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So long story short, I’m an international student and I’m in my last year a public university So proud of myself. Anyway I got suspended from school in 2017 For 8 months. School terminated my SEVIS In August of 2017. I didn’t leave the country as I was already married for two year and 4 months to a US citizen. I really didn’t know that I’m breaking any laws as I was beginning to file for my green card with my lawyer at that time where I Received An email from an ICE officer to talk about my status. I went to the meeting and I’ve told the officer that I’m about to file my papers. He still served me with the notice to appeal but me on deportation process. Since then I have gotten in trouble with the law. I have been convicted of driving without a driver license. And I was charged but not convinced of petit larceny giving Fails id to law enforcement. I have filed the i-130 and got approved. The I-485 is sent to USCIS however it’s gonna be filed in court hearing. What are the things that I should expect ? How long is the hearing going to be ( this is not the first hearing is it going to be like other hearings or is it going be only for me). What should I not say about my criminal record as the the petit larceny the record says (not guilty) but I got in to a program where I did 50 hours of Community service and I paid court fees and that was it. The false identity of law enforcement was completely drop because it was bs and I didn’t do it as the officer wrote my name wrong and after I give him my drivers license he tried to say that I lied. I’ve been married now for 5 years. How likely is it that I get deported based on this? I really wish to graduate and I wish to stay with my husband. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Also is being suspended from school is against immigration laws?

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