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If I have an order of removal or deportation and I have since married a United States citizen, will I still be removed or deported?
Camille Sebreth

If you get married to a United States Citizen after you have been informed that you have an order of removal or deportation order, you will need to seek a motion to have your case reopened your removal proceeding to suspend or eliminate the removal or deportation order while you seek legal residency. Keep in mind that because you married a United States Citizen after the order of removal or deportation, there may be further investigation into the circumstances of the marriage. If the marriage is deemed legitimate and without intent to commit marital fraud in order to stay in the United States, having the order of removal or deportation may be possible. If the Government determines that intent to commit marital fraud does exist, the order of removal or deportation will be carried out.

Answer Provided By Camille Sebreth / Orlando, FL Immigration Attorney

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