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Hi and yes i need my answer
As I said i was wrongfully deported ....They accused me of being another person whom was a felon ....when i arrived in cayman they took me to a detention room and questioned me i told them it wasnt me and gave fingerprints mug shot etc ...
the next day i was deported ..
The prints came back that it wasnt me ...and i was not a felon .....its been 2 months and they still havent cleared me to land
I live in cayman and they deported me to The US .....
when they stopped me from entering cayman they did not tell me why ....
they held me in a little room
they also failed to tell me i could appeal
they paraded me around the airport like an animal
they denied my work permit
i dont feel safe in the states they are ignoring the local lawyer i hired
I’ll try to find an Expert to assist you. That said, however, questions involving multiple countries/territories are complex, and this may be too difficult for a forum such as ours.
You placed this in UK Law, but you indicate that you are presently in the US. Unless you disagree, I'd like to open this question up to US Immigration experts also. I think given you are in the States, yours may be a matter they could sort out easier than could our UK legal experts.
I am a US citizen ...and cayman is a british territory ...the laws for the most part come from the UK except some local ordinances ...I believe immigration issues are governed by britian for the most part .....also all the attys in cayman and the judges were educated in the uk ...for the most part .....
Hi from what i have been reading that security issues come under the authority of the governor whom is appointed by the queen .they are supposed to follow uk rules in these matters . I have been getting my name cleared there is just excessive delay ...in letting me land there again .if they had just said sorry I wouldnt be here ..
.The states have nothing to do with this except for providing the false info that they relied upon .....( i wonder who they got there info from badinfo.com??) My govt(US) knows i am not a felon .....I have a passport and vote ...
I may end up in the cayman courts if they keep delaying ....if i loose i appeal to the uk courts .....at the end of the day the queen is the boss.. cayman is a territory of the uk
My 2ed biggest complaint was with the manner i was deported...
#1 they did not follow the deportation rules (International and uk standards)..it was obviously not me in the record they were reading ...it did have the other mans name, dob, ssi # XXXXX etc ....anyone could see the info was flawed but they were blind to it ....when being questioned while detained i may add.... they asked me all kinds of questions
I insisted that it wasnt me....they were also aware that it wasnt me because i heard them sayingto easc other " how can it be him if the other man is in jail" .
#2 they refused to tell me why i was being deported
#3 they did not tell me i could appeal
#4 I dont view the US as safe... .that is why i moved to cayman ..and i had no where to go once in the states ....
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