Immigration Issues/Immigration to USA

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Question
My daugther lost her interview in 02/2009. We are from Brazil, her interview was here at Rio de Janeiro,  USA Consulate
2 weeks before her interview, agente ICE nock at my home door.
I was deported.
My husband - USA Citizen apply for her at that time.
I just get my APROVAL NOTICE from USA Embassy, Lima-Peru.
Looks like I will be home in Setember.
I get married in 12/2005
My daugther was 15.
My Question is?

How can I help her to go to USA? She's will be 22 in 08/2012.

Thanks

Answer
As per info provided, your daughter seem over 21 now; so, she would be the 1st preference and not IR as earlier.  However, you may be eligible to preserve her initial priority date on which she had an interview in 2009.

Please note that, your question is too complex and case specific for it to be answered meaningfully on a forum. These questions are complex as delving into an area where the law is not very clearly defined; a detailed review of case law and the facts in your case may be necessary. I recommend hiring an immigration attorney on a retainer basis to provide on-going support as undoubtedly it will be needed since you are delving into a murky area of the law.

Note: Our main are of practice is U.S. Immigration Law with focus on Removal, Deportation, Asylum, Employment Visas, Non-immigrant Visas (H1B/L1/J1), Immigration Bond matters, Criminal Immigration and other complex Immigration matters and related Federal Court litigation.  This communication, though, does not constitute “legal advice”, nor does it form an attorney-client relationship.  

Best wishes,  

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Questions regarding Immigration to United States, including Removal/Deportation Proceedings, Asylum; Green Card through Family (Fiance/ee Visa, Spouse, Children, Parents, Siblings); Green Card through Employment (Labor Certification - PERM, Extra Ordinary Ability - EB1, Religious/Entrepreneur - EB4/EB5); Non-Immigrant Visas - H1B, L1, F & M, J1, J1 waiver, Humanitarian relief (Cancellation of Removal, Prosecutorial Discretion, TPS, Dream Act); Hardship Waiver (I-601/212) etc., are welcome.

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Dealing with clients seeking immigration help since year 2001. Main area of practice is Immigration Law.

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Member - AILA. Bar Council of India.

Education/Credentials
LL.M - Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, NY. LL.B - Campus Law Center, University of Delhi, New Delhi.

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