Can I still be deported if I am being accused of committing marriage fraud? 5 Answers as of August 22, 2011Can a foreign native who married an American and stayed married more than 2 years still be deported if it is determined by ICE that he or she committed marriage fraud or lied and or gave misleading or false information on her marriage visa application?
The Ghosh Law Group | Amy Maitrayee Ghosh
That depends on what ICE do next. Have they served you with Notice to Appear in court? Then you can fight the case in EOIR for many years. No one will deport you tomorrow without giving you due process. This is America !!!
Answer Applies to: California
Reza Athari & Associates, PLLC | Reza Athari
Marriage fraud if prosecuted, is a federal crime. In any event, if you are charged or found by CIS to have committed marriage fraud, not only you are subject to deportation, also no other petition may be approved for you at any time.
Answer Applies to: Nevada