I came to the US in 1995, graduated 2002, my whole family (mother, father, and all my siblings are in the US) I have nowhere to go back home now. Been in the US for 19yrs, lived here half my life. What is D/S. My lawyer convinced me it was a good idea to withdraw and he made me believe there are alternative ways to fix my situation. I am I able to request the USCIS to disregard my withdrawal. If now, is there another way I can pursue to fix my status. Right now I was subpoena to appear in court against my wife that had stolen and refused to return my rental vehicle and was caught. She was also caught with a handgun in this stolen vehicle and I don't feel safe now she is out on bail and I know she is trying to revenge because I reported that rental car she refused to return for 2 months and the police finally caught up with her.
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