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Hi all. Iam a green card holder since June 2012 (4months ago) I had a lot problems with my wife and I had feelings that she want to file a divorce soon. I want to stay legally in the USA . My green card expired in the June 2014 . ( my 2 years green card) so I want to stay in the USA legally , the main probleme between us that since I come

My wife ( the is citizen ) she won't let me have sex with her and she is still virgin for now

So I think is that enough prove about our divorce and get my rights?

It will be apprIciated if u guys can help me to stay in the us thanks

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Hi all. Iam a green card holder since June 2012 (4months ago) I had a lot problems with my wife and I had feelings that she want to file a divorce soon. I want to stay legally in the USA . My green card expired in the June 2014 . ( my 2 years green card) so I want to stay in the USA legally , the main probleme between us that since I come

My wife ( the is citizen ) she won't let me have sex with her and she is still virgin for now

So I think is that enough prove about our divorce and get my rights?

It will be apprIciated if u guys can help me to stay in the us thanks

Generally you should have no problem removing condition son your own as long as you can prove that you entered the marriage in good faith. Additionally you should start gathering evidences of co mingling of assets and other items that proved that you indeed cohabitant in a marriage.

You'll be okay.

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that's sad :(


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so you are married but the marriage has never been consummated? No Coitus?

USCIS might see that one data point as a wedge to start investigation for a sham marriage, marriage just to get a green card.

There are several ways USCIS would get interested to inquire, but if they never start to get interested, you (IMO) have nothing to worry about.

Unless the USCitizen Spouse files stuff with ICE on you, YOU getting a divorce nowish (you file) doesn't hurt your green card status. You have other things to do, after the divorce is finalized, however.


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Hmmm... No consummation of marriage is grounds for annullment in many states. If she is willing to confirm that you still have to approve you entered in good faith for removal of conditions but you will not have a divorce on your record. But yeah, that also brings on suspicion of a sham marriage. Not an easy situation.

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Why wont she let you? And why did she marry?

Hi all. Iam a green card holder since June 2012 (4months ago) I had a lot problems with my wife and I had feelings that she want to file a divorce soon. I want to stay legally in the USA . My green card expired in the June 2014 . ( my 2 years green card) so I want to stay in the USA legally , the main probleme between us that since I come

My wife ( the is citizen ) she won't let me have sex with her and she is still virgin for now

So I think is that enough prove about our divorce and get my rights?

It will be apprIciated if u guys can help me to stay in the us thanks

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She won't "let you have sex with her"? I don't "let my husband have sex with me" either, by the way. It's a mutual act of love, we want to make love to each other. A husband is not entitled to have sex with his wife against her will. What are you trying to do to her, what is this really about..?!? Something doesn't sound right here...

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“The minute I heard my first love story I started looking for you, not knowing how blind that was.
Lovers don't finally meet somewhere.
They're in each other all along.”


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She won't "let you have sex with her"? I don't "let my husband have sex with me" either, by the way. It's a mutual act of love, we want to make love to each other. A husband is not entitled to have sex with his wife against her will. What are you trying to do to her, what is this really about..?!? Something doesn't sound right here...

For at least four months???

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Missing the point, Gowon... Are you reading what I wrote, or is your understanding of sex something that men just do to women? If so, I feel sorry for your wife/fiancee... :whistle:

Edited by pddp

“The minute I heard my first love story I started looking for you, not knowing how blind that was.
Lovers don't finally meet somewhere.
They're in each other all along.”


Jalal ad-Din Rumi

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Tunisia
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TRY TO FIX THINGS BETWEEN YOU AND HER , IS THE BEST SOLUTION

AND WHAY SHE WONT LET YOU HAVE SEX WITH HER , MABY SHE WANT TO FEEL LOVE AT FIRST? ARE YOU WEELING TO SUPPORT YOUR SELF AFTER DIVORCE? DID U HAVE JOB ?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Togo
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Hey,

You guys needs to sit down and talk things over. It is not really all about sex so you have to make sure you know the problem.If you love her try to work this out first.find out if she belongs to a church or religion...ask her how you can make things work?

Good luck


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NB:I am not an Immigration Attorney, All i say here is based on my personal experiences through K-1 visa process and CR1/IR1 visa process.

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Is she a woman do U know (no pun intended) where R U from OP? did U all agreed on no sex before marriage, no kids & did U all get married for love.

ven an innocent new bride would have had sex by now with a man she loves, do U think she may like girls, or be involved with another, if a marriage is not consumated its not real to uscis, I suggest that U talk to her and see if there R past issues molestation or rape, seek a counseller to help U thru and try to repair this, In the meantime

get bills with your name at that home, be visible to your neighbors, and very neighborly, have papers with both names like bank accts (both needing to sign for withdrawals) never try to force yourself on her, and seek out a family member to put in some good words .....best wishes

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She won't "let you have sex with her"? I don't "let my husband have sex with me" either, by the way. It's a mutual act of love, we want to make love to each other. A husband is not entitled to have sex with his wife against her will. What are you trying to do to her, what is this really about..?!? Something doesn't sound right here...

Someone is going out of their way to make a straw-man rape accusation against a man who used perfectly reasonable wording to express a wife's refusal to consummate the marriage. He obviously knows he is not entitled to have sex against her will, because he didn't. So why are you pretending he needs to be told that? He is choosing to separate from her.

Actually, the law is clear that neither man nor woman is entitled to marriage without consummating it, all over the world. The irony is that YOU are the one who needs to be told that sex is an integral part of marriage, actually a formal part of the definition. That is why an annullment rather than divorce can be based upon a refusal to consummate.

So now to pre-empt what is obviously going to be your pet response: didn't you know that sex is something men and women share mutually? I am tired of your attitude that it is something women just do to men against their will. :)

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Missing the point, Gowon... Are you reading what I wrote, or is your understanding of sex something that men just do to women? If so, I feel sorry for your wife/fiancee... :whistle:

No he is not, I think you are just reading too much into a person writing here who does not have english as first language. Chill! Not everything that comes out of a man's mouth is anti-women's rights.

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