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    A friend of mine is having problemS. She married a USC and now they are having problems . she wants to finish her education before she exits the country. Incase she is asked to leave the country, Can she get a lawyer to have a deportation removal until she finishes her school. Also if she did say the truth can the usc be put in jail if the marriage was a fraud marriage.

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    A friend of mine is having problemS. She married a USC and now they are having problems . she wants to finish her education before she exits the country. Incase she is asked to leave the country, Can she get a lawyer to have a deportation removal until she finishes her school. Also if she did say the truth can the usc be put in jail if the marriage was a fraud marriage.

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    • #3
      Why would she be asked to leave? is she adjusting status for GC or has she received conditional GC already?

      Is USC going to withdraw or has withdrawn petitions for the marriage?

      Is telling the "truth" that this is in fact a business marriage gone bad, and USC is pulling out?

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      • #4
        She is worried that she might be asked to leave becasue she has to withdraw her green card petition. and therefore would be out of status. she is still currently pursuing school. but under adjustment of status.

        Is telling the "truth" that this is in fact a business marriage gone bad, and USC is pulling out?yeah it is the fact the business marirage has gone bad

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        • #5
          She is worried that she might be asked to leave becasue she has to withdraw her green card petition. and therefore would be out of status. she is still currently pursuing school. but under adjustment of status.

          Is telling the "truth" that this is in fact a business marriage gone bad, and USC is pulling out?yeah it is the fact the business marirage has gone bad

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          • #6
            I think they would frown more upon the foreigner in terms of a sham marriage. And requesting favors in terms of granting extension to stay while they know she committed visa fraud would be snow-b-a-l-l-s chance in hell.

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            • #7
              The usc actually offered to help her because i understand the dad did the same thing to get here to usc. He got married to a usc then got his gc and wnet back to his home coutnry got a llady and married her . then now th eson wanted to help my friedn but ended up screwing her. she wa sactually reisitant at first because she had heard horror stories

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              • #8
                marraige fraud is very popular -- cuz when it really comes down to it -- it is VERY difficult for the INS to prove to a judge that it is not a "real" marraige. People take advantage of this and foreigners are 5x more likely to marry upon entry ot the US then USC.

                They really need to instill "quotas" on marraige gc's like they do with every other petition. Why is a spouse so much more important to bring here than your blood brother who has to wait 10 years? I never understood that. They need to equal it out a bit.

                -= nav =-

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                • #9
                  Thanks for all the answers though i still have not gotten one thign right. Is the usc that my friend married likely to be in trouble with the law

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                  • #10
                    If marriage fraud is proven, immigrant is deported and USC gets fine (250 000) and jail term.
                    BCIS will also have an option to go after his/her citizenship and deport USC if she/she is a naturalized USC.

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                    • #11
                      Thanks sam11. Your assistance is higly appreciated

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                      • #12
                        >If marriage fraud is proven

                        How often does that happen? Out of hundreds of thousands of marraige adjustments, i bet only 10 or so result in convictions a year. A lousy # if you ask me.

                        -= nav =-

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                        • #13
                          Sam is correct. Both Usc & alien are on the hook for this crime. USC of course is more at risk . If they both bail out now and no benefit is received, each go their own way and let procedures take their course before the AOs.(no mention of fraud) nobody gets hurt. alien will return to country perhaps get chance to come again under other circumstances.


                          Alien can get a divorce and find another USC to marry to adjust status.(4real)

                          No point in destrying 2 lives, or is she thinking Payback for leverage..

                          hmmmmm alien is not thinking of .... just so you know... Blackmail is also a crime punishable by fine and jail.


                          H-ell has no wrath like a woman's fury or is it the other way around.

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