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Answered 12 months ago.
Then you will need to find a co-sponsor.
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Answered over 1 year ago.
This is not a place for rants, particularly when they are not only not based on facts, but merely based on prejudice.
Answered about 2 years ago.
Depends on whether you can prove that you entered into the marriage in good faith and not just to get a green card.
Answered almost 2 years ago.
You can apply anytime after you meet all the requirements. There is no requirement that you naturalize
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Answered 9 months ago.
Depends on whether you have the permanent card or only the conditional one, and on the evidence you have that you entered into the marriage in good faith.
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Because that is what Congress decided.
Sounds like unauthorized practice of law to me.
Only if they did not age out pursuant to CSPA and the principal is or has applied for legal permanent residence.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
USCIS does not act fast.
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Answered 11 months ago.
Completely up to you