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i have bionetric app in 2 weeks but i wanna leave this country

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we have been married since march with K1 visa

and i file my AOS on april 30

2 more weeks i have my biomatrics appoitment

but it doesnt matter anymore

i wanna leave this country ASAP

we find out that we are no longer in the same path

we just have different opinion , and we just find out now

i wanna go back to my country

my question is, what should i do?

should i report to immigration or what?

because before i leave here i wanna everything clear in here

because our file already in uscis, my husband worried that

it will affect him in here because i wanna leave

and soon we gonna divorce

i need a help, what should i do

its no problem for me leaving this country

but i dont want my husband getting trouble because of

we filling my AOS

he just worried

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File for divorce then go together to the USCIS office and tell them you'd like to cancel your AOS and will be returning to your home country upon completion of divorce. Remember, as long as you're still married you're not "out of status" and can remain in the U.S. indefinitely. Once you're divorced, you'll have to leave right away.

All that aside..... and this is just me on the outside looking in......

It sounds like you at least care about your husband a little bit. I know it's a very hard time between K-1 and AOS and divorce may seem like the right thing to do. But, you guys went through all that hassle to get the K-1 and get married.... why not try to wait it out a little bit? Sometimes the "for better" comes after the "for worse."

Why not try to get your AOS and say, in six months, if you still want to get a divorce then do it?


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Topic moved from OFF TOPIC to EFFECTS OF MAJOR FAMILY CHANGES ON IMMIGRATION BENEFITS.


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

It gets harder the more you know. Because the more you find out, the uglier everything seems.

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File for divorce then go together to the USCIS office and tell them you'd like to cancel your AOS and will be returning to your home country upon completion of divorce. Remember, as long as you're still married you're not "out of status" and can remain in the U.S. indefinitely. Once you're divorced, you'll have to leave right away.

All that aside..... and this is just me on the outside looking in......

It sounds like you at least care about your husband a little bit. I know it's a very hard time between K-1 and AOS and divorce may seem like the right thing to do. But, you guys went through all that hassle to get the K-1 and get married.... why not try to wait it out a little bit? Sometimes the "for better" comes after the "for worse."

Why not try to get your AOS and say, in six months, if you still want to get a divorce then do it?3

The bolded part is incorrect. Marriage alone to an USC does not protect your status, only the process of the AOS (after the NOA) and the completion of said AOS (greencard) will protect that status.

Pulling the AOS will revert the person to the status they had prior to the AOS (in this case, the I-94 from the K-1 entry).


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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