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Dear friend,

Pls. help us what are the best thing to do.

This is all about my friend, after she received her greencard she left her husband because of many reasons and she dont like anymore and no more feelings. Then she found a good guy and live with him. Do you think they can continue to process the papers and how? We need your opinion. Thank you

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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assume 2 year card, yes?

assume divorce already, yes?

The next step for her is the ROC - is possible she can file for ROC without her original USC husband's involvement - but she needs to be pro-active with the paperwork. She'll also need to prove up that the marriage was entered into in good faith, and show proof of bonafide relationship (on original USC spouse).

The 'next guy' in the USA doesn't matter for her to file ROC, at all.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Dear friend,

Pls. help us what are the best thing to do.

This is all about my friend, after she received her greencard she left her husband because of many reasons and she dont like anymore and no more feelings. Then she found a good guy and live with him. Do you think they can continue to process the papers and how? We need your opinion. Thank you

We can't answer the question without knowing the details, and you've told us practically nothing. Did she get her green card based on her marriage to her husband? Is it a conditional or unconditional green card? Has she divorced her husband yet? What sort of visa did she come to the US with? How long has she been married to her husband? How long after she got her green card did she leave her husband? What country is she from?

Seriously, if you want an educated answer you need to provide detailed background information.


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