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Thread: EWI, Married to USC, Registered nurse

  1. #1
    HI Everyone,
    EWI 3.5 yeras ago, currently married to a USC for the past 6 months and will be a RN in 12 months. MY lawyer says there is no way to adjust status without returning to home country.Fearful that i will not be permitted to retun as home country is notorious for rejecting applications.What options do i have. Thank you.

  2. #2
    HI Everyone,
    EWI 3.5 yeras ago, currently married to a USC for the past 6 months and will be a RN in 12 months. MY lawyer says there is no way to adjust status without returning to home country.Fearful that i will not be permitted to retun as home country is notorious for rejecting applications.What options do i have. Thank you.

  3. #3
    Options:
    1. Go home. Come back after you go through the 601 waiver process.
    2. Stay. Avoid deportation until the laws change.

  4. #4
    basically, old man is right. If you have entered without inspection, there is no way to adjust status.

    there is always some degree of hope that IF Kerry (and a democratic congress) are elected, some sort of amnesty might become a possibility that would help you, but it is a big if.

    The I-601 is probably your best bet (and don't be so worried!!!) Please come to www.immigrate2us.net. There are several people on that board that are in a similar situation, and many others who have gone through the I-601 process. So, you might be able to get some sort of support and/or help there!!!

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