My wife has been in the USA for nearly 19 years (1995) she entered the country with a visa . She has 3 children. Who were all born in the United states. 1 of the children is legally blind and receives SSI benefits for his disability. The other child (18 years of age) is a United States Marine. I am a united states citizen and also disabled as Legaly blind.
She was denied her resident status because she lost her visa. after the hundreds of FOIA requests that were made to UCIS, Immigration
agent came up emty handed each and every FOIA request.
While in process of adjusting status, My wife recently was forced into siging 2 felony convictions plea deal for some checks her cousin stole, deposited into wife's account and cashed out of said account thwn said cousin dissappeared as a result wife's attorney advised her that she could not get her green card
if she has criminal charges pending and that the best alternative is to take a plea deal of the following: 1 felony charge class 6 felony of solicitation of fraudulent device undesignated and 1 felony conviction class 6 felony for the dame thing designated. Sentence was 1 year probation and after probation count 2 will become a misdemeanor.
Soon after wife was picked up by immigration at her probations officer and is now being held in Eloy, Az detention office..
My question is this: How likely is it for my wife to be granted a Immigration bond based on the above and below factors?
1. Has two felony convictions currently as crime of moral turpitude.
2. Married to a Disabled US citizen?
3. Has a 13 yr old US Citizen child who is also disabled
4. Has a Active duty United States Marines
Will the judge not take all thia into a favorable outcome for said bond to be granted?
Or are the felony charges that severe were none of the above "Humanitarian factors" Matter?
The felony ple and probation was just about a month ago my wife has been detained aince Last tuesday.
I do have an attorney representing her, but i want to do my own research and see what options are there... I advised the attorney to procee with the "Humanitaring Bond" but he said that process if a very long one and really is hard to win... so he stated he will be proceeding ith regular bond and bring up all family humanitarian issues within said case is he on a good track to winning this bond?