Immigration Lawyer question. I am an Australian citizen who has married my girlfriend of 2 years in USA whilst under ESTA vwp. I am a professional financial consultant over 10 years in Australia. I wish to stay in USA and live with her to comply with Australian law showing joint residency of 1 year. What are my visa codes options.
What is her status in the USA?
Talking to a lawyer is a good idea ESTA is a 'dangerous' non-visa classification.
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Cannot be determined on the scant facts posted.
The Court of Appeals for the Eigth Circuit has stated that "immigration laws and precedents are complex."
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i have no idea what visa codes you are talking about. To begin, it would be a good idea to disclose whether your girlfriend has any connection to the United States.
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