Q: I'm illegible to get permanent resident according to private law 106/8 issued on 1999 , my name was listed ,
I filed the application & did finger print & medical test , biometric application& received I 181 FORM , after that for emergency traveled oversees , right now I'm in Jordan
Looking for any immigration lawyer who can help paroled me to USA to complete my remaining process and get my green card. and welling to pay for this service
Can you tell me any lawyer can help ?
A: More information is needed on the history of your immigration. Whether you qualified for 106/8 and whether you are admissible to enter the USA.
A: Attorneys are not allowed to solicit professional services directly. Be as it may, more information is necessary to analyze your particular immigration case and advise the best course of action in your particular circumstances. Thus, you may select compare and reach out to a licensed I migration attorney of your choice to facilitate this matter.
More information is needed. I strongly recommend a teleconference via Skype or Zoom with a competent and experienced immigration and visa attorney. All three of us, among others, fit within those credentials. Many of us charge a fee for this sort of legal advice after investigation and review.
You, among others, were beneficiaries of a private bill that became law in 1999. The requirements of that law meant that you had to remain in the U.S. for at least one year before filing for lawful permanent resident status. You were also required to comply with the rules for adjustment of status. If you applied and were approved for advanced parole before your departure, you may be allowed to return as long as the document has not expired. Otherwise, your departure may be considered abandonment.
Due to the nature of this relief, I strongly recommend that you find an attorney who understands Private Law 106/8, but appreciates what must be done and will be able to afford to work with you to determine where and whether it can be done at this point. Good luck.
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