My case got denied! The judge ordered my deportation! Is everything lost? Can I still do something?
Lawyer Advice: If you are married to a U.S. citizen, you are probably eligible to become a U.S. permanent resident. Definitely call us or drop us a line to talk about your situation – your immigration history or criminal history could affect your case and we can tell you if everything is okay.
However, many people are eligible for a green card even without a marriage to a U.S. citizen. Whether you can apply to become a U.S. permanent resident depends on many factors. When did you come to the U.S.? Did you come on a visa or crossed the border? Do you have any relatives in America? Have you ever been arrested? If you live outside of America, are you eligible to apply and – if yes – how? All these things matter. What do you do to find out if you are eligible?
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This interview is a digest of the high-profile Anna Delvey immigration case. Yakov provides expert commentary on the case and what other people facing deportation