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Obviously, you are responsible until he returns (if ever) from Mexico.

2006-08-02 21:03:06
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How can a aggravated felon who is deported com back to US?

Through Canada


Can my friend with a permanent resident green card be deported if her husband divorces her?

No. The only way you can be deported if you have permanent residency is if you commit some sort of crime.


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Generally, a person who is a permanent resident would not be deported for a misdemeanor. If it is a higher lever misdemeanor like a DUI or theft, deportation could occur.


Can you enter the us legally after being deported?

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Could you lose your permanent resident card and get deported for going to jail?

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Can illegal alien children be deported?

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Do children get help after parent being deported?

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Should legal permanent residents be deported?

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Can children of one parent that is deported get any benefits?

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Can a lawful permanent resident convicted of a controlled substance with the intent to sell be deported?

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Can a non aggravated non violent felon holding a green card be deported or detained by the ins?

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If a permanent resident marries a US citizen can he still be deported?

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Can you get custody if other parent is deported?

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Can you become an American citizen if you were deported for life and illegally stayed in the United States?

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