What are the chances of someone fixing his status without having someone file a petition for him? 1 Answers as of April 04, 2011A cousin was from Mexico came to the states with his mom at the age of 13, and has lived here since. He has a little debt and one ticket for driving without insurance, has kids (none with a condition), has worked and payed taxes every year. What are the chances of him fixing his status without having someone file a petition for him? How expensive is it and how long would the process be?
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
It is possible because he has children who are citizens. Depending on dificulty deporting him will impose on them, the judge may grant him a green card. But you need a lawyer to handle your case, for sure.
Answer Applies to: Florida