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I have a friend who is now based in Ohio. She just recently came here in the US.

Questions are;

a. her fiance (husband now) had been laid off a week before her arrival and now still searching for job; her husband claimed for unemployment and so he is now receiving weekly benefit.. she asked if it will affect her status?

b. they got married just a few days ago : you think they can apply for the AOS right away? the husband now is still searching for the job, she said he had already filed his Income Tax this year. They had her mother in law a co- sponsor. You think guys they are not going to have a trouble for the AOS?

I really don't have any idea about this..I'm hoping I can answer her soon. Thanks!

Her name is Kristine.


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