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Hi! What happens if I mortgage a home in US and then go through a voluntary deportation? Can I come back to visit my property? Can I sell or rent it?

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 02nd, 2017 on Immigration - Florida
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I am an asylum applicant and my case have not been reviewed forever now. Is it possible to secure my entry back in the US if I own a real estate object here and I go through a voluntary deportation? Thanks in advance!
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Answered on Apr 03rd, 2017 at 12:25 PM

First, cojnsult with your immigration lawyer. Icannot advise you if you're represnted by an attorney. I can say it would be difficult for you to qualify for a home purchase and mortgage without U.S. permanent residency or citizenship. Next, I am assuming you are in removal/deportation proceedings - you need an attorney who can debrief and brief you in order to answer your Q about returning to USA.

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