Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation
Posted by Curmudgeon on 7/21/05
I concur with the advice your attorney gave you. I would
add that you should put the twins up for adoption. You may
be "in love" with that dirtbag, but the twins deserve better
role models and a better life than you two can give them.
On 7/21/05, karina wrote:
> my fiance, and the father of my twin daughters, was twice
> convicted of domestic violence-- once with me and another
> with the previous relationship about 3 years back. We've
> worked our issues out and he is getting counseling so I
> feel it is the right thing for him to be with our girls.
> The problem is that he was ordered removed based on the
> first conviction and the BIA denied his appeal. In the
> meantime, we had an incident because I was hesitant to get
> married, and, well, one thing led to another... I called
> the police and got a restraining order. As a result of
> this, he violated probation in LA county and the judge
> sentenced him to a full year and threw my fiance in
> i was even more devastated to find out that immigration
> a hold on him and the jail release him to the INS
> authorities ahead of schedule. As we were not getting
> results with our previous attorneys, we went pro per and
> filed an appeal and stay of removal to the nonth circuit
> while my fiance remains in immigration custody.
> I am very concerned now because I was told that even if
> there is a rule against "indefinite" detentions, that
> because of the resentencing in the original case, my
> father is now considered an aggravated felon, which
> more consequences.
> BECAUSE OF THE TWO CONVICTIONS, IF MY FIANCE IS EVENTUALLY
> DEPORTED, WILL THERE BE TWO TEN-YEAR BANS, ONE FOR EACH
> INSTANCE, OR WILL HE BE BARRED JUST FOR THE PERIOD
> ASSOCIATED WITH HIS NOTICE?
> WHAT REMEDIES DO WE HAVE? I FORGOT TO MENTION THAT HE HAD
> BEEN HERE JUST UNDER A YEAR WHEN HE WAS FIRST SERVED BY
> INS ...I WISH THERE WAS SOME HOPE BECAUSE OUR LAST
> DECLINED TO REPRESENT US FURTHER SAYING THAT IT WAS A
> OF OUR MONEY AND THAT WE SHOULD JUST PLAN TO MAKE A LIFE
> MY FIANCE'S COUNTRY.
> IF WE DO HAVE TO GO, WHAT STEPS SHOULD WE TAKE IN THE
> FUTURE IF THERE ARE ANY DELAYED REMEDIES?
Posts on this thread, including this one
- ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 7/21/05, by karina.
- Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 7/21/05, by Curmudgeon.
- Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 7/21/05, by roosta.
- Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 7/22/05, by KARINA.
- Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 9/04/05, by Venice Lawyer.
- Re: ninth circuit-immigration appeal, criminal deportation, 9/07/05, by Steve.