Sorry the system just sent your reply to me. So let's address your questions. First of all anyone can get an I-130 approved if they are really married and show proof, so getting that approved did not mean you would be able to get anything else done in the u.s.
a. do i'm a eligible to file the I-601A ?
The 601A is for people who only have the problem of being in the u.s. unlawfully and this gets them forgiveness. They file it before leaving the u.s. to go to the u.s. embassy in their country. This does not apply to you, you have been ordered removed. No one is looking for you because they do not have the time or manpower and as long as you are not committing any crimes you are a low priority for them. The order deporting/removing you in 2002 is final at this point. I heard your information and the BIA denied you again last year, 2012. The only hope for you is to get your removal case re-opened by showing changes in your country that have recently occured that put your life in danger, not just your daughter's life. Unfortunately, you are only allowed one motion to re-open and you have already exceeded that number.
Does i'm in Removal procciding?
You are not in removal proceedings. Your case is done and you were ordered removed/deported and the BIA and Circuit court agreed with the immigration judge that you are deported.
is my case addmissiably closed?
No your case is not administratively closed. A case is administratively closed when the government closes the case without the person being ordered removed but they have no application they can file but for some reason the government wants to allow them to remain in the u.s. Your case is different because you were ordered removed and that order is final.
if it is not closed and when i'm ready to fiel the I-601A, How I procces to close my case administratively,and which office I should have to submit my application?
You cannot file 601A and you cannot administratively close your case since you have already been ordered removed.
In some Attorney web site I have read this: those who entered the USA with Visa they have a chance to adjust their status without leaving the US.is that True?
Yes, that is true if the person hasn't already been ordered removed/deported from the u.s. But even for those who can file the 601A, they still have to leave the u.s. after the approval to go to the u.s. embassy for the visa/green card and have no guarantee they will be able to return to the u.s. If a person like you leaves the u.s. with an order of removal you can be sure you are not coming back.
The botXXXXX XXXXXne is you have already used up all of your appeals and motions to reopen your case. You should not spend any more money because cases like yours can only be fixed by new immigration laws and there are none for you yet. I'm sorry I cannot give you good news but if you try to keep filing any applications, this will bring you to the attention of immigration and they can just pick you up and deport you because you already have a court order deporting/removing you. IF you are ever caught in the u.s. they will simply deport you as you have no right to be here at this point.
You may find lawyers telling you what you want to hear so you can pay them money to try to "reopen" your case but the case will most likely not be reopened and I have no reason to lie to you because the lawyers on this site cannot represent you outside of this site, so we will tell you the truth.
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