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I was married to US Citizen. we apply for my greencard. then my I485 got denied because we didnt submit the evidence that they need. then i apply I290b and i got denied again. my husband abandoned me he is on his deployment he is military. he told me he want to divorce me. Im scared i dont know what to do now. whats gonna happen to me? my appeal denied what do

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Romania
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At this point, I don't think it's relevant how did she arrive here. If her husband doesn't want to sponsor her anymore and he wants a divorce- she can not adjust status and she needs to return in her home country. AOS in her case is based on marriage to a US citizen. Once the marriage doesn't exist anymore-there is no base for AOS.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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I was married to US Citizen. we apply for my greencard. then my I485 got denied because we didnt submit the evidence that they need. then i apply I290b and i got denied again. my husband abandoned me he is on his deployment he is military. he told me he want to divorce me. Im scared i dont know what to do now. whats gonna happen to me? my appeal denied what do

Sorry to hear of your problems. Unfortunately, If your husband no longer wishes to sponsor you, you may have to return to your home country. Where are you from?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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While the military can do nothing to assist you in obtaining a greencard, sorry but sounds like you will be going home....

the military member is responsible for supporting his wife and this concerns me since you said he abandoned you.Did you mean this in respect to he left you for his deployment or that he has totally refused to provide you with the essentials such as housing, money, etc.?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Haiti
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military member is not responsible to support her. he doesn't have to provide her with housing and money if he doesn't want her around anymore. sorry for what your going through

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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Actually so long as they are legally married the military spouse is required by the military to provide for his spouse. He is receiving a housing allowance or free housing for the purpose of his dependent. I am not referring to some sort of spousal support from family court I am referring to his obligation under the military to provide for his dependents. If he fails to do so for as long as they are legally married she can call his commanding officer and he will be in deep pookey. Once they are divorced the obligation ends as well as all additional money (housing allowance, family separation pay, etc.) that he is receiving now because he is married.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Haiti
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the thing is if he doesn't want her around then he can kick her out. all he has to do is give her a notice. technically it's not her money or her house. they take all your BAH away for housing and how do you know if he didn't have housing before he met her. I know they get extra money once they're married and that's only few hundred bucks. he doesn't have to give her money or food if he doesn't want to.. i understand this is an horrible situation but that's how it is.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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I refer you to US Army Regulation 608-99 paragraph 2-6. He as a member of the military cannot simply abandon her and this is my concern. Until the court's issue a support order if they decide to, he must provide her with some support. And that "few hundred dollars" depending on his rank and where they live could actually be around $1,000 which is paid to him only because he has a dependent to support. But I will not argue about it, just read the Army Regulations regarding dependent support.

Sadly this has little to do with the issue at hand since the OP no longer has any status in the US and must leave. I am simply trying to help her obtain perhaps a little support to aid her on her way.

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Filed: Timeline

I refer you to US Army Regulation 608-99 paragraph 2-6. He as a member of the military cannot simply abandon her and this is my concern. Until the court's issue a support order if they decide to, he must provide her with some support. And that "few hundred dollars" depending on his rank and where they live could actually be around $1,000 which is paid to him only because he has a dependent to support. But I will not argue about it, just read the Army Regulations regarding dependent support.

Sadly this has little to do with the issue at hand since the OP no longer has any status in the US and must leave. I am simply trying to help her obtain perhaps a little support to aid her on her way.

Exactly right. I have seen soldiers get in deep trouble while they were deployed and theirs wives complained about them not supporting them. Even if this relationship is going to end, he is still required to provide her some financial support till its final.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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military member is not responsible to support her. he doesn't have to provide her with housing and money if he doesn't want her around anymore. sorry for what your going through

absolutely wrong - they are married. he can be charged under the ucmj for not supporting his dependants - which is what the bah is for. he'll receive that until divorced.


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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If the marriage is over, then you need to return to your home-country. You cannot adjust your status without the co-operation of your husband who does sound like bit of a douche.


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12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

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