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    I came to USA to work (not medical) on my J-1 visa, and fall in love for this beautiful girl,
    we've got married on Jan/2008. But, for my surprise, my J-1 visa has a major role: it says that I've got to come back to my native country for two ( 2 )years before be able to apply for a green-card.....

    ...My question:

    Is there any "forgiveness" letter or Form that I can fill it out, to be able to get a green-card!!


    best regards;

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    I came to USA to work (not medical) on my J-1 visa, and fall in love for this beautiful girl,
    we've got married on Jan/2008. But, for my surprise, my J-1 visa has a major role: it says that I've got to come back to my native country for two ( 2 )years before be able to apply for a green-card.....

    ...My question:

    Is there any "forgiveness" letter or Form that I can fill it out, to be able to get a green-card!!


    best regards;

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    • #3
      didn't you agree to those conditions when you sought your J1 visa? Why aren't you man enough to live up to the terms you agreed to? Or, are you just another visa scammer?

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      • #4
        1. yes

        2. if I've got a puzzle... I'll try to solve!!
        2.1 Why aren't man enough to give me a straight answer?

        3. no

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        • #5
          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Gaucho:
          I came to USA to work (not medical) on my J-1 visa, and fall in love for this beautiful girl,
          we've got married on Jan/2008. But, for my surprise, my J-1 visa has a major role: it says that I've got to come back to my native country for two ( 2 )years before be able to apply for a green-card.....

          Is there any "forgiveness" letter or Form that I can fill it out, to be able to get a green-card!! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
          Hi Gaucho.. didn't you see that notation about 2 years HRR on your visa when you got it?

          You may apply for a waiver. There are several grounds for that waiver to be based on. You can find more info here
          http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/info/info_1288.html

          http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/info/info_1296.html

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