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    Difference between Catch & Release? Expedited Removal? Voluntary Return

    Anyone from here that has experience and can confirm me the difference between those? I know expedited removal carries a bar but how is the procedure? Why or on what basis applies each to different people?
    Expedited removal = for only people committing crime or denied entry at port of entry?
    What do you guys think i got when I was a kid 14 years old?
    I didn't got denied at port of entry, I didn't get caught crossing illegally (river or anything else).
    Police went to my house because father got a warrant and they saw we were mexicans and asked my mom for the border crossing cards and my mom only showed them my sisters and moms. They took us to police station to get asked stuff about father, then a border patrol truck got to the police station for us then took us to border patrol station (not an ice detention). There were so many border patrols in there and alot alot of border patrol trucks(i guess they clock in there too). I was there(with my family) at a small place that had glass and i could see all Bps go and leave. Im not too sure but i think they took us a picture and finger print after a couple of hours (I think we lasted mostly 2 hours) because at the police station it took alot. Then after the 2 hours passed they got us again in a Bp truck aside with my family and some random guy and just let us go in the border and we walked by ourselves. I just requested a foia with cbp to see if something comes up. I was 14 in 2005 and now im 25

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    woW...you should really speak to an attorney, or your local legal aid office

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    i also have been searching for answer on this for years if expedited removal from a port of entry before April 1997 is a deportation. After consultation with 3 different lawyers im still left with a not sure answer from everybody. If anybody knowledgeable on this matter, please share with us. I Think catch and release wont show on your fois but the other 2 are considered deportation

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    Expedited removal from a port of entry (as apposed to being allowed to withdraw your application for admission, or having your application for admission merely be refused) is a removal for the purposes of INA 212(a)(9)(A), but wouldn't the resulting inadmissibility be long over?

    Is there more to this narrative, like a post-'97 unlawful entry, or a subsequent entry with inspection but without advance permission to apply for admission (during the period of a9A inadmissibility)?

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