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Old Apr 22nd 2012, 4:24 am   #31
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Default Re: AOS from VWP.......advice needed please

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IF the officer denies your AOS, you will be removed from the USA, and a ban could be put in effect. In that case, if you still want to stay together, your husband would have to immigrate to the UK.
That's not entirely correct. There are waivers available for most bans. Having said that, the waiver process is costly and complicated - with no guarantee of success.

An important point that should be made, is that it matters which district OP and her husband resides in. Some district offices have changed their policy on whether or not to allow AOS from the VWP.

This is another reason why a legal consultation is in order. A local immigration attorney should know what the policy for the local USCIS office is regarding AOS from VWP.

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If you have a high risk tolerance, you can file AOS. If you do not, then you should do the Immigrant Visa process.

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On this I very much agree.
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