I have Conditional green card and my wife is willing apply for Divorce,when my Immigrant status have been changed??
I mean when she Applys or when the final decision from the court is going to change my immigrant status
we are married in California State
Employment / Labor Attorney
You need to remove the condition. If you guys are separated you can do it only after the divorce is final, provided the marriage was a real one.
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If you have a conditional green card, you have to file a Form I-751 two years after receiving the conditional card in order to receive a permanent card. Usually, the Form I-751 is jointly filed by both the husband and the wife. If, however, you and your wife are going to divorce, this becomes much more complicated. You need to see an immigration attorney to discuss your particular case, and the best way to proceed. I have seen many people who did the I-751 process incorrectly end up in deportation proceedings in Immigration Court. You want to make sure that you file the I-751 correctly in the first instance so that this does not happen.
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