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    I don't know my situation, Anyone?

    Ok guys,

    Back in 2005 when I was 13 years old, I was living in the US and going to school. I always had border crossing cards and never entered illegally in my life but my father committed a crime that he got detained that year 2005 and gave him 7 years in a US prison. The day he got apprehended I got picked up from school by investigators and they took me to the police station along with my brother to get questioned about him. Long story then after they didn't ask me questions because i was 13 literally a kid, they took me to the Border patrol station! They asked my mother for the visas which she only gave them hers and my sister(not mine nor my brother). We then got sent to mexico the same exact day of the apprehension of my father but I came back along with my brother the next day with the samw visa itself. The visa had no cancelled stamp or anything. The officer just saw it and waved us through in(inspected). After that year I've never gone back to Mexico. So now im 26 and about to marry my fiancée. Would be able to adjust status? I entered by inspection and have the visa with me.

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    How will you show you were inspected?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coventrated View Post
    How will you show you were inspected?
    The border crossing card b1/b2 bcc used to just wave you through in without an i-94 if you were not traveling more than 75 miles away rhe border. I live right next the border.

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    Yes, you can do Adjustment of Status. A copy of your BCC should be enough proof; in the worst case, your brother could provide an affidavit that you guys entered with inspection, but it shouldn't be necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newacct View Post
    Yes, you can do Adjustment of Status. A copy of your BCC should be enough proof; in the worst case, your brother could provide an affidavit that you guys entered with inspection, but it shouldn't be necessary.
    Hopefully i can because I don't know if my visa got cancelled or revoked (internally)? I asked for the foia like 3 weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newacct View Post
    Yes, you can do Adjustment of Status. A copy of your BCC should be enough proof; in the worst case, your brother could provide an affidavit that you guys entered with inspection, but it shouldn't be necessary.
    Hopefully i can because I don't know if my visa got cancelled or revoked (internally)? I asked for the foia like 3 weeks ago.

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    Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials! See the Matter of Quilantan, 25 I&N Dec. 285 (BIA 2010)

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    Thank you very much! What would you guys do inmy position? Did that count as a deportation or something? Yet i came back and still have the visa with me (expired 2012)

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    I would not worry until you get back your IHS from FBI CJIS, and your FOIA results CBP/USCIS/ICE/OBIM

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    So you recommend me to wait for the FOIA? One thing is my brother gor his foia first than me and got no records found. (My brother is in the same position as me)

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    Given those facts, I would go ahead and be prepared to file paperwork as soon as you get your marriage certificate

    If the records indicate you were in fact deported... well, it is what it is, but there is no benefit to you delaying filing your paperwork

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