Im getting divorce from my husband ( I have a green card because of him), however now I fall in love with somebody else....Can i marry my illegal partner after I get divorce with my current husband? And how long we have to wait for him to get papers? I have the 10 years green card....
You can get married but it is questionable if he will get a green card. It depends on many things such as, did he enter without being inspected and admitted or paroled? You also have to be a US citizen or Cuban, otherwise he has to go back to his country and apply for a waiver which will take a long time.
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You can divorce your husband and marry someone else.. as to his papers, it will depend on how soon after you got your green card you would like to file for your new partner. Also, he might need a waiver...
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You can typically marry anyone that you want after you get divorced. You may want to check local law to see if there is a waiting period after the divorce before you marry again. I suggest that you speak with an experienced family law attorney before proceding. But, you should not be in danger of losing you Legal Permanent Status because of the divorce. How long before you can get papers for your prospective husband depends on many details that cannot be addressed in this forum. I recommend that you speak to an experienced immigration attorney in your area.
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Answer to your question requires details you did not provide. For instance, whether you hold a conditional or permeant green card; what illegal means in your book; was your marriage bona fide, just to name a few.
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It depends on the facts of your situations. Do consult an experienced Immigration Attorney for guidance.
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More information is needed to properly evaluate. Contact one of the immigration lawyers in your state above to investigate.