Immigration/Naturalization

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Question: My husband was apprehended from ice. And now was charged with reentry. He is sent for removal. How can I stop the removal so he can stay here. And what forms will I need to fill out. My husband has been here for 15years has 5 children went to school here and has all his immediate family here.he also has criminal trespass from 2011 and a marijuana violation from 2007 on his record also this recent one reentry charge.what can I do for him to stop removal and get permission for him to be here legally?????

Answer: The following information is provided for general information only. Immigration law is complex and fact-specific, so it is best to contact an attorney directly to find out how the law applies to a specific situation. People who have multiple illegal entries into the U.S. face strict rules for applying for legal admission into the U.S. Depending on the facts, an undocumented immigrant caught illegally entering the U.S. more than once may not be eligible to apply for admission for ten years. Therefore, the undocumented immigrant will have to wait in his/her country of citizenship until he/she is eligible to apply for legal admission into the U.S. Also, drug violations are very damaging to someone's immigration case. That is why it is best to consult an attorney about your specific case. The attorney can carefully review the facts and provide a more accurate assessment.

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  • My husband was apprehended from ice. And now was charged with reentry. He is sent for removal. How can I stop the removal so he can stay here. And what forms will I need to fill out. My husband has been here for 15years has 5 children went to school here and has all his immediate family here.he also has criminal trespass from 2011 and a marijuana violation from 2007 on his record also this recent one reentry charge.what can I do for him to stop removal and get permission for him to be here legally?????

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