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BluesDancer

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About BluesDancer

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  • City
    Denver
  • State
    Colorado

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Lewisville TX Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Denver CO
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. AOS was denied because she didn't include the I-864. She was still in the country hoping to save her marriage.
  2. I could use some help. 1) A person I am helping overstayed their visa 180 days. 2) Her AOS of status denied giving her 30 days to leave. She stayed past the 30 days. 3) She won't be able to get approved reapplying for AOS. Question: What is the penalty for leaving the USA AFTER 30 days being overstayed and AOS denied. Question: What is the penalty for leaving the USA WITHIN 30 days to leave, being overstayed and AOS denied. Question: Can this person reapply for AOS to avoid a 10 year ban and leave withing 30 days using the second denial. Thank you
  3. She is just playing with my head. I am going to take everyone's advise and completely disconnect from her. If she would have been patient and loving, instead of threatening me, the AOS would be signed and lived happily ever after. I even forgave her for threatening me the first time and agreed to process. She made the choice to continue threatening, her loss. Thank you everyone's support and insights. Very helpful. God Bless!
  4. Wife said they talked to an immigration lawyer. She said I would be getting in trouble for not processing AOS paperwork. She said immigration would be calling me and asking me why I haven't filed the AOS paper since we are married. Then she said she would file the paperwork herself. I find it "very" hard to believe, plus I plan on filing for divorce as well. I don't know of any way I can get in trouble for not filing the AOS and her being able to file since I did not. If true seems like it would be a major loophole in immigration law that needs shut down. Is there a hidden law that gives someone power to come after the petitioner for not filing the AOS paperwork? Thanks
  5. It looks like my wife is filing AOS without me. So what does that mean? How can she do that?
  6. With my wife's visa expired and I file divorce, will she be able to collect alimony after 6 months together? She is currently staying at another Filipina's house.
  7. Married to Filipina back in September. We are not compatible being married at all. We are very different. I did not file AOS because I want a divorce. She is not living with me. She wants me to file the AOS while we are separated but that is fraud. My wife refuses to leave and her visa is expired. She wants to fight for her rights to stay in the USA. She can't stay because I didn't file the AOS. What can I do to protect myself? She refuses to go back to the Philippines. She said she was going to contact the government for help. Is there an easy way to send back her to the Philippines?
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