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Hello fellow VJ members , my friend and his wife have been separated quite about four years now and but we still talking and be seeing each other. She used to raise her hand on him most of the time and he was asked to get out from the house by the police , even though they didn't give him any decumment to prove it . They only took a statement and video him everything that was happened.

However , he want to know whether our separation is going to effect applying for a citizenship in the future as he still love her and don't want to get a divorce.

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Is he clinging on to the marriage just to be able to apply for citizenship under the three-year rule? How will he demonstrate the “marital union” requirement if they are separated? 


 

 

 

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41 minutes ago, JFH said:

Is he clinging on to the marriage just to be able to apply for citizenship under the three-year rule? How will he demonstrate the “marital union” requirement if they are separated? 

No she wants the marriage to stick like that even if he don't want to come back to her house , but will be going to him at anytime she wants to has her husband. And because of that he decided not to get into a divorce.

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52 minutes ago, Nash Kumasi said:

No she wants the marriage to stick like that even if he don't want to come back to her house , but will be going to him at anytime she wants to has her husband. And because of that he decided not to get into a divorce.

A person could say it looks like a fake marriage......


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For someone who is a “friend” you know an awful lot of their personal marriage problems (this is your third thread on this matter). Have you suggested they go to counseling? That would be a better thing for a friend to do than publicly discuss someone else’s relationship problems. 


 

 

 

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Your friend should sign up for a free account here.


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5 hours ago, Paul & Mary said:

Your friend should sign up for a free account here.

That's is not an option , if you can't help it , pls I don't need your comments here , I'm only finding a solution for him not an argument 😉😜😜!!!

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Just now, Nash Kumasi said:

That's is not an option , if you can't help it , pls I don't need your comments here , I'm only finding a solution for him not an argument 😉😜😜!!!

A quick review of the ToS could be in order.


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6 hours ago, JFH said:

For someone who is a “friend” you know an awful lot of their personal marriage problems (this is your third thread on this matter). Have you suggested they go to counseling? That would be a better thing for a friend to do than publicly discuss someone else’s relationship problems. 

Oh yeah they been going for counseling since four and a half months now , and they start doing pretty good , but she wants him to get back to her house again where he was asked to move out by the police , he rather want her to come to his own apartment where he hired for a permanent stay and she doesn't want it that way !!!

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13 minutes ago, JFH said:

Do they know you are discussing their personal business on a public forum? 

I was wondering the same, I can not imagine they would want all their personal information out there.


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10 hours ago, Nash Kumasi said:

Hello fellow VJ members , my friend and his wife have been separated quite about four years now and but we still talking and be seeing each other. She used to raise her hand on him most of the time and he was asked to get out from the house by the police , even though they didn't give him any decumment to prove it . They only took a statement and video him everything that was happened.

However , he want to know whether our separation is going to effect applying for a citizenship in the future as he still love her and don't want to get a divorce.

He still loves her but refuses to move back into his wife's place?? Having his own apartment while still remaining legally married looks worse to USCIS than getting a divorce. 

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