I got my permanent residency on February 20, 2015 I am getting divorce, it's been 2 years with 3 months since I got my green card, my divorce is on June 26, 2017, the green card expiration is 2025
No. Don't worry. Since it is the "permanent" green card you obtained on Feb. 25, 2015, your permanent Lawful US Resident status will not be affected in any way, shape or form in the aftermath of a divorce.
The only thing that will change is the years you'll have to wait before becoming eligible to apply for citizenship. When no longer married to a US citizen, you will only become eligible to apply for Naturalization under the " 5 year rule", which means will be able to only apply within 4 years and 9 months from the effective date found on your "green card".See question
I had a criminal record, which was expunged. One letter in my first name was misspelled. Do I have to mention about this expungement when I apply for a green card.
Yes, you have to disclose the arrest and provide the court papers to USCIS. Expungements do not count for immigration purposes. Contact an immigration lawyer in person.See question
My wife doesn't want to live with me anymore.She don't love and care me,makes me maid all the time. I think she has another love affair or relation I think she just got married with me for US visa and Green Card
"Can I cancel or stop I130 visa process of my wife?" Yes, as long as a Form I-485 AOS filed by your wife has not been adjudicated yet by USCIS. If that is the case, and/or wife did not yet get to file for AOS, you can "withdraw" that I-130 by notifying USCIS in writing, even if previously approved.
I am assuming you are a green card holder and not a US citizen.See question
I have been married and still married to my wife for 6 years now. We have two kids and have been living together ever since. I have no criminal record. Filed all of our taxes. I have had my green card for a year and a few months. Can I go ahead an...
If married to a US Citizen, you will become eligible to apply for Naturalization exactly within 2 years and 9 months from the "'effective date" found on your "green card". No sooner than that.See question
my mom petition for me in march of 2009 as unmarried son (over 21 years ) of LPR and my priority date is march of 2009.My mother became a U.S citizen in 2013 . I got married to U.S citizen on 11/28/2016. My wife's petition I-130 for me and I lat...
Your mom's petition on your behalf got automatically "cancelled", by "operation of law", the moment you got married. Period. It is now based on the petition filed by your US citizen wife (and I assume the I-485 filed by you) that you are going to be interviewed by USCIS on June 2nd.See question
I am from Bangladesh. My sister applied for me in 2007 then when exactly I can go USA
You've got a good 3-5 years more to wait, depending on how fast the "priority dates" on the Family F-4 category move every month.
You can check the movement of sibling's petitions every month below, "Visa Bulletin" published monthly every month by DOS:
A Company from US has applied for H1B. I got H1B approval notice (I-797) and also VISA stamped in Jan’17 which is valid till 2019. Now Company is unable to find suitable project for me. Till date I have not joined the employer as I am in India. So...
This is a good question to pose to the lawyer of a new "employer" willing to sponsor you for an H-1B, once you find one.. Surely the lawyer(s) of that employer will know how what to do and how to guide you..See question
I entered the U.S. on a J1 visa and I will get married to a U.S. citizen in June. Subsequently, my spouse will file form I-130. I am German and I am not subject to the two-year home-country physical presence requirement. Here is where I need advis...
You will not be able to extend your J-1 visa once married to a US citizen and she files an I-130 petition on your behalf, since J-1 requires maintaining "non-immigrant intent."
You seem to be confused. Once married to a USC and he/she sponsors you for a "green card" then you are eligible to not only having an I-130 petition being filed on your behalf, but you are also entitled to concurrently file the I-485 "Adjustment of Status" package of Forms, including an Advance Parole travel document. Make sure to consult with and work with an attorney from the get go, to avoid any mistakes or miscalculations which will each set you aback by months at a time and could get you deported.See question
After I graduated, I got married in July 2016 to my husband who is a permanent resident. I have been on OPT this year and my F-1 visa expired in December 2016, so I can renew my F-1 visa for my master's studies. The I-130 petition is approved but ...
Renewing your F-1 visa "at home" WILL in all likelihood require "face-to-face interview', and even if it will not, your visa application will still be in all likelihood denied due to the "immigrant intent" of that approved I-130 immigrant petition which will be imputed on you. F-1 requires maintaining a "non-immigrant intent", which you lost, as soon as that I-130 petition was filed on your behalf by a spouse living in the US.See question
I want to start a green card process with my husband but it comes with lots of concerns. I and my husband are doing long distance since we got marriage. I'm attending school at Utah while he is working in Louisiana. He has not get a job that he li...
Why do you think you could get denied and seek to remarry, if this marriage you are into now is genuine?See question