well they arrested me on 3 felony charges for braking and entering i had a medical problem but i plea out on a misderminor charge. me and the judge had bad mixed words so he max me out.
look the owner of house the door hit her on her bruse her hand one of the felony charge was assault if u cant aswer i have to go else where. they just denied myapplication i had 30 days to response for a hearing. i dont kno if that is part of the deportation process.
Ok. Just please calm down. Please do not take this situation out on me. I am just here to help, and believe me, I do want to help. I can answer, but you don't go to a doctor and say, "Hey, it hurts!" And then not expect the doctor to answer a bunch of questions to find out what is going on. U.S. immigration law is very complicated. Just a few more questions. What application did you file?
file n400 military application... that got denied file an appeal for a hearing tday
1) Yes i serve my time in 1995.. 18 years ago
2) on the application I answer misderminor conviction only and that it's been over 10 yrs that i had any arrest.. then when i interviewed he ask me to furnish certifed copy which i did.
3) I dont a understand this question. I never got a police report i got a outcome of charges
1) Get a full and unconditional governor's or U.S. Presidential pardon for the crime.
2) Hire a VERY good criminal attorney to look into the possibility of reopening your criminal case because something was done incorrectly at the criminal level. If the case can be reopened, then the conviction needs to be vacated (set aside) and then you would need an agreement from the prosecutor not to prosecute you again (which they can do). You can try looking for an attorney at www.ailalawyer.com.
3) Convince the majority of the U.S. Congress to change the law or to make a law of special application only for you called a Private Bill.
These options essentially would eliminate the conviction so that Immigration cannot use it against you to keep you out. Unfortunately, sealing or expunging the conviction does not work.
4) IF you became a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident while inside the U.S. AND you have a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident spouse or son or daughter that would suffer EXTREME HARDSHIP if you are deported, then you MIGHT stand a chance to not be deported and get Residency again.
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yes im now looking into a cirtificate of good standing from the sate or the courts
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