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    Thanks for your valueable advice, Umesh !

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    After 3 years of filing I-130, if the Visa is not current then the beneficiary is eligible for V Visa. On arrival here, the beneficiary can apply for EAD and SS#. When Immigrant Visa will be current then he/she will have a option to either adjust status here or go back to his/her country to apply for Immigrant Visa.
    Good luck.

    To Confused:
    I stated earlier, it is not good for you to go and live there for a longer period. It can really hurt your chances for Citizenship.
    Good luck.

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    Confused, I can see how you feel. I'm here with my LPR spouse and he filed I-130 on my behalf. However I'm here on H1 status and waiting for him to become an American one day. One of the things to quolify for the V visa is that your I-130 has to be pending for 3 years. Another option to get her here prior to your citizenship is to find a Company to sponsor her for H visa. I don't recommend you going to live with her for longer than 6 months over there - it might be a problem for your citizenship. Good luck!

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    To Umesh Passi:

    LPR Father filed a I-130 for his unmarried daughter (over 21 yrs of age) in Sept, 2001.

    When would this daughter be eligible for V-2 visa in this case?

    Thanks.

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    Thanks Umesh but i understand the V visa is only applicable to those who filed the I-130 before December 31st, 2001

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    Once I-130 is files nobody is allowed to enter on a visit Visa or under Visa Waiver Program.
    As two years have already passed, after three years, if your wife could not get Immigrant Visa then she will be eligible for V Visa. Once she is here then she can get EAD and wait for her Immigrant Visa to become current to Adjust her status. It is really hard to stay away from your loved ones. In the meantime, you must file your Citizen papers when you are eligible for that. It is better not to leave the United States for a longer time. If your stay there is less than 6 months then it is okay.
    Good luck.

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    i don't understand why your British spouse does not come to the US ?

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    I need advise on what to do since the INS has made my life a misery. I have had my green card for four years now. I got married to a British Citizen two years ago and thanks to this "great family friendly Country" i have not been able to live with my wife although i filed an I-130 two years ago.

    The strain of leaving apart is become unbearable and stressful although i am eligible to file for Citizenship in DEcember. I am thinking of moving to London to leave with my family but i hear if you leaving outside the U.S for six months, that will affect when you can file for Citizenship. I never imagined any Country could have this kind of inhumane law that tears family apart.

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    Help Please.

    I need advise on what to do since the INS has made my life a misery. I have had my green card for four years now. I got married to a British Citizen two years ago and thanks to this "great family friendly Country" i have not been able to live with my wife although i filed an I-130 two years ago.

    The strain of leaving apart is become unbearable and stressful although i am eligible to file for Citizenship in DEcember. I am thinking of moving to London to leave with my family but i hear if you leaving outside the U.S for six months, that will affect when you can file for Citizenship. I never imagined any Country could have this kind of inhumane law that tears family apart.
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