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Petition approve inspite became illegal

Old Oct 18th 2004, 6:33 am
  #1  
Roger Xing
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Default Petition approve inspite became illegal

This actually happened.

He came 5 years ago, got a fake a green card, worked. When his
interview comes for his petition he was approved. Now, he's just
waiting for his real green card.

How could this be? I thought BCIS is so strict. This blows me.
 
Old Oct 18th 2004, 10:37 am
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Olivier Wagner
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Default Re: Petition approve inspite became illegal

He just managed to hide some information to USCIS ; it's not so
difficult, but it's at great risk.
In a lot of circonstances, USCIS relies on the applicant to have info.
If he lies, he may be able to get away with this. On the other hand,
if he would be in deep trouble. In this case, he would also have been
in trouble if he had said the truth. Even if I strongly disagree with
that attitude, I unfortunately has to say that I can understand it.


[email protected] (roger xing) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > This actually happened.
    >
    > He came 5 years ago, got a fake a green card, worked. When his
    > interview comes for his petition he was approved. Now, he's just
    > waiting for his real green card.
    >
    > How could this be? I thought BCIS is so strict. This blows me.
 
Old Oct 19th 2004, 1:49 am
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Roger Xing
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Default Re: Petition approve inspite became illegal

I thought USCIS maintains records for coming and going for each
individual. Well, may be they don't have records 5 yrs ago. But even
then how about the stamps on his passport?

Anyway, I guess USCIS is still lousy and unfair.

[email protected] (Olivier Wagner) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > He just managed to hide some information to USCIS ; it's not so
    > difficult, but it's at great risk.
    > In a lot of circonstances, USCIS relies on the applicant to have info.
    > If he lies, he may be able to get away with this. On the other hand,
    > if he would be in deep trouble. In this case, he would also have been
    > in trouble if he had said the truth. Even if I strongly disagree with
    > that attitude, I unfortunately has to say that I can understand it.
    >
    >
    > [email protected] (roger xing) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > > This actually happened.
    > >
    > > He came 5 years ago, got a fake a green card, worked. When his
    > > interview comes for his petition he was approved. Now, he's just
    > > waiting for his real green card.
    > >
    > > How could this be? I thought BCIS is so strict. This blows me.
 

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