I did came to USA 8 years ago as ilegal, I met my fiance 4 years ago. We have two kids together and I do have one more girl from my previous marriage. We are getting married in this month. He is much older than I I'm 28 he is 53. I'm running my own business and paying my taxes for the last 3 years . I know I have to go out of the country but I'm afraid because my fiance have a problem sleeping and he can't take care of the kids. What is my possibly to get green card? If I do get qualified What can I do to minimize my time out of USA for the Perdon? how can I start my process? ThanksOf course we love each other we are living together for more than 3 years otherwise we we wouldn't Have kids
I'm assuming you came here by Coyote and not by a regular airline.
You may have more options since last Thursday and this isn't the place for details. Get married because you want to get married. And he should file an I-130. And make sure you have some good evidence that you were here last Thursday - and if you don't, then make some tomorrow - go to the dentist or doctor and book an appointment and ask them to give you a letter to say you came in to book an appointment... any evidence will do. You need some piece of paper that shows you are here this week.
You do have a good possibility. You will need help. And it won't be very fast. And you can minimize your time abroad. Good luck.
I think there are many private and could be more concerning issues here. These types of quetions/concerns should be discussed with your own immigration attorney. I strongly recommend that you talk to one in private and not on a public online board. There are many factors to be considered and things to be strategized.
What you need is a totality review to get you on a correct path.
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If you can prove that you are married for the right purposes (love, not the immigration benefit) then your husband can file an I-130 petition for you. You are correct that you will have to leave the U.S. because you entered unlawfully. You will also need a waiver for entering unlawfully but there are many other reasons that you may need a waiver. You need to talk with an immigration attorney to figure out what other complications may arise. This will be a complex case and its best if you have the assistance of an attorney.
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