Q: Hi, I've been deported twice from the U.S , I was under age both times.. (Check more information plz)
Hi, I've been deported twice from the U.S , I was under age both times, because I went with my parents. Let's say I start a company, and it goes very well... I mean multi-billionaire company, and I want to open a subsidiary company there, is there a chance for the immigration to approve it?
A: Not enough information. If the most recent entry was after April 1, 1997, then you may be subject to INA 212(a)(9)(C). If the most recent entry was before April 1, 1997, then you aren't subject to that section. Also, if the second entry was with inspection, you might not be subject to 9C. I don't have enough information to say for sure. Even if you are subject to 9C, if you've been out of the US for more than 10 years, you are eligible to apply for a waiver. You don't need a qualifying relative for the 9C waiver (if you've been out of the country for more than 10 years), but you're still going to need a petitioner for the visa and it sounds like maybe you don't have one. If you have a highly successful business and you plan to invest a million dollars in a US business that will hire lots of people, then you can apply for an entrepreneur's visa and do the 9C waiver, but it sounds like you're not there yet.
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