I was Divorced in 2007 by US Citizen, I was RE-married in 2009 to a Green card holder, while my I-751 was still not denied, but in may 2010 USCIS denied my I-751, I have a child now with my present marriage. My driver's license is getting expired next month and DPS in Tx needs Green Card to be able to renew.. which i donot have... What should I do.. this is going to put terrible hardship on me & my family. Please suggest me what can I do. ( My Wife is here in US since sept 2007, We're planning to apply for US Citizenship for her asap)The Reason for denial is -USCIS was not satisfied to approve the marriage was on Good faith despite all the photographs & dvds of more than 1000 people joinning the Religious wedding ceremony in Church & a Marriage certificate from the bishop who conducted the marriage. Unfortunately my Ex wife didnt want any Joint Account or anything with my name with hers... There was No genuine reason for divorce other than her Unfaithfulness & I was cornered with only one option DIVORCE.
You will want to set a consultation with an immigration attorney to fully review your situation and options. You can likely work something out, but the reasons for the I-751 denial will be a very important factor.
It depends on the reasons for the I-751 denial.
You need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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The I-751 is the key. Consult with an immigration lawyers with the decision denying the I-751 to learn what can be done for your situation.
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