Immigration Issues/asylee married to USC/removal proceddings/too complicated
I Came In USA SEP 2003 As EWI ( Entry Without Inspection) Applied For Political Asylum OCTOBER 2003 , Interview With Immigration Officer They Send My Case To Immigration Court I GOT MARRIED TO USC IN JANUARY 2006. I HAD Master Hearing date In Last Year Of FEBRURAY 2006. They set my INDIVIDUAL HEARING DATE in FEB 2007 . I Applied For I-130 in January 2006 , its Been Approved, Then I Apply For I-824 Its Been Approved And They Send My Approved Application To NVC (national Visa Center) , I Send I-864 (affidavit Of Support) AND DS-230 PART 1 (application For Immigrant Visa And Alien Registration). I Paid NVC 70.00$ Fee And 380.00$ Fee , This Month FEBURARY I Have Individual Hearing Date For Removal Proceedings In Immigration Court... Is There Any Way I Can Terminate The Case From The Court . We have a baby boy of one month old from our marrige. SO I am having 2 cases running parallel my ASYLUM and NVC. In both the cases I have to leave the country, am gonna go ask the judge for voluntary departure…So if I take voluntary departure and by the mean time NVC are going to send my approved petition to my countrys consulate which is INDIA and then I have to go to India give the interview and get the visa from India consulate. will they approve my visa and if they approve it would they let me back in again in the USA because I entered illegally . is there any kind of ban for 3 or 5 years or so …can they even deny I-601 waiver ….do I have any chances coming back over here coz Iam planning to take voluntary departure so they don’t have to deport me forcefully in case my immigration case denied ….. I work in usa 3 years already I paid texas for 3 years and I have tax return for all of the years and my wife is on disability she didnt work for last many years…iam the only member of the family who is working. And I don’t have any kind of bad record other than I entred illegally. Can anyone Please Suggest Me What Do I Have To Do I Will Be Greatly Appreciated...thanks.. AND I ALREADY CONSULY PRO BONO…CHARITIES ORGANIZATIONS…. I TALKED TO SEVERAL LAWYERS AND I HIRED A LWYER TOO NOBODY KNOW THAT MUCH ..SO PLZ SUUGEST ME
Even if you take voluntary departure, you are subject to a 10 year bar if you leave. You will then have to go to immigrant visa interview and apply for waiver on I-601. If they approve, you will get the visa and come back. This process may take a year or more. If they do not approve, you will not be back for 10 years.