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My boyfriend is being deported to Poland because his US visa expired, help needed


worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #1
plz help!
my boyfriend has an expired visa and there trying to send him back..hes in jail right now and immigration is holding him ..i cant bail him out and im afraid im never gonna see him again

expired visa..want to stay in the us
pgtx 30 | 3,156
9 Feb 2010 #2
hes in jail right now and immigration is holding him ..

did you contact his lawyer...?
Nathan 18 | 1,363
9 Feb 2010 #3
Sorry to hear that. Don't give up, just try to contact an immigration lawyer and demand a court hearing.
tygrys 3 | 295
9 Feb 2010 #4
You can marry him and adjust his status.
Since he overstayed his visa he won't be able to come back for at least 10 years.
But this just proves that the US is cracking down on illegals who overstay their visas
pgtx 30 | 3,156
9 Feb 2010 #5
You can marry him and adjust his status.

it's too late for that now... he will get deported if a lawyer doesn't help...

immigration institution is very complicated in its simplicity...
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #6
But this just proves that the US is cracking down on illegals who overstay their visas

yeah, I wish some of these guys (convex, ironside etc) from the other thread would join us now to see what's going on.

To worried

Anyway, your best bet is really to contact some lawyer. I personally don't believe it will help much but at least you'll try to help him. Marriage is also an option but since he's already in custody it might be too late for it too.
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #7
well ive been on this comp 4 hrs..and theres a couple things
i can file for a( petition for alien fiance ) that gets him 90 days ..but its complicated..ive ben reading cases and if he outstayed his visa they look down on that..and im not sure i wanna marry..if i dont theyll find him jus by looking 4 me..maybe pay somone else 2 do it? ikd...
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #8
Whatever you'll file for it's gonna cost you some serious bucks and there's a question if in this situation, where he's already in custody if it's worth it because I'll be very honest with you, I believe it's too late now. Sorry about that but that's the way it looks like.
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #9
that hurts me so deeply just 2 think that..they cant just rip him from me like that..ive been reading cases and yea it costs $500 jus 4 the app to file..what is the prisons like in poland? hes goin ther next..
sledz 23 | 2,250
9 Feb 2010 #10
I know this girl that overstayed her visa for over 4 years then went back to Poland for family reasons, and now she cant come back to the US for 10 years.

outstayed his visa they look down on that.

Thats pretty much guaranteed a deportation, It might be too late even for an attorney?

Whatever you'll file for it's gonna cost you some serious bucks

And lots of red tape

worried
what is the prisons like in poland? hes goin ther next..

Na, they wont do nothing to him,, I never heard of that happening:)
pgtx 30 | 3,156
9 Feb 2010 #11
they cant just rip him from me like that..

wake up girl...

It might be too late even for an attorney?

yeah... they might give him to sign papers where he admits to everything and then even God won't help him...
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #12
yea i know..so i jus have been telling him 2 pick a place to live and ill meet him ther..what is the polish prison like..i think he was in trouble when he came here
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #13
i think he was in trouble when he came here

Well, I believe he's in the world of sh*t then.
sledz 23 | 2,250
9 Feb 2010 #14
yeah... they might give him to sign papers where he admits to everything and then even God won't help him..

Im sure they probably would try that right away, trick him into signing something.

think he was in trouble when he came here

Maybe its for the better before he gets you into trouble, how long have you known this guy its seems hes hiding something from the past???
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #15
how bad? if he has a issue over there n gets deported..do the polish police meet him at the airport..i dont really know how it works..i wanna know whats gonna happen 2 him..ive heard about forien prisons ..whats the polish one like?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
9 Feb 2010 #16
i think he was in trouble when he came here

in Polish jail they will have their way with him... that's all...
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #17
r u all in poland..or us?
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #18
do the polish police meet him at the airport.

I don't know how it works in Poland but I guess it all depends what kind of crime he committed in Poland.

I used to teach in Poland for a while but I'm back home now.
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #19
oh i thought that u were in poland..i have my auto trans on..ive been looking for polish books 2 buy for him
sledz 23 | 2,250
9 Feb 2010 #20
in Polish jail they will have their way with him... that's all...

Ewwwwwwwwww that doesnt sound like fun:(

do the polish police meet him at the airport.

I guess it would depend on the severity of the crime, its sounds like hes got himself in a bit of a jam for sure...
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #21
Ewwwwwwwwww that dont sound like fun:(

well, for some of them it must be since they keep going back to prison all the time LOLOLOL

sorry about that worried
OP worried 1 | 7
9 Feb 2010 #22
yea well thanks for your help neway..
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f stop 25 | 2,513
9 Feb 2010 #23
what is his crime? Can you possibly spin it into asylum request? It may buy him some time?
RonWest 3 | 120
9 Feb 2010 #24
Don't do anything stupid to attract unwanted attention. Keep your nose clean and your mouth shut.

what is the polish prison like..i think he was in trouble when he came here

Stick a fork in him..he's done.
beckski 12 | 1,617
9 Feb 2010 #25
..ive been looking for polish books 2 buy for him

Looks like he'll have plenty of leisure time for reading.
mafketis 30 | 9,529
9 Feb 2010 #26
expired visa..want to stay in the us

1. Go back where you came from and go through the legal steps to emigrate to the US (or get a visa that will allow you to stay longer)

2. Try to convince US immigration that you're Mexican, change your name to Covalsquez or Gonzalska.

3. Go elsewhere looking for sympathy in your endeavor to break the law to suit your whims. By overstaying your visa, you're subverting everything that built what you find so attractive. US culture is founded on people OBEYING THE LAW, WHETHER THEY LIKE IT OR NOT!!!! It's not based on just doing whatever you want to do.

My sympathy guage is on ........ minus 2.
Moonlighting 31 | 234
9 Feb 2010 #27
My sympathy guage is on ........ minus 2

It's very high. Mine is on "electric chair stand-by" ;-)

Worried. Don't do anything stupid and don't ever try to use somebody to stay, if you have some morals. Respect the country you pretend to like.

And I'm taking the opportunity to quote a story that happened to my ex-(Polish) girlfriend. She was legally working as a doctor for 2 years in the U.S. a few years ago. She met a Polish guy there and thought that she had found the man of her life, expecting them to get married and have children, happily going to church every sunday together. But he found himself in an illegal situation (probably expired visa). He wanted so badly to stay in the U.S. that he met an American girl of Brazilian origin which he married after 3 months, dumping the Polish girl straight away (but telling her he still wanted to have sex with her on the side because she was the one he loved). The poor girl was so devastated and just got back to her mother in Poland, with an emotional shock from which, I suspect, she never fully recovered, and a complete distrust in men.

Some people are just ready to do anything to stay in the so great America :-/ It's disgusting.
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #28
She met a Polish guy there and thought that she had found the man of her life

Did she do it while she was your gf? If you don't mind to answer it.
Moonlighting 31 | 234
9 Feb 2010 #29
No, it was a few years before we met. Sorry if the way I wrote it was not clear. She was with the Pole and expected him to become the man of her life, so she fully trusted him.
matteroftaste
9 Feb 2010 #30
oh OK, thanks man. I thought maybe she used you or something.
have a good 1


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