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Just now, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

Hello please I need some information, I came into the state with a k1 visa, and we got married before 90 days, we have a son now but we haven’t filed for change of status, could that be a problem?

Wont affect the filing.  Get it done,  ASAP 


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1 minute ago, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

Ok, please can you tell me how long will I use the temporary green card before changing to permanent green card

You need to file for the green card first. 

 

 It all depends upon when you are issued the card.  If you get a two year card,  then two years 


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8 minutes ago, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

Hello please I need some information, I came into the state with a k1 visa, and we got married before 90 days, we have a son now but we haven’t filed for change of status, could that be a problem?

Are you currently out of status? IE have the 90 days passed?

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Just now, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

Ok thanks so much

One more question, I need advice, I have a son now, no green card yet, but my spouse has been misbehaving a lot, with your experience what do you think I should do, after thinking it throughly I don’t thing the green card sets me free, if we I decide to divorce is there any way around it

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4 minutes ago, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

One more question, I need advice, I have a son now, no green card yet, but my spouse has been misbehaving a lot, with your experience what do you think I should do, after thinking it throughly I don’t thing the green card sets me free, if we I decide to divorce is there any way around it

What does "misbehaving" entail? What do you mean with "I don’t thing the green card sets me free, if we I decide to divorce is there any way around it". Any way around what?

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5 minutes ago, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

One more question, I need advice, I have a son now, no green card yet, but my spouse has been misbehaving a lot, with your experience what do you think I should do, after thinking it throughly I don’t thing the green card sets me free, if we I decide to divorce is there any way around it

Where was your son born?


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Is you Husband willing to participate in the Green Card process.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Just now, ALEX MAISON (mr) said:

If I get my green card, can I still stay or do I have to wait till I get permanent green card (10 years) 

My son was born in the state (USA)

Why does he need a green card?  He is a USC 


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