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She needs an Advance Parole to come back into the U.S. after starting the GC process. If she leaves without it, she will be stuck outside for 6 to 9 months because they aren't allowed to let her back in on an ESTA Visa Waiver since she has immigrant intent. When was the I-485 filed for her?
You have to ask if an I-131 Advance Parole was also filed. That will take around 3 to 5 months to get an approval. She cannot travel until the Advance Parole is approved or as I said, she would abandon the I-485 and would get stuck outside of the U.S. for 6 to 9 months or more. So maybe by November or December she will have the Advance Parole. They can try to expedite it, but it is not easy. Here are two links:
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Most likely because she is already inside of the U.S. and to get in she would have had to have had permission from you. Immigration should ask for evidence that you have consented to her immigrating. If you like, you can report to them that you have not given permission for this. You can call the USCIS Customer Service number at 1-***-***-**** to report it and instructions from there.
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If there is no final order from a court granting permission to immigrate and there is only a temporary order allowing for visitations to the U.S., the yes, you can stop the green card process and USCIS will require a court order from a judge with jurisdiction over the case in order to approve the green card. If the green card was already approved, it could be revoked.
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Well, they will investigate for other fraud in the case to see if there is something that they can deny him for, maybe some other fraud or misrepresentation. If there is none, then his case could proceed as normal. As far as your daughter's process, if you revoke consent, then they are not supposed to approve it. Your ex would have to get a court order granting custody and permission to move forward with the immigration process for your daughter. As far as your daughter visiting, she probably will not be able to once the immigrant process is stared because one is supposed to have non-immigrant intent to use the visitor visas. And as far as contacting USCIS, it is probably better to have the application numbers and such, but they may be able to locate the file with other information that you give.
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They aren't supposed to. If you send a written letter signed and notarized that you are NOT giving consent, that should prevent USCIS from granting final approval of the green card, but you should also get a court order as well enjoining USCIS from approving the green card. So I would contact the family court judge and get an order as quickly as possible.
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