If a person from Guatemala is detained in El Paso trying to cross what do they do with them? Deport them to Guatemala or Mexico? Do they have a chance
Question that has been on my brain. I was reading that one couple's I-601A was denied because a previous employer checked on an
Hello, my Brother in law came with work visa. He still working with the visa. My questions is how his employer can request him to stay here in USA. His
Temporary Protected Status Benefits Under Designations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone Extended Six Months for Orderly Transition Before Termination
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My fiance and I are getting married next month and we've already consulted with a lawyer
Hey Priscilla, here is my letter. Names have been changed and some personal information removed, but I hope this helps some of you!
ok my wife went home for a week she came back to usa yesterday the imagration officer said she cant keep doing this that she have to put in for a b2 visa
If tney are detained by CBP/ICE they'll be sent to birth country thats verified
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USCIS will not deny the provisional waiver for this reason, but the consulate will deny the visa and revoke the provisional waiver if they find that there
They send them to whatever they believe to be person's home county. In this case, Guatemala. And it is not necessarily a deportation.