The first time she arrived by plane. The second time, she crossed the Mexican border (gave her finger prints at the border). She received immigration benefits from the Dream Act law. Is she eligible to apply for a green card based on her marriage to a U.S. citizen? Thanks.
There is no Dream Act. Assuming she received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the marriage to a citizen is a different matter altogether. Generally, people married to U.S. citizens can apply for green cards. She and her husband should meet with an immigration attorney in her area to discuss eligibility and procedures. Good luck.
Possibly, not enough information to give a definitive answer. Were both entries legal?
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Whether she can apply for a green card depends on if she entered the US legally. It would be best to bring all paperwork to an immigration attorney.
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I agree with my colleagues. If she entered the U.S. legally, then it is possible that she is eligible for adjusting her status. We need more information.
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