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PUBLIC’S QUESTION: I am already at the stage of FINAL ORDER DEPORTATION I want to leave the country voluntarily for good how can I do it?
Asked 1 day ago – Saint Paul, MN
Practice area: Immigration

I am already at the stage of FINAL ORDER DEPORTATION I want to leave the country voluntarily how can I do it?

And Yes, I had already tried talking to immigration Services to see what I need to do but they say that I can’t leave.

I have been ordered deported since of 1997 and have been on final order deportation long ago.

I report to INS every month and since of 1999 and I am really tire of it now.. I have no rights, can’t travel, can’t do anything knowing that INS can still deport me back to Laos any day. Now I want to volunteer by leaving on my own accord. Can someone HELP me.

I have consulted a several immigration lawyers already (7) It all lead me to they can’t help or don’t know what else to do.

ANSWER:

Reputation Level 3

Answered 1 day ago. Immigration Attorney in Miami, FL.
Your situation appears to be one of those unfortunately frusturating circumstances that may require a dedicated local immigration attorney. You may wish to contact the local pro bono attorney project to help connect you with free or low cost attorney services, if money is a prohibiting factor. If there is a law school near you, you may wish to contact the law school to determine if it has an immigration clinic that may wish to address your question.However, without being familiar with the exact details of your case and the series of events that led to your current situation, it would be quite difficult to provide a more helpful answer.
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