jessica23

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  1. I keep calling them if anything now that its been 105 days im requesting a supervisor next lol stay positive .
  2. After 105 days of them receiving ur packet u can call the uscis and do a "service request" to push the form. Thats what im doing today.im on it. I cant wait i need this
  3. Yea sorry i looked it up after lol n what are u going to send u would think u send everything u could what else could they need. What did u send?
  4. Either way we're going to end up in a courtroom i think. cuz its a misdemeanor period u cant have misdemeanors for daca . Cutting corners is what i think ill be doing wit it being expunged cuz i havent paid all my fines or finished school.. n its not even promised yet that it will yet...i still have hope...
  5. Wouldn't it be fraud if i do that and i really dont need that on my record and i have to work i have things to pay n survive too unless maybe i start a business but idk? .
  6. Yea i was told the same thing but they get fined i think cuz they have to send ur renew paperwork info too and thats what im sayinh .. what am i hiding..i cant even work w that without having it renew big ol words saying must have permit. No i haven't expunged im trying to talk to someone about that i have a three yr probation n i haven'tpaid all fines n it happened in 2015 ... im going to send it
  7. Wow December. .... Can we still work under the ssn if its pending... Mine ex in may..n ill be sending my renewal sometime next week hopefully Tuesday... I know late...
  8. https://www.change.org/p/second-chances hey sign my petition i had to make the title short n lol @mr
  9. exceptional circumstances hasnt been removed , and everyone was a priority then too stage one stage 2 stage 3 . just trying to help when i come across them im telling them all this like look at this n this n it said this n if it has changed well why ask ask ask push push push we know we deserve to be here we have to show how bad we want it n the more we know n the less they feel like we know the better ..i think
  10. .. https://www.ice.gov/doclib/foia/prosecutorial-discretion/training-exercising-pd.pdf
  11. unl ess, in the judgment of an ICE Field Office Director, CBP Sector Chief, or CBP Director of Field Operations, there are compelling and exceptional factors that clearly indicate the alien is not a threat to national security, border security, or public safety and should not therefore be an enforcement priority. Likewise, aliens in Priority 2 should be removed unless they qualify for asylum or other forms of relief under our laws, or unless, in the judgment of an ICE Field Office Director, CBP Sector Chief, CBP Director of Field Operations, USCIS District Director, or USCIS Service Center Director, there are factors indicating the alien is not a threat to national security, border security, or public safety and should not therefore be an enforcement priority . Similarly, aliens in Priority 3 should generally be removed unless they qualify for asylum or another form of relief under our laws or, unless, in the judgment of an immigration officer, the alien is not a threat to the 5 integrity of the immigration system or there are factors suggesting the alien should not be an enforcement priority. all this unless unless smh we need to b that unless
  12. request the director it says for stage 3 the judgement of an immigration officer and there are factors suggesting the alien should not be an enforced priority BOOM>> In making such judgment s, DHS personnel should consider factors such as: extenuating circumstances involving the offense of conviction; extended length of time since the offense of conviction; length of time in the United States; military service; family or community ties in the United States;status as a victim, witness or plaintiff in civil or criminal proceedings; or compelling humanitarian factors such as poor health, age, pregnancy, a young child, or a seriously ill relative. These factors are not intended to be dispositive nor is this list intended to be exhaustive. Decisions should be based on the totality of the circumstances. family ties are pension property, commitments, etc.
  13. https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/14_1120_memo_prosecutorial_discretion.pdf These aliens should be removed unless they qualify for asylum or another form of relief under our laws or, unless, in the judgment of an ICE Field Office Director, CBP Sector Chief, CBP Director of Field Operations, USCIS District Director, or users Service Center Director, there are factors indicating the alien is not a threat to national security, border security, or public safety, and should not therefore be an enforcement priority
  14. trust god vik theres nothing we can do now but let him fix it n keep looking for answers dont give up trust tht everything is for the best