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  • Does being detained matter?

    Hi, just came across this forum and it's very informative.... Wish I'd have found it a long time ago... My wife is detained and had filed for the U-Visa, does the fact that she's detained make the process move along any faster? We can't do this for three years....

    Thank you

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    You should talk to her lawyer if any,but I do not think it'd speed things up,they will probably release her,as long as she don't sign any papers she'll be ok,I wouldn't without seeing a judge,its her right.

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    • #3
      My husband was in ice custody while appying for U visa.you can fight it with a good lawyer He was deported because the government said he can still return if granted the UVisa from abroad. But they give you the option to file and pay fees to ask to stay while waiting on approval , You have to file a stay of deportation. We decided on saving the money instead and letting him go back. He was approved for the visa and is now in the process to parole back in to the US.

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      • #4
        Damn! Thanks for sharing though,I didn't think that could've been possible,what'd he do? Just trying to be cautious while am out there you know,definitely Trump is kicking as much people as he can,that sucks,hope your husband gets back real soon,id hate to go back to Mex for a traffick stop or something really silly

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        • #5
          He had a prior deportation from 98. (He was 16 then and was a part of human traffacking in florida , he was a minor and had no family here) , this time 2015 he was arrested for no license and sent to ice custody we live in Dalton ,Ga. They love turning in illegals .. anyways bcause he had a prior deportation the govmt reinstated it. I wouldnt worry too much. We could have fought it , but its too much money to risk and still get deported. His lawyer called today to let me know they havent heard anything since he got DA , and that they think he should recieve the actual U visa this year ?? I think they actually expidited his case bcause he was deported. With RFE and everything he recieved DA exactly a year after applying.

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          • #6
            Awesome! I've heard about GA,no different than Davison co. TN,no that I live there but I attended GED classes back in 10',freaking cops see you're Hispanic and they pull you over

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            • #7
              Yes ! Its a sad situation.

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              • #8
                Good luck to y'all,trump is freaking crazy,now everyone has to learn English in order to become permanent resident

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                • #9
                  I just got finished reading about that. My husband was in the US for 18 years. He can read write and speak english. I encourage all hispanics to learn the language because its one less thing they can use against you. I wish you guys all the luck ! Be Blessed.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks,hopefully he won't win next election,which I doubt,he's telling all the racist people all they want to hear so you never know.

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