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Thread: Married to overstayed

  1. #1
    Recently I came to know a person had married to another Permanent Residence Alien. who had been I-551 for last 4.6 years.

    they had been honest and working paying tax, looking after one another very happy in there married life.
    Completed college in US.
    I am still looking into the regulations and laws how they can adjust there overstayed matters.
    Any one can has any comments, please.

  2. #2
    How about obeying our laws? Tell us Kumar....why is violating our laws so acceptable to you? You must be a dirtbag supporter.

  3. #3
    Someone12, you always try to shot in the drak....with out any knowledge of person's
    problems what they are thinking .
    He is simply asking how can he do such he already informed them that being a USC he don't think you can do this.
    Unless he has married a USC.

  4. #4
    FSN: I don't care....this jagoff wants to find some loophole because his douchebag-cleaning 'friends' have no respect for our laws...and I don't support anyone who cannot obey simple rules, so shove it.

  5. #5
    Illegal alien spouses of LPRs cannot adjust.

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