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Reasons for getting deported from USA.

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I came to the US with my wife and a 2 year old daughter. My son was born in USA and he is an American Citizen. I came to US for a visit on a visit Visa. My friend told me that USA government has filed a case to deport me. I need some help so as to avoid getting deported by the US government.

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  1. Harry

    There are many reasons that people get deported from the United States. If for instance someone happens to be an American Visa holder, and wishes to enter the American territory, he or she will be asked the purpose of visit before entering. If the inspection authorities find out or come to know that the reasons stated are wrong, fake or not true, the person will not be allowed entry into the U.S. Such people are usually either asked to take back their applications for admission into the U.S. or are straight away denied entry into the U.S. and are asked to quit the American territory with immediate effect. Besides, the other most common reasons for deportation in the United States is that, when a person enters USA legally on Visa, but does not have all the necessary documentation, thus keeps on living on even when the visa is expired. In such cases that person is immediately sent back to the native country. It should be made sure that the entry documents are complete and nothing important missing. The best way to avoid embarrassment of getting deported from the U.S is to get your entry documents checked from a lawyer, incase there is any problem, follow the legal procedures so as to fulfill formal entry document requirement.

  2. Mitchel

     Following are the reasons, why some people are deported from the United States of America:
    If you are an American Visa holder, and wish to enter the American territory, you will be asked for your purpose of visit, if the inspection authorities find your reasons for entering America, ambiguous, and suspicious. You will not be allowed entry into the U.S. Such individuals are generally either asked to take back their applications for admission into the U.S. or are straight away denied entry into the U.S. and are asked to leave the American territory immediately. One of the most common reasons, for deportation in the United States is that, when a person enters USA legally on Visa, but has inadequate documentation, and keeps on living on expired visa. In such cases that person is immediately sent back to his native country. Make sure that your entry documents are complete, and you are not missing any important paper. Get your entry documents check from a lawyer, and if there is any problem follow the legal procedures, to fulfill formal entry document requirement. So that you are saved from the embarrassment of deportation from America.

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