Question In 2000 my son was removed to Italy. He was removed on two counts (459 PC FEL AND 470(D) PC FEL. This was 13 years ago. I am trying to find out if he can return to the U.S. I contacted the USCIS and they told me to contact the Department of State. I have been unable to speak with a real person I only get the computer system. It tells me the date and where he was removed from. I want to know if my son can come back to the U.S. and what I need to do to make this happen. So far I have contacted ICE, USDOJ and USCIS and I seem to be going in circles. Is there some real person I can talk to that can give me the information I need?
Answer Dear Lina:The first thing you need to consult on your son's situation is copies of the record of criminal case, disposition certificates and deportation record. I would (if you do not have the record) you make a Freedom Of Information Request on Form G-639 and get a copy of his record. You may contact an attorney to do that or you can do it on your own. Once you have the record, I would recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney. I sure sure there are people who can advise you the best for your son. You may, however, contact us and we will be more than happy to assist you.
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