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Does he have a greencard yet?


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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so, an adjustment of status casefile was submitted but the green card hasn't been issued yet? correct?

if that's the case, and you want to get off the hook for the I-864,

I suggest you

1. file a petition for divorce in your county courthouse, then send the 'file received copy' of the divorce petition

2. in to uscis with a letter telling the USCIS that you are withdrawing your I-864, affadavit of support

---can do this in person at an infopass appointment, it's actually the fastest way to get the support yanked

it's up to you about putting him back on the plane, but i'd file the divorce petition plus get his signature on a waiver to appear document, quickly.


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so, an adjustment of status casefile was submitted but the green card hasn't been issued yet? correct?

if that's the case, and you want to get off the hook for the I-864,

I suggest you

1. file a petition for divorce in your county courthouse, then send the 'file received copy' of the divorce petition

2. in to uscis with a letter telling the USCIS that you are withdrawing your I-864, affadavit of support

---can do this in person at an infopass appointment, it's actually the fastest way to get the support yanked

it's up to you about putting him back on the plane, but i'd file the divorce petition plus get his signature on a waiver to appear document, quickly.

So you are telling me to The divorce first and get his signature ... I can put him on a plane sooner than that

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no, i am telling you to FILE for divorce, by filing the petition. You can do that in the morning at the county courthouse. another document you will need, is a 'waiver to appear' document, signed by him, filed with the same county clerk that takes in the divorce petition.

later you get on a calendar with the judge. the first step is filing the petition - which is dead easy, you go to a clerk in the records office there, give over the petition, money, and a waiver to appear document. takes about 10 minutes when it's yer turn in the queue.

i am NOT telling you to wait until the divorce is finalized. planned properly, you could:

1. file in the morning,

2. put him on the plane at lunchtime,

3. ask for an emergency meeting at your local uscis office with the security guards there in the early afternoon.


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Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Does he want to be put on a plane?


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If he is willing to go then yes, offer to pay for his plane ticket and do what Darnell says, that would be easiest. However, you cannot deport him/ put him on a plane. If he is not wiling, it will be up to USCIS to decide.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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I'm married and he is here on a K-1 visa .. Things have been horrible ... I need to know if I need to file for divorce first or can I put him on a plane back to his home country

Pls help

file for divorce. you cant put him on a plane... you are not a us Marshall etc you may offer a possible solution


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What does he want to do? A lot easier if he wants to leave the US. Either way you don't get to send him back like something you bought online that didn't work. Its not your decision.


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Every time I read the " Can I put him on a plane " posts I wonder how much of the problem the USC is instead of the immigrant.

I get upset when someone wants to return a puppy because he peed on the carpet much more so when I read things like this.

It sounds like anger issues, perhaps control or revenge.

It is HIS decision if he chooses to return or not and whatever he chooses comes with his consequences.

Why give up so easily ?

Have some patience, work on your marriage. Just last month you were both looking for a car and you were trying to build a life together.

What happened ?

If it's truly over then file for divorce and withdraw the affidavit of support. Once done it's done, no turning back.

Wishing you both the best.


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I-129F Sent : 3-31-2014, NOA2: 4-6-2014

NVC Received : some dinkelsberry yehoo in the house of clingons send our petition to the wrong consulate.

Consulate Received : July 30,2014 Transfer to right embassy complete.

Interview Date : Oct 22, 2014

Interview Result : AP , requesting another PC (not expired) and certified divorce decree (was submitted)Stokes interview via phone for petitioner 4 hrs after interview.

Oct 23 email notification visa approved.
Visa Received : Nov. 3 , 2014 VISA IN HAND.

US Entry : Nov. 21, 2014

Marriage : Dec 27, 2014

AOS send : May 12, 2015, received May 14, 2015 USPS priority

Email &text : May 18, 2015, check cashed May 19,2015, return receipt May 21, 2015 stamped USCIS Lockbox, NOA1 (3x) May 22,2015

Biometrics : June 1, 2015 letter received for appointment June 8, 2015, successful walk-in June 1, 2015

RFE : June 12, 2015 for income not meeting guideline. Income does ( ! ) exceed guideline.

RFE response : June 26, 2015 returned with a boat load full of financial evidence.

UPDATE: July 5, 2015 updated on all 3 cases, RFE received June 30, 2015.

Service request : Aug 12, 2015, letter received that it will be processed within 90 days from receipt of RFE.

UPDATE: Aug 24, 2015, EAD card being produced/ordered. ( 102 days from AOS receipt day and 55 days from RFE response received.) Thank you Jesus !

Emails : Aug 24, 2015, EAD approved, EAD card ordered.

I-797 EAD/AP approval notice received : Aug 27, 2015

EAD/AP combo card mailed : Aug 27, 2015, EAD/AP combo card received: Aug 31, 2015

Renewal application send for EAD/AP : May 31,2016 (AOS pending over 1 year). Received June 2, 2016,Notice date June7, 2016, emails,texts, NOA1 hard copy

Service request for pending AOS April 21, 2016, case not assigned yet.
Service request for pending AOS June 14, 2016, tier 2 said performing background checks.
Expedite request for EAD/AP Aug 3, 2016, Aug10 notification >request was received, assigned, completed. RFE letter requesting evidence for expedite, docs faxed Aug18

*Service request for I-485 Aug 3, 2016, Aug11 notification> request was assigned. Service request Dec 2, 2016.
AOS Interview letter received Aug 12, 2016

AOS Interview September 21, 2016.

Second Biometrics appointment letters received for EAD and AOS on Aug 15, 2016 for Aug 17 ( 2 day notice).

Second Biometrics completed Aug 17, 2016

Third Biometrics appointment letter received Aug 19, 2016 for Sept. 1, 2016. WTH ?!

EAD/AP (renewal) approval Aug 22, 2016, NOA2 received Aug 25, 2016

Renewal EAD in production notification text and online, expedite successful 4 days after RFE request response was faxed, Aug25mailed,Aug29received.

Sept. 21 Interview, 2 hour interview, we were separated and asked about 50 questions each for an hour each. IO was firm but professional, some smiles.
Several service requests made, contacted Senator and Ombudsman. Background checks still pending.
July 21, 2017 HOME VISIT.  Went well. Topic thread in AOS forum.
Waiting to skip ROC and get 10 yr GC due to over 2 year while pending AOS
AOS APPROVED Oct. 4, 2017 * Green card in hand Oct 13, 2017 !!!!!

First K1 denied after 16 month of AP. Refiled. We are a couple since 2009. Not a sprint but a matter of endurance.

 

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I'm married and he is here on a K-1 visa .. Things have been horrible ... I need to know if I need to file for divorce first or can I put him on a plane back to his home country

Pls help

In a nut shell the answer is no you can't put anyone on a plane unless they want to.

If you want a divorce follow Darnell's steps that's all you can do. You may be able to stop the green card but since he already has his work permit who knows. But anything else is up to the US. And they WILL NOT deport him unless you can show he is doing illegal acts or he committed fraud plain and simple. Anything else is of no interest to Immigration.


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