hello, i want to know i was on h4 dependent visa a year ago because my dad got laid off the job so therefore now i am out of status but i want to marry a guy who is not a citizen but he works in a good company. He has H1 visa to legally work and stay here in US. I was thinking is there anyway i could get my status back after marrying him, since he got H1 visa can i be in H4 dependent visa again. If not then what i can probably do? i am right now going to school and will be graduating from engineering school in 2 years. I seriously need an effective help and a complete answer about it... that what should i do about it?... i dont want to leave him... but i need to get back into status...what if his employer offers him a green card in a year?
You might have problems. You should talk to an immigration attorney who will probably advise you on the pros/cons of leaving & getting a new visa to come back.
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HOw old are you? How long have you been out of status? These are key factors
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Not without leaving the US. However, if you have been out of status for at least 180 days after your 18th birthday, if you leave the US, you will trigger a bar from returning.
You really need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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