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Okay, so I understand right now I will not have any issue going back to see my boyfriend again since it's been more than 12 months.
I live with my sister at the moment and I do not have my name on a lease for a home or nothing. I pay her rent, but cash.
Plus, I do not have a job at the moment. (I was doing snow clearance (with a tractor) this winter, but since we don't have snow anymore, I don't have a job.
Does the customs gonna ask me more questions or can they not let me pass because of that?
Let me give you a little more informations about my case.
On 04/25/2012I tried to go back in California by plane and the US border officer ask me to go talk with the immigration Officer.
After a long time, he finished by look through all my stuffs asked me so many questions and finally made me sign a paper. I guess this paper is now in my folder so everytime I will go through customs they will see it. He took my fingerprints, my picture.
On this paper that I signed:
Application for admission withdrawn is check
He writes my info as my address
and no visa, no social security number
Subject can not overcome the presumption that she is an intended immigrant without an immigrant visa. Subject has not job or ties to her country of Canada. Subject has spent almost an entire year in the U.S. living with her USC boyfriend who is barred from Canada. Subject in inadmissible pursuant 212 (a) (7) (A) (i) (I).
On November 4th 2012, we sent a request for a Fiance Visa K1 and we still waiting on an answer. Can I still go in the US even if I'm waiting for an other visa? I really don't want to take a chance and finaly loose everything.
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