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AAO Finds Applicant is Not Inadmissible under 212(a)(9)(C)


In a 12/29/11 decision, the AAO concluded that the applicant was not inadmissible under § 212(a)(9)(C)(i)(II), where the applicant was removed and subsequently reentered the US before April 1, 1997 and later concurrently filed an I-485 and I-212.

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  1. Please call my office at 562-495-0554 for a consultation.

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  2. Hello,now with this new law,and since i have 2 usa citizen under age kids do i have any chances to get back to usa? If you can reply i really appreciate it thanks. Walter garcia

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  3. Hello:

    Please contact me for a consultation at 323-454-7591 or self-schedule an appointment at blerner.checkappointments.com

    Regards,

    Brian D. Lerner
    Attorney at Law

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  4. I BEEN INADMISSIBLE TO GET IN USA WITH MY VISA B1 B2 ABOUT 2 MONTHS AGO BEFORE THIS TRIP I STAYED FOR 5 MONTHS AND THE FOUND OUT THAT I WORKED FOR 3 MONTHS AND THEY CANCELLED THE VISA AND SEND ME BACK TO GUATEMALA I HAVE 2 KIDS BOTH USA CITIZEN AND I WANT TO SEE THEM AGAIN IS THERE ANY WAY TO FIX THIS PROBLEM AND GET THE VISA BACK AGAIN? ANY BODY?

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