If I am married to an illegal immigrant, what process I can take to help him become a citizen”

With all the new laws passed what steps can I take? He has been here since he was 3 year, however in high school, he got into some trouble and was charged with a felony; he was deported 8 years ago. He came back illegally and since then has no longer been involved with any trouble. We have 3 kids and got married through the court 3 years ago. He is the best dad to his kids. He worked at the same job for 7 years but now lost his job. What’s your advice to me? Can I apply for a resident’s card?

Asked on August 14, 2013 under Immigration Law, Texas

Answers:

Tricia Dwyer / Tricia Dwyer Esq & Associates PLLC

Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Hello. The laws have not been changed as yet. You would be wise to confer privately with an attorney and not post details on a public website. The attorney will be happy to help you. You may phone my law firm on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as weekdays. Immigration and Visa law is federal law, so any knowledgeable licensed attorney may assist you. This website provides general information and general principles of law and does not provide private legal advice. Some attorneys are available seven days for emergency legal needs. Many attorneys will confer initially at no charge. Then, if legal work is performed, some attorneys will provide a reduced fee for financial hardship. Some attorneys may also assist you in limited scope manner to conserve legal costs. All the best.

 

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Harun Kazmi / Kazmi and Sakata Attorneys at Law

Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Hello, there have not been too many changes to the laws. There currently many proposals. However, due to his deportation and re-entry, he is likely barred for 10 years. This Bar will apply if you filed a new case for him and then he goes and tries to process at the US Embassy. This would be required. Once he leaves, he will have the bar and cannot apply for a waiver of it because of the his immigration history.


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