TNT sa U.S. asawa, tago ng tago, illegal immigration, tourist visa

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Ganito po ang sitwasyon, mag-asawa na pumunta ng US with tourist visa. Yung lalaki bumalik ng Pilipinas pagkaraan ng ilang buwan pero yung babae nagdesisyon na magpatira sa US at mag-TNT (US citizens ang pamilya ng babae). Ang tanong po ay hindi ba magkakaproblema yung asawang lalaki kung babalik siya sa US ulit gamit ay tourist visa? Walang balak kasi ang lalaki manatili sa US kaya magpapabalik-balik na lang siya. Mahaharang ba sya sa port of entry?


Question: A married couple went to the United States using tourist visa. The husband went back to the Philippines after a few months, but the wife decided to illegaly overstay in the U.S. (the parents of the wife are U.S. citizens), become illegal immigrant. The question is, would there be any problems if the husband goes back to the United States using tourist visa? He does not have any plans of staying in the US, so he would just be going back and forth. But would he be blocked or denied entry at the port of entry?

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Adelaimar C Arias-Jose
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Kung ang lalaki ay pumunta sa US nang naka-tourist visa at bumalik siya sa Pinas habang valid pa ang kanyang US tourist visa, there really is no reason kung bakit siya ay ide-deny sa port of entry.

Sa totoo, the fact na pumunta siya doon noon as tourist, tapos bumalik sa Pinas at ngayon ay magtu-tourist ulit ay proof na may mga ties siya sa Pinas sukat na babalik siya.

Ngayon lang, humanda siya na kung sakaling tatanungin siya patungkol sa wife niya. Kasi, baka lumabas ito sa data ng immigration. Isipin na niya kung ano ang kuwento niyang ibibigay. Pero, siya, personally, wala namang issue siguro sa port of entry sa kanya mismo. At least, iyan ay based sa iilang facts na iyong ibinigay dito sa post mo.

For more information, may-browse kayo sa mga US Immigration websites para magka-information kayo, o kaya, bakit hindi komunsulta sa mga US Immigration lawyers?
Bill Amante
is in Bahrain
Atty. Makaka apekto ba kung isang tao may b1/b2 holder habang at naka file ang petiton sa u.s kung sakali pupunta sa mga kamaganak at kaibigan u.s

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Adelaimar C Arias-Jose

I am a graduate of the UP College of Law. Member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines since 1995. I am currently involved in private practice in criminal, civil and labor law.
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