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Shawna and James

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About Shawna and James

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 06/27/1983
  • Member # 87386

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Little Rock
  • State
    Arkansas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Country
    Canada
  • Our Story
    Our Personal Journey: 10/27/2008 - Met Husband playing World of Warcraft 01/29/2009 - Things started to turn romantic 03/12/2009 - Decided to meet, purchased first flight 05/07/2009 - Landed in Memphis, TN, and knew it was love. Visited for 12 days. 10/13/2009 - 2nd trip - 9 days 12/29/2009 - 3rd trip - 9 days. 12/31/2009 - He proposed! 03/19/2010 - Husband comes to Canada to meet my family for the first time! - 9 days 03/25/2010 -Married! 05/11/2010 - Husband comes back to visit - planning our wedding celebration in October! - 9 days 08/17/2010 - Husband comes to visit for our Stag and Doe. - 8 days :( 10/13/2010 - Husband, Family, Friends arrive for our ceremony -12 days! 10/16/2010 - Celebration with Friends and Family! 11/16/2010 - I arrive in Little Rock, AR to visit with my Husband for the Holidays! 03/02/2011 - Arrive back in Canada :( 05/03/2011 - Arrive in Little Rock, AR to see my hubby Graduate!!

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  1. First off, if this is the wrong place, I'm sorry! I am a green card holder. I came to the US on a CR-1 visa and my husband and I have been married almost 8 years. We are divorcing and agree on most of the division of assets, but he is refusing support. I go to school 30 hours a week and working part time. Some months I'm lucky to bring home $400 because I'm a manicurist and my work is commission based. Clearly I cannot support myself. I know he is legally obligated to support me at 125% of the poverty line until I've worked 40 quarters or become a citizen. My question is, how can I go about enforcing this? One divorce lawyer I talked to said it has nothing to do with the divorce and that I would have to address that separately? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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