Asked 3 months ago - Flagstaff, AZFlag
i already had my biometric appointment taken and my case is now on initial review
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Please consult with an attorney to discuss the specifics of your case. Yes, your husband can tell immigration anything he'd like. However, you must protect your rights and if you entered into the marriage in good faith and the marriage was bona fide when you married, you can apply for a waiver of the requirement that your husband file the I-751 with you. Your question is very case specific. It is imperative you consult with an immigration attorney to protect your legal status in the United States.
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