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  • Permanent resident 3 years ago

    I became conditional permanent resident in Sep 2004. I was living with my wife in Ohio. I filed I 751 in June 2006 after completion of 1 year 9 months. My wife is in school. I have to move to Florida on work purposes and was staying in Florida since 2006 to till date. I got permanent green card in Dec 2006. I was supporting my wife, visiting her and paying her bills till 6 months ago even though things are not going well. Six months ago I told her that we should get divorced. She filed for divorce in PA and getting Alimony / spousal support from me. My attorney said to me that she wont give you divorce and will stay on APL for ever. He filed in court that we separated in June 2006. The case is pending in the court. My worry is what if Court says that if we have been separated in June 2006 how can I have a GC as my I 751 is approved in Dec 2006 when we are separated as per the court.

    Thank you

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    I became conditional permanent resident in Sep 2004. I was living with my wife in Ohio. I filed I 751 in June 2006 after completion of 1 year 9 months. My wife is in school. I have to move to Florida on work purposes and was staying in Florida since 2006 to till date. I got permanent green card in Dec 2006. I was supporting my wife, visiting her and paying her bills till 6 months ago even though things are not going well. Six months ago I told her that we should get divorced. She filed for divorce in PA and getting Alimony / spousal support from me. My attorney said to me that she wont give you divorce and will stay on APL for ever. He filed in court that we separated in June 2006. The case is pending in the court. My worry is what if Court says that if we have been separated in June 2006 how can I have a GC as my I 751 is approved in Dec 2006 when we are separated as per the court.

    Thank you

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    • #3
      Well, unless your wife reports you, don't worry. She does have you over a barrel. If I were her, I would demand extra money from you.

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