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  • Dali
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    LOL, the careerladystinks becoming paranoid...too funny

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  • marmaduk
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    And yet another one.

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  • Dali
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    Who can't log in?

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  • marmaduk
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    LOL, the troll can't login and now becoming paranoid...too funny.

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  • Prometheus
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    ANOTHER LYING FASCIST CAUGHT RED-HANDED !!!

    (HEY, HIPOCRITE, AREN'T YOU ONE OF THOSE WHO ARE TOO-DUMB TO HAVE ANY SENSE OF HUMOUR AND WHO CONSTANTLY COMPLAIN TO ADMINISTRATOR TO SUSPEND MY ACCOUNTS? )

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  • marmaduk
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    Yet another userid and the same old garbage from Mr.Shipler

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  • Prometheus
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    Ok, you are not.
    Just follow the advise: write to qualified attorney and ask for legal assitance.

    Good Luck !

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  • homesick!
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    For my own reasons....finances, etc...it makes more sense for me to move than travel back and forth over the next few years or however long this divorce takes. Also, I miss living in California and would like to move back, regardless. Now I am simply trying to find out what my options are before making a decision or any plans.

    No, I am not a dumbass!

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  • ImmortalE
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    THIS GUY IS A D-U-M-B-A-S-S, I TELL YOU !!!

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  • sappyconifer
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    Is it necessary to *move* to the US to get a divorce?

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  • ImmortalE
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    WHAT A D-U-M-B-A-S-S YOU ARE !!!

    OK, HERE IS THE PLAN:

    VISIT WWW.IMMIGRATION.COM

    SEND EMAIL TO RAJIV S. KHANNA

    WRITE HIM DETAILED LETTER ABOUT YOUR CASE AND ASK FOR LEGAL ADVISE (DON'T FORGET TO TELL HIM THAT YOU ARE REFERRED BY IMMORTALE !!!)

    GOOD LUCK !!!

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  • homesick!
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    I understood that even with a Green Card, you are not allowed to leave the country for more than a year, otherwise you have to reapply for status. I have been out of the U.S. almost 4 years and have had a Green Card since the mid 90s due to marriage, but I am now in the midst of a divorce. Now my concern is how to move back to the U.S. to deal with my divorce if my status is changed. Also, my ex stole all of my files and paperwork so I have nothing to show the immigration office. Help!

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  • homesick!
    started a topic Green Card & leaving the U.S.

    Green Card & leaving the U.S.

    I understood that even with a Green Card, you are not allowed to leave the country for more than a year, otherwise you have to reapply for status. I have been out of the U.S. almost 4 years and have had a Green Card since the mid 90s due to marriage, but I am now in the midst of a divorce. Now my concern is how to move back to the U.S. to deal with my divorce if my status is changed. Also, my ex stole all of my files and paperwork so I have nothing to show the immigration office. Help!
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