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My mother attempted to enter thenUnited States in September

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My mother attempted to enter thenUnited States in September of 1998. She was inspected and it was found that her passport didn't belong to her. The passport had a picture of my mother embedded to it. She re-entered the US in 2000 which makes her inadmissible. She has been granted TPS since 2000 but in 2015 it was found that she is inadmissible but a waiver was sent and approved. In 2006 she was approved parole and went back to her country and came back with inspection. My step-dad (U.S. Citizen) petitioned for her but she was found inadmissible again and the only option she has now is to file a motion to re-open. Is there any chance to file the motion and be found admissible since her last entry was through parole?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  Jen Marie, Esq. replied 1 year ago.

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What is the reason that her last decision says that she is currently inadmissible?

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