Can I be deported if the person who petitioned for me to come to the US does not want me here anymore?

Asked on August 22, 2014 under Immigration Law, Minnesota

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Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

No, a person cannot have you deported; only immigration can and only if there is a basis for deportation/removal.  If you are in the US lawfully, then no one can deport you unless you have violated the law through criminal activity.  If your fiancee or spouse petitioned for you and the relationship is no longer bona fide, you can try to find other options for remaining in the US lawfully.


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