Can I file for full custody of my child plus child support against his dad who is a citizen? I spend more time with my son he only watches him while I work (I only work part time because he doesn't want to work with me so we both work full time) and if he decides to take a trip I have to find a sitter.
Permanent residence does not expire, so what do you mean?
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One has really nothing to do with the other. Custody issues are dealth with in family court. The green card may expire on its face (the validity of it only) but that doesn't mean that your status as a permanent resident expires. You can have a valid card and commit and act which would be grounds for taking away your valid green card and getting you deported. I think you should re-file you question under family law.
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Do you have a conditional residency? If so, I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney to figure out what options you may have to file a late I-751. If you do not have conditional residency, you just need to file form I-90. Custody issues should be discussed with a family law attorney. Good luck.
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Permanent residency does not expire. Conditional residency does. Rephrase and re post your question.
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