Expert immigration law attorney Matt Adams provides advice to immigrants who have been removed from the United States.
An immigrant who has been deported from the United States will face difficult obstacles when applying for permanent residence after marrying a citizen or resident of the United States.
According to lawyer Matt Adams, legal director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project based in Seattle, Washington state, those who have been deported from the United States should contact an expert immigration lawyer before requesting any benefits for permanent residence, whether by marriage. with a person born in the USA or with a permanent resident.
Under current law, an immigrant who has been deported cannot apply for permanent residence for several years, up to ten.
In some cases, immigrants with deportations may qualify for a government waiver that, if approved, can open the way to residency.
In these pardons, the immigrant who is the husband of a US citizen or resident must demonstrate to the immigration authorities that the rejection of the pardon would result in ‘’ extreme hardship ’’ for immediate family members, not for the immigrant requesting the benefit.
ALWAYS CONSULT WITH AN EXPERT IMMIGRATION LAW ATTORNEY
For this reason and given the sensitivity of these situations, it is always recommended that you consult with an expert immigration law attorney before initiating an application for permanent residence.
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