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42 minutes ago, dady12 said:

Can a legal permanent resident who just adjusted his statue file for out of statue wife?what are the conditions applied.thanks as i await your reply

Are you saying that your wife are here in the US but out of Status?

Which is your vida? 

How long was she living here out of status?

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48 minutes ago, dady12 said:

Can a legal permanent resident who just adjusted his statue file for out of statue wife?what are the conditions applied.thanks as i await your reply

If your green card is from a marriage with usc then no you can’t sponsor new spouse (no out of status) until 5 years later.


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1 hour ago, dady12 said:

Can a legal permanent resident who just adjusted his statue file for out of statue wife?what are the conditions applied.thanks as i await your reply

No.  Overstays is not forgiven for the spouse of an. LPR.  

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2 minutes ago, dady12 said:

I just adjusted statue and my wife who was a usc died and i have another lady who is out of statue for 4 years

No, you can’t until you become usc.


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Just now, dady12 said:

I just adjusted statue and my wife who was a usc died and i have another lady who is out of statue for 4 years

No you can't do anything for her. As stated they have a rule that if you got a GC from marrying a US citizen, you can't apply for a visa for a foreign spouse for 5 years. 

 

Not only that, only US citizens can adjust the status of immigrants who are here out if status. 

 

Nothing you can do for her.


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1 hour ago, dady12 said:

Can a legal permanent resident who just adjusted his statue file for out of statue wife?what are the conditions applied.thanks as i await your reply

No.  A spouse of an LPR who is out of status can not adjust.....


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16 minutes ago, Unlockable said:

No you can't do anything for her. As stated they have a rule that if you got a GC from marrying a US citizen, you can't apply for a visa for a foreign spouse for 5 years. 

 

Not only that, only US citizens can adjust the status of immigrants who are here out if status. 

 

Nothing you can do for her.

After 5years of been a legal resident or after becoming a citizen?

18 minutes ago, NancyNguyen said:

No, you can’t until you become usc.

Ok thanks

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4 minutes ago, dady12 said:

After 5years of been a legal resident or after becoming a citizen?

Ok thanks

You can apply for US citizenship after having your green card for 5 years.

Once you become a US citizen, you can file for a wife who is out of status.

 

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1 hour ago, aaron2020 said:

You can apply for US citizenship after having your green card for 5 years.

Once you become a US citizen, you can file for a wife who is out of status.

 

But since i suppose to file for usc for 3 years when i was with my late wife,can i still file for the same 3years since she died when we are still together or i have to wait after 5years before i can file?

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4 minutes ago, dady12 said:

But since i suppose to file for usc for 3 years when i was with my late wife,can i still file for the same 3years since she died when we are still together

No.


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56 minutes ago, dady12 said:

But since i suppose to file for usc for 3 years when i was with my late wife,can i still file for the same 3years since she died when we are still together or i have to wait after 5years before i can file?

You have to wait 5 years.  You will not be able to meet the requirements of having a US spouse for 3 years and living with a US spouse for 3 years if you try to apply under the 3 years rule.

 

 

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