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Thread: green card/divorce

  1. #1
    Guest
    I am a resident alien, Green Card "expires" Nov 2005. I am married with a man from my own country. Two of my children are born in the US and bearers of the US passport. I am employed a little over 5 years for the same company. My husband and me are filing for divorce, will this have any consequenses for my residenty in the US?
    I want to keep living and working here. We live in WA state. Thanks for any reaction!!

  2. #2
    Guest
    I am a resident alien, Green Card "expires" Nov 2005. I am married with a man from my own country. Two of my children are born in the US and bearers of the US passport. I am employed a little over 5 years for the same company. My husband and me are filing for divorce, will this have any consequenses for my residenty in the US?
    I want to keep living and working here. We live in WA state. Thanks for any reaction!!

  3. #3
    Guest
    When was your green card issued or when did you become a permanent resident?

    Did you become a permanent resident due to your current marriage?

    Once you have answered these questions, a proper answer can be given to your questions.

  4. #4
    Guest
    My green card was issued Nov 1995, exp date Nov 2005. I moved here because of my husband's work and we both got our Green Cards. We were married in our own country before me moved to the States.

  5. #5
    Guest
    This situation should have no affect on you renewing your GC. Afterall you are a PR in your own right and not reliant on your husband's status.

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