My cousin sister she live in New Jersey. She have a question regarding immigration. She filed her I-751 on Feb ’16 2013 and her finger print done on March’19 2013. On April 9, 2013 they get fight each other and she call the cops and file the report against him about harassment...then after she not live with her husband any more .now she wary about her immigration process .right now she live with her relative in same state .bec’z she live in new jersey as a law of that state she have to wait for 6 month before starting a divorce process.
Here is her question
1) She knows that she wants to amend her I-751 to make it an I-751 waiver to apply on her own. But question is when? during the 6 month time period or when divorce process start then
After the divorce is finalized.
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