So, at this point I have full agreement to what I said and do not see a reason to investigate it further.Also as a very fine point, if the asylee has been placed into deportation proceeding (for example, if the Asylum Office referred the case to the Immigration Court), the 180 day trigger arguably will not apply to her/him. But the one year trigger will.
No if one year inadmissibility was not triggered.Do I have to apply for a waiver?
So, at this point I have full agreement to what I said and do not see a reason to investigate it further.
No if one year inadmissibility was not triggered.
Guys, did I right understand that if I had unlawful status( out of status, F1 student - I dropped out school and applied for asylum in 191 days ) for me bar trigger not apply, because unlawful presence and out of status are different things ? Because my case was referred in Immigration Court and I received Notice to Appear about removal proceedings.
))) Thank you for advice, thakful. I got it. So what do you think - Will I have a problem with custom on the board when I gonna coming back in USA with a RTD?
Assuming for a second that the bar applies to you, they will almost certainly grant you an automatic waiver from the bar. They have granted thousands of these waivers in the last 15 years--no questions asked.
3. Asylees and refugees seeking adjustment of status. An asylee or refugee subject to the three- or ten-year bar can seek a waiver under INA § 209(c). The waiver is submitted on Form I-602, although USCIS retains the discretion to grant the waiver without the application.