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hey guys.......

I have friend , he has B1/B2 10 years visitor visa, he is here in usa, he met somebody here in usa and wants get married, but the problem is his girlfriend has green card, and 3 more years to get citizenship.

1.....so my question is if they get married,can her spouse apply for green card or work permit or not.......so he has to go back and wait for her ctizenship.

2....as she is RN nurse ,she got her green card on basis of direct nurse basis, she can apply for citizenship after 5 years, still 3 more years.

so what they have to do.......

thanks in advance......


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You already asked this in another subforum - your friend can marry but he can not stay or get the work authorization. He has to go back to his home country and wait - typical wait time for LPR I-130 petition is 5 years. If his wife in the meantime becomes a USC she can update the petition and he will get in sooner.

Again, he can marry but has got to go home - he can not stay.


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You already asked this in another subforum - your friend can marry but he can not stay or get the work authorization. He has to go back to his home country and wait - typical wait time for LPR I-130 petition is 5 years. If his wife in the meantime becomes a USC she can update the petition and he will get in sooner.

Again, he can marry but has got to go home - he can not stay.

WRONG! The person can adjust directly from a B1/B2 if he marries the citizen. There is no going back. Laso he can get his work auth. , advance parole for travel before the AOS is approved.

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You already asked this in another subforum - your friend can marry but he can not stay or get the work authorization. He has to go back to his home country and wait - typical wait time for LPR I-130 petition is 5 years. If his wife in the meantime becomes a USC she can update the petition and he will get in sooner.

Again, he can marry but has got to go home - he can not stay.

WRONG! The person can adjust directly from a B1/B2 if he marries the citizen. There is no going back. Laso he can get his work auth. , advance parole for travel before the AOS is approved.

Person is marrying a permanent resident, not a citizen. So milimelo is right.

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You already asked this in another subforum - your friend can marry but he can not stay or get the work authorization. He has to go back to his home country and wait - typical wait time for LPR I-130 petition is 5 years. If his wife in the meantime becomes a USC she can update the petition and he will get in sooner.

Again, he can marry but has got to go home - he can not stay.

WRONG! The person can adjust directly from a B1/B2 if he marries the citizen. There is no going back. Laso he can get his work auth. , advance parole for travel before the AOS is approved.

Please but please, do READ the first post first before jumping in and answering wrongly.


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Hope in the future try to post the question just once, when someone knows the answer they will get back to you, if you think it is taking too long go into the same post and add a reply saying Bump. You posted this question 4 times

#1 Answer by a very experienced VJ'er

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and this makes 4 The first ansswer by aaron was spot on as are the rest of the answers. He has to go back to his country or risk deportation...

hey guys.......

I have friend , he has B1/B2 10 years visitor visa, he is here in usa, he met somebody here in usa and wants get married, but the problem is his girlfriend has green card, and 3 more years to get citizenship.

1.....so my question is if they get married,can her spouse apply for green card or work permit or not.......so he has to go back and wait for her ctizenship.

2....as she is RN nurse ,she got her green card on basis of direct nurse basis, she can apply for citizenship after 5 years, still 3 more years.

so what they have to do.......

thanks in advance......


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My Saga includes 2 step sons
USC Married 4/2007 Colombian on overstay since 2001 of B1/B2 visa
Applied 5/2007 Approved GC in Hand 10/2007
I-751 mailed 6/30/09 aapproved 11/7/09 The BOYS I-751 Mailed 12/29/09 3/23/10 Email approval for 17 CR 3/27/10
4/14/10 Email approval for 13 yr Old CR 4/23/10

Oldest son now 21 I-130 filed by LPR dad ( as per NVC CSPA is applying here )
I-130 approved 2/24
Priority date 12/6/2007
4/6/2010 letter from NVC arrives to son dated 3/4/2010
5/4/10 received AOS and DS3032 via email
9/22/10 Interview BOG Passed
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