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AM I going to be deported becuase I left my husband? (split)

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I have been married 9 yrs came in on a K1 Visa. Married , was with him for 9 yrsI have 2 yrs left before my visa expires. Last November I found out some things my husband was doing (I wont go into specifics) I moved out and have been living on my own since then. Almost a year. We have not filed for divorce. We have remained friends. Today I received an email from the website Linkedin says someone named Lance Samuelson checked out my profile. I wouldn't normally care except I noticed his job was USIS Investigator.

This has me freaked out! AM I going to be deported becuase I left my husband?

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I have been married 9 yrs came in on a K1 Visa. Married , was with him for 9 yrsI have 2 yrs left before my visa expires. Last November I found out some things my husband was doing (I wont go into specifics) I moved out and have been living on my own since then. Almost a year. We have not filed for divorce. We have remained friends. Today I received an email from the website Linkedin says someone named Lance Samuelson checked out my profile. I wouldn't normally care except I noticed his job was USIS Investigator.

This has me freaked out! AM I going to be deported becuase I left my husband?

Sounds like you have a 10-year green card. Unless you obtained it under false pretenses, you get to keep it regardless of what your husband says.

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USIS doesn't appear to be the same as USCIS? And here is Lance's profile:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/lance-samuelson/49/198/b0b?_mSplash=1


Check my timeline for K-1 visa & AOS details

Conditional Permanent Resident: 16 September 2014

Conditional GC Expires: 16 September 2016

ROC Journey (CA Service Center)

2016-Sep-14: I-751 form, check, supporting docs sent USPS Priority Express

2016-Sep-15: ROC application received & signed for by Lakelieh

2016-Sep-15: NOA receipt date

2016-Sep-19: $590 check cashed by USCIS

2016-Sep-20: NOA/ 1-year extension letter received in mail

2018-Feb-26: ROC case transferred to local office

2018-Mar-06: ROC approved via USCIS website (WAC status check)

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You can apply for Naturalization on your own right now and be done with your worries about USCIS forever :-) Divorce or separation has nothing to do with it now.


Caro

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2010-07-07 visit to my 2nd home in Phoenix, US
2010-07-24 got married!
2010-09-17 filed AOS
2010-09-23 NOA
2010-10-19 BIO
2010-12-14 Interview Phoenix, AZ
2010-12-15 Approval notice received
2010-12-24 Green Cards received for me & son
............
2012-09-15 I-751 sent
2012-09-25 I-797, NOA received
2013-01-16 BIO

2013-06-13 Approval notice received

2013-06-27 10yr Green Cards received for me & son

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2013-09-27 N-400 Naturalization application sent

2013-10-03 Priority Date

2013-10-07 N-400, NOA received

2013-10-11 I-797C, NOA received

2013-10-25 BIO (notice bio done last 10 months ago)

2013-11-14 In line

2013-12-13 online status changed to "Scheduled for Interview"

2013-12-18 letter for interview

2014-01-21 Interview date that I had to request change due to travel

2014-02-18 Interview in Phoenix

2014-02-22 Naturalization Oath Ceremony - I am officially a dual citizen Canadian/American

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2015-11-04 N-400 Naturalization application sent for SON aged 20

2015-11-09 N-400, NOA rec'd for son

2015-11-20 I-797C, NOA rec'd for son

2015-12-02 BIO for son

2015-12-04 In line

2016-01-29 online status changed to "Scheduled for Interview" for son

2016-02-03 letter for interview for son

2016-03-07 Interview in Phoenix for son

2016-03-25 Naturalization Oath Ceremony for my son - he is officially a dual citizen Canadian/American

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I am not going to give you advice how you can get your citizenship and bla bla bla, you probably know this, and it is your own choice and not something you ask about. Regarding your question, no, you should not worry. If you have been married him 9 years that implies you have a 10-year green card, and you have nothing to worry about for USCIS when it comes to renewing your green card. At this point, they don't care. Also, if you check, USIS Investigator is not USCIS...go check, you'll see it.

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