Oh no! I would have had great news for you because under the 2013 Immigration Reform, IF it passes in the form that it is now, you would have been eligible to apply for the DREAMers provision under the new law even though you were ordered deported. You would still have qualified, but unfortunately, you will never become a U.S. Lawful Permanent Residency unless the basic law changes in regards XXXXX XXXXX false claim to U.S. Citizenship
There are 4 things in U.S. immigration law that have no forgiveness, that not even a U.S. Presidential pardon works, and those are fraud marriage, trafficking of a controlled substance, money laundering and false claim to U.S. Citizenship.
So when and if they find out about it (and they will because they ask that specific question on the N-400 application to become a U.S. Citizen), you will be denied U.S. Citizenship, or renewal of a Residency status and you will be deported from the U.S. I am truly sorry. Here is a link so that you can read more about it:
A person who falsely represents or has falsely represented him- or herself to be USC to obtain benefit under INA, federal, or state law is removable. This section applies to representations made on or after Sept. 30, 1996. IIRIRA §344(c). Congress has provided an exception and a person will not be subject to deportation or removal if:
(1) parents were or are USCs; (2) the person permanently resided in the U.S. prior to 16; and (3) the person reasonably believed at the time of making such representations that he or she was a USC.
I am truly sorry for the bad news. Here are a few more links that you can read about it:
Again, I am truly sorry, but the new immigration reform bill does not waive a false claim to U.S. Citizenship. So your only options would be to hope that the law changes in that regard that I don't think is going to happen, or you have to hope for a Private Bill. A Private Bill is basically a bill introduced into the Congress where the majority approve it which would be a special law applicable just for you or a small group of people. As you can imagine, that's really a long-shot.
I wish I had better news for you. But at least you can continue to visit as you have been, maybe even get an F-1 student visa if your intention is to go back home when you are done. But as far as Lawful Permanent Residency goes, I don't think that will ever happen for you. I wish it wasn't the case because it is one of the most unfair laws we have, but until that changes, you don't really have a good option. Please let me know if you have additional questions and please do not forget to rate my service to you (not the state of the law) as that is the only way that I can get credit for my assistance.
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