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i was arrested in June 2012 and "shipped" to different detention center before being released in January 2013. Our senator also got involved and requested my release which they honored. Thank God for that. I had been in the country without proper legal stay, but I just had my I-130 approved. I was in proceedings, but I don't know if that'd be cancelled now that I have my I-130 approved. At the time, the local ICE didn't know about my approval, but my previous attorney said that I should make a copy and take with me next time I report.
They didn't send me any letter, it's a written request each time I report to their office. So, you are saying that they cannot hold me because of the passport. I just wanted to know. How can I have a judge remove the proceedings. I also have a letter from my embassy that I showed them, but they are requesting an updated status of my application. Doesn't the I-130 approval remove the removal proceedings?, It was filed by my American citizen daughter.
I applied for permanent residency while in their custody, but was denied because I didn't include the fees, as I filed a waiver. The application was sent back because of the non-enclosed fees. Which form can I file for the Master hearing? Can I do it myself? Can I refile the I-485 (they included a green notice asking that I should attach that with the fees and send it back
). Do I need a court order to file I-485 or can I do it myself without legal representation.
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