We had been in a long term relationship but now he's gone how ever he's promised me to sponsor me too after he gets a green card but dats 5 years n besides i dont think he can sponsor me because hes already married n I'm wondering if there is any other possible ways so i can join him or he can do to help me get there i just want to be able to see him everyday n support each other please help me !!
Unfortunately, I do not believe the immigration laws allow for sponsorship of a non-related applicant. You may want to consult with an immigration attorney, just to be safe.
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Unless he properly divorces his current spouse and marries you, I don't see how his relationship to you will help you with your immigration matters. You could try to apply for a visitor visa but the intent of that type of visa is to visit, not to immigrate. That being said, perhaps it is not a good idea to be waiting on someone who may or may not get divorced. I am sorry to have to ask this question as it may not seem very tactful but it is vitally important so I will pose it anyway: Are you sure he was serious and not merely using you, enjoying another woman while married? You should go ahead and live your life regardless of what he does. If it is meant to be, he will divorce and sponsor you, but be prepared that that may not happen, and try to live YOUR life in a way that makes you happy, hopefully with a new deserving relationship.
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