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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I have my friend who were separated to her husband and she was here since october but her visa is fiancee. Last january they filed for changed of status but before it was approved they were separated and her husband widrawn from the petition but she recieved the working visa right now..My question is she wants to file a waiver for her petition..Does she can do it or not?

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And what working visa?

Do you mean, she has her EAD but she hasn't adjusted status yet. If it's the EAD you are talking about then she received that as part of her adjustment of status, if she doesn't have any basis to petition on (and the only avenue she would have right now is VAWA if this is an adjustment of status based on a K1) then your friend will have to return home.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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What do you mean a waiver? waiver for what?

yes that is what i said to her to return home because she works right now but the problem is she dont ahve green card because her husband did not process i mean he processed but he widrawnwhen they have arguments..

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