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    My friend next month will be getting married to a USC. She has overstayed her visa by about 7 years. Once she is married how long will it take to obtain a green card so that she may work and get a drivers license?

    Best Regards

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    My friend next month will be getting married to a USC. She has overstayed her visa by about 7 years. Once she is married how long will it take to obtain a green card so that she may work and get a drivers license?

    Best Regards

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      Depending on where in the country she will have her papers processed, it could take from 2-3 years before she actually gets her green card. However, when she turns in her packet to adjust status, she could include an application for a work permit. She would probably get the work permit within a few months. It would allow her to work while she is waiting for her green card. As far as a driver's license goes, it depends on the state where she lives.
      Have a nice day

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      • #4
        Hi! Jade

        you can visit the website below. it gives good information about immigrant visa, "green card" (family-based) adjustment of status.

        it also explains local filing procedures and how transition to National Benefits Center (NBC) will affect filing and processing of applications.

        http://www.mnllp.com/enginfoFAMIV.html

        i hope this website helps. have a good evening!

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