Hi! I'm hoping someone can help me with this question. I will list the important details before posing the question. Information:
Date on I-94: May 13th 2014
Scheduled Interview with Immigration, to discuss option to file for extension, or change status, (didn't know he could file for extension without interview:) May 12th 2014 Date of arrest: May 10th 2014
Legal Status at the Time of Arrest: Lawful. Visiting on B2 visa
Charges: Wife claimed & filed Aggravated Battery Charges ** Once arrested, immigration put a 'hold' on him
Currently: Still incarcerated but expect charges to be proven false next week; evidence (a business video recording) surfaced proving he was in a different place at the time of the alleged accusations. Question: Once the charges are proven false, will the immigration remove the 'hold'? Can we, or his criminal attorney, do anything to make sure the immigration hold is removed? Thank you very much!
I have been in the US since 1975 but as a diplomat (parents worked for Philippine Consulate in New Orleans, LA). After 7 yrs, parents decided to stay in US so hired a lawyer who screwed us over. I've been married for almost 20 yrs to an American citizen and my two kids were born here. My question is, should I hire a lawyer or go through the process on my own with the help of my husband who will petition me? Also, I have an I-94 ARRIVAL RECORD dated Sept.12,1985. and an A26-449-849 #. The Admission # XXXXX the I-94 is 995-06335611, if that helps.
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