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Hello everybody, i am new to this forum. I came to the US on a CR1. Me and my wife have been seperated due to some issues almost 7 months ago. I met this girl and fell in love with her. And now she is pregnant, and my divorce is stll going on. I wanna know if theres any way i can stay here in US , my CR1 expires in september.. and i dont wanna be away from my child. Would really appreciate your inputs thanks

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Do you mean that your Green Card expires in September?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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If you are divorced and it is final by the time your card expires you can petition on your on if you can prove a good faith marriage. If it isn't you will need your wife to file with you.


This will not be over quickly. You will not enjoy this.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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If you are divorced and it is final by the time your card expires you can petition on your on if you can prove a good faith marriage. If it isn't you will need your wife to file with you.

There's a 3rd option. He can file the I-751 on his own, asking for a waiver of the joint filing requirement based on good faith marriage that ended in divorce, and simply not include the divorce decree. USCIS policy now is to issue an RFE for the divorce decree when they get around to adjudicating the petition. This will buy him some time to get the final divorce decree without being out of status. If he doesn't get the final divorce decree in time to respond to the RFE, then he's probably going to end up in removal proceedings, but he can ask the immigration judge to postpone the hearing while he finishes his divorce. The judge will usually grant this request.


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