I came in Usa legaly on f1 visa, got fullscholarship playing soccer for college. My couch left, new coach came and he brought all new players, he didnt offer me a schollarship for one more year i didnt have money to pay for school so i just didnt go anymore. So my visa has expired in June 2011, but i married my girlfriend she is an american citizen in August 2012.We been together for more than a year. Can i still get a green card or i need to leave my wife and country ? All my friends told me once you are out of status you can not get green card :( all amswers will help me. Thanks
Assuming there are no other issues and your marriage is a good faith marriage, you can obtain your green card through your US citzen wife. Please consut with a lawyer.
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Because you entered legally, you might qualify to adjust your status here, without having to leave the country first. Like my colleague said, this is assuming there are no other issues in your case. It's important to consult with an immigration lawyer before doing anything.
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If you are married to a US citizen and meet all of the other requirements you should be ok. Make sure you work with an attorney, as these applications are extremely complex. My firm handles such cases in NY.
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