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  1. hello community, So I came to my country ( brazil) for a short stay but when I got here and went to do my medical check ups I discovered a medical condition... So I had to do 2 surgeries during this last months and about to do one more next month I plan to go back to America in April that ll be almost 11 months since I left I will bring proof that Im married to a US citizen, leasing with our name, 2019/2020 taxes, medical paperwork, etc but I know immigration can still do something against me when I get back in the US border so what are my rights? can they take away my green card right away at the airport? Or I keep the green card and have to see a Judge?? or do i get deported? i never commited any crime... really stayed in brazil due to my medical conditions thanks
  2. Hi, I've been just approved for a green card! But both my USC wife and I are planning to go back to school in the next year. It's highly likely that we both will be in school and won't have employment during the 90 day period to apply for removal of conditions. Will this cause a problem? Or should at least one of us keep an employment?
  3. Hello! First time poster here, wondering if anyone could give some advice on my situation. I got married to my US citizen spouse in Jan 2017 after several years together, and we quickly moved to the US. I came on a tourist visa and applied for AOS, receiving my conditional green card in Feb 2018. It expires in Feb 2020. Sadly, over the course of the past year, my spouse and I have dealt with some irreconcilable differences causing us much turmoil in the relationship, and eventually decided to divorce. The process has not begun yet, but I am hoping to set it in motion this month. We previously had a great bona fide relationship, which I have plenty of evidence of, along with evidence of an extramarital affair on his part in the recent months. Despite these issues, we remain on good terms and communicate well. Since we do not share property or children and keep our finances relatively separate, I think the divorce proceedings will be short and hopefully finalized prior to the expiration of my green card. I plan to apply for Removal of Conditions exactly 90 days prior to the expiration. Unfortunately, I was also recently charged with a first time DUI. This was my first time ever committing a criminal offense - I blew 0.08 (the minimal limit in my state), was arrested, and left jail the same day. I will be going to court in two weeks and hoping to go through with diversion, meaning that after some educational classes and a trial period the charges can be removed from my record within 1 year. Of course, they will be on my record when I apply for Removal of Conditions. Considering all this, I am honestly rather worried about my chances of obtaining the 10-year GC on my own. I am wondering if there is anyone out there who has been through a similar situation before, and if so - do you happen to have any tips for me? What should I be doing right now in preparation for the coming mess? Will it be a mess? Should I be worried? Should I hire an attorney to see this through, or will I be okay gathering the documentation on my own? Thank you all in advance!
  4. Hello, Hope everyone of you is having a nice day. I just needed some information about the "Green card approval date" and it's link to getting a conditional Green card. Some context: My wife is a US citizen and applied for my I-130 last summer. We finally got our approval in late January and my case got registered in NVC/CEAC a few days back. I have read that at the time of your Green card approval if you've been married for less than 2 years, you are given a conditional Green card and then it has to be moved to a non-conditional one later. I was wondering what exactly is this date? Is it the date of the I-130 approval or maybe the interview or something different? I have an acuqitance who went through this process and was essentially stuck in the US for 12-14 months while he got his new Green card. Since I usually travel around for work this might be an issue. Our 2nd year of marriage will complete in November this year and if this approval date is the interview date, then I wanted to know if I could just hold my application at this state for now, maybe just pay the fees and wait till November and then submit the DS-261 and get an interview date. Would that be good idea? And would I able to get around the conditional card that way and just enter on a non-conditional Green card later in the year? I am willing to wait a bit more just to avoid having to go through the process again. Any and all ideas are welcome. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks!
  5. I have a CR-1. I submitted the I-751 for removal of conditional residence. I received the I-797 which extends the validity for 6 months. How long can i travel outside the US with the I-751 pending? Also, if I stay out of the US for 11 months, can I come back for 1 week and go out of the US again?
  6. Hi everyone, Just wondering if I need to notarize the photocopies of the documents needed. Things like our son's birth certificate, bank statements, tax return, etc.
  7. So after getting the conditional card, based on marriage, my wife who is the sponser on 864, does she still have to keep working making more than the minimum? What happens if she quits? Thank you.
  8. Hi. My temporary green card was expired on AUG 2018 and I went to a local USCIS office to get a stamp and got 1 year additional. ( My previous Green card was taken by an officer). A few days later, I got a letter from the USCIS that extends 1year and half of extension of my conditional resident which has to be along with my previous green card. But the issues are, 1. I don't have the previous green card that can have 1year and half extended time( the stamp on my passport will be expired 8 months earlier than the letter approved) 2. I also got a letter from USCIS that requires additional documents which evidence good faith of my marriage. My question is 1. How I can use the allowed 1year and half extended time without a previous green card? 2. Can I get another stamp on my passport if I can't get a permanent resident card within expired date on my stamp which is July 2019.( I just submitted additional documents) Please help
  9. Hello! I'm currently putting my I-90 together so I can replace my 2 year conditional green card that has the wrong "Resident Since" date. I read the instructions for I-90 and it doesn't mention anything about the supporting evidence I need to send in the case like mine. The instructions just mention that I need to send proof of biographical data (e.g, copies of passport, birth certificate etc.). I understand that those are the documents you'd need to send if they got your DOB or name wrong but I'm not sure if I need to send those in my case. As of right now, I'm planning to send my I-485 approval notice and my original green card and that's it as far as the evidence goes. My question is do I need to send my passport, birth certificate or marriage license if I need USCIS to correct the "Resident Since" date and the "Card Expires" date or would my approval notice be enough? Should I maybe send copies of my passport and birth certificate just in case? I just don't want to get a RFE so I'm making sure I'm doing everything right. Thank you all so much! I'd really appreciate all the help I can get!
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