My husband might get deported back to Argentina for something so absurd. We have a wonderful family made up of a 7 year old boy, 3 year old girl and a one year baby girl not to mention another baby on the way. My husband took in my two older children as his own and was planning to adopt them as soon as he became resident. We thought we were not going to have a problem when filling for his residency because he came to the US legally and has never committed a crime. Well we were wrong.
When my husband and I went to our interview with immigration my husband was asked "Have you ever claimed citizen" he answered "no" well that's what he thought because we later found out when his residency was denied that there were to i-9 forms from the same employer; one where he states resident, and one where citizen is marked for him via computer system with his signature. We were devastated one of our family dreams was crushed.
Answer by Brandi300 at 7:45 PM on Jun. 26, 2010
If you can, hire an immigration lawyer or at least see if you can get a consultation to see what possibilities he has.
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