if not now, will they never approve my citizen? my green card will expire a year later, can I get re-new now? or will they just allow me to get the stamp to entry usa ?
You can renew your card 6 months before it expires.The lawyer would have to research case law to support your claim of good moral character and write a legal brief on how you qualify.I never say never.
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Did you had additional questions?Judith
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