i cam here with fiance visa we got married after my 2 months of staying in u.s my fiance visa already expired a couple months ago and my passport expired just a week ago and now we decided to get a greencard, can i still get a green card even if my passport already expired i need an advice asap please.
1. "can i still get a green card even if my passport already expired?" Yes, of course you can. A valid passport is not a requirement for "marriage-based green card eligibility".
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Yes you can apply even if passport expired. Of course you will later want to renew your passport if you intend to travel in the future.
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