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  1. I really hope everything works out. I know the feeling of fear and overwhelm
  2. Good Luck! Lori. Keep us posted girl. Did you send your expungement papers?
  3. A Request For Evidence (RFE) is made by USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) when an immigration or visa application is lacking required evidence, or the immigration officer needs additional evidence to determine the eligibility of an applicant for the benefit sought.
  4. He needs to apply for "Advanced Parole" leave to Mexico and come back. Talk to an immigration attorney.
  5. You need to talk to an immigration attorney. Did your husband come to the US with a visa? if he didn't he should try applying for advanced parole.
  6. What happen with your DACA and your DUI

  7. Romero I know you got denied for DACA.

    because of the DUI what did they send you? Noticed to Appear,deportation letter or just denial letter.

    Did you expunge your DUI & apply again?

  8. What happened? Did you get denied or accepted. What about everyone else.
  9. A DUI is considered a * Significant Misdemeanor" I was rejected the first time but was accepted after with Expunge DUI
  10. Thanx Alex! keep us up to date with your case bud.
  11. You might have a chance. My DACA with an expunged was accepted.
  12. I was accepted on May of 2016 the post office. The post office lost my EAD after speaking to the USCIS agents they just gave me the round around until one of them told just to pay & re apply for a replacement card. I payed the $465 again & did my biomectrics last year. Finally I received my replacement EAD! it expires next year on May. So close to a year.
  13. Yay! I got a call from the POST OFFCICE they had my new work permit. The first one got lost one year wasted smh!
  14. Tell me about it. 97 percent of my family lives in the US most of them are US Citizens or Permanent Residence including my mom & brother's. I honestly don't know what I would do if I was deported.