I've been married for 5 months to a us citizen, but i haven't told the agency as yet. I was planning on finishing up my year with the family and there's 3 months left until my term is up. I've recently decided to file my papers for my green card. I was wondering if telling the au pair that im married and leaving the program will affect my status while filing my papers?
Do you have J visa? Being simply married is not a problem, leaving a program will put you out of status, but then you will be filing for adjustment. Please consult with immigration attorney who will look at your visa and all supporting documents.
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You will not need it anymore if your spouse petitions for you
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Your status is only effected if you leave the program. Once you leave the program you will be out of status. However, as you are married to a US citizen you can apply for your green card immediately. An immigration attorney can help you in your application process.
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