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    Quote Originally Posted by NicaMex View Post
    Form I770? Is that voluntary departure?

    I-770 is a form they give to minors and then released to their parents. An FOIA will show if he was deported. That will cause other things to get through with the process. So hopefully it was just caught and release.
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    my mother and father in law applied for a visa in Mexico city and got approved back in December. they were being help by this guy who supposedly was an attorney. They haven't hard anything and the guy took their passports 2 weeks ago to supposedly go and pick up their visas. Since then we haven't heard anything back at all. Who can I call or what advice do you guys give me. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosy1987 View Post
    HELP!
    my mother and father in law applied for a visa in Mexico city and got approved back in December. they were being help by this guy who supposedly was an attorney. They haven't hard anything and the guy took their passports 2 weeks ago to supposedly go and pick up their visas. Since then we haven't heard anything back at all. Who can I call or what advice do you guys give me. Thank you.

    Hi rosy1987, seems a bit suspicious.


    I’d suggest either calling, emailing or going in person to the embassy to ask. Not sure how Mexico works.

    Other ideas would be to alert the authorities and report the passport stolen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saca330 View Post
    Hi rosy1987, seems a bit suspicious.


    I’d suggest either calling, emailing or going in person to the embassy to ask. Not sure how Mexico works.

    Other ideas would be to alert the authorities and report the passport stolen.
    thank you I appreciate it.

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    Normally the Consulate retains the Passports and then sends them back with the visa's, never heard of anybody going back with them, how would the 'Lawyer' get entry?
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    I could be wrong but from what I know and personal experience, each individual has to to the interview themselves with their passport to conduct a visa interview, I don’t think a “lawyer” can do that and present himself without your in laws.

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    any update?
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