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Thread: Married to an immigrant who overstayed B1/B2 Visa!

  1. #1
    I'm looking for some answers if anyone knows about this.............
    I married a guy a few weeks ago and we were gonna start his process to become perm. res. and needed to know some things:
    1) His dad turned in my husband's I-94 back to the airport when his dad went back to mexico but my husband still stayed here.... what do we do about that on the applications where it asks for the I-94 #, etc.
    2) He had a B1/B2 Visa/ Border Crossing Card and overstayed it, but his I-94 was turned in on time, BUT he stayed here in (high) school..... will they say that he did leave and must've come back illegaly since his dad turned in his I-94, or can he prove he stayed here by his school records?
    3) What all forms should we do first? We're living with my parents while we're going through college and my dad's gonna be supporting us.
    -thanks

  2. #2
    I'm looking for some answers if anyone knows about this.............
    I married a guy a few weeks ago and we were gonna start his process to become perm. res. and needed to know some things:
    1) His dad turned in my husband's I-94 back to the airport when his dad went back to mexico but my husband still stayed here.... what do we do about that on the applications where it asks for the I-94 #, etc.
    2) He had a B1/B2 Visa/ Border Crossing Card and overstayed it, but his I-94 was turned in on time, BUT he stayed here in (high) school..... will they say that he did leave and must've come back illegaly since his dad turned in his I-94, or can he prove he stayed here by his school records?
    3) What all forms should we do first? We're living with my parents while we're going through college and my dad's gonna be supporting us.
    -thanks

  3. #3
    Someone12
    Guest
    first, your husband is not an 'immigrant'-- he is an illegal alien,,,,second, just give proudusc a call, she will be happy to take in any illegal aliens,,,,she is one of a few unpatriotic imbeciles that would sell out their fellow Americans just to give some law-breaking dirtbag more 'opportunity' to continue to violate our laws...

  4. #4
    Needing Answers: Someone12 is correct...your husband isn't an immigrant. He's an illegal alien.

    Why would his father hand in his I-94? Was he trying to make it look like your husband wasn't really here? Typical Mexican trying to game the system and get something for nothing.

  5. #5

  6. #6
    Go to www.immigrate2us.net

    I have no idea how he could prove that he did not leave, the presumption must be that he did and re-entered later.

    I also have no idea how an I-94 would be handed in, the airline takes them, you have to be there as a passenger. And why wold you if you could, makes no sense.

  7. #7

  8. #8
    Both of you bigots are WRONG, as usual. Since he immigrated (albeit illegally by overstaying his visa) to the USA, he is AN IMMIGRANT. He might be an illegal immigrant, but don't worry. He will adjust his status, become a lawful permanent resident, and even a USC in 3 years, if he chooses so. Neat, huh?...

  9. #9
    Someone12
    Guest
    he is an illegal alien douchebag....

  10. #10
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Someone12:
    he is an illegal alien douchebag.... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    S12 a.k.a. Mr. Doofus, I hope your children have things that you didn't have when you were growing up. Like a beard and a chest.

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