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What happens if after you get the Green Card you and the American citizen part ways?

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Which green card? The conditional (2 year) or the 10 year?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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usually, nothing happens to you , if you remain in country. for a 2 year card, is possible to file for the ROC , as well.

ICE won't come and deport you unless there was significant proof of visa fraud.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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The coditional 2 year green card. was the one I was talking about. I am just wondering if the American sponsor gets crazy throws you out of the house.. Or worst case scenario you get divorced before the 2yr conditional green card expires. What happens to your status?

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05/20/10 | Married!

AOS Timeline

06.16.10 | Package received at Chicago Lockbox

06.24.10 | NOA-1 Hard Copies received in the mail

06.28.10 | Biometrics letter received; scheduled for 07/15

07.10.10 | Request for Evidence letter in mail

07.16.10 | Touched: I-485 (RFE accepted, case resumed)

07.22.10 | EAD (I-765) Approved! - day 36

08.05.10 | EAD received!

09.01.10 | AOS Interview in Orlando, FL - Rescheduled

09.22.10 | Rescheduled AOS Interview - day 97 - APPROVED!!

10.02.10 | Green Card received!!

(View my timeline for the complete list)

Miscellaneous Timeline

08.19.10 | Applied for a Social Security Card

08.26.10 | Received Social Security Card in the mail

10.08.10 | Applied for unrestricted SS Card in married name

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Im just wondering are you sent back to your country if you and the Sponsor part ways/ divorce after you get the green card.. What happens to you the Green Card Holder? Need some info on this

In a very broad sense the green card holder can get deported or get full residency status. Deported if the USCIS has evidence of fraud, full residency status if your marriage was not sham.

Good faith or fraud they need documents to prove both.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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your sponsor is obligated to the government for ten years, divorce or not. divorces do happen, and if you don't get into trouble with the law anywhere, you'll be able to file to remove your green card conditions even if you are divorced. you'll be ok if you follow the rules.

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