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Q: been out of f-1 status for 3 yrs can I get in trouble for applying at the same school will they verify lawful presence

Stephen Baird answered on Dec 5, 2014

If your F-1 status has lapsed, your SEVIS code will be invalid, and the school will discover this during the application/enrollment process. This may also alert USCIS to the fact that you're still in the US and may cause them to look into your current status, a process which will likely end in... Read more »

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Q: IFF MY HUSBAND WAS DETAIN AND IMIGRATION HAS A HOLD ON HIM WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS??

Gus M. Shihab Esq answered on Nov 27, 2010

Dear Madam,

If ICE has a hold on your husband you could request a bond hearing for his release if ICE would not release him. The attorney representing your husband would have to show that he is eligible for some sort of relief from removal. If your husband has US Citizen Children and his...
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