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  • #16
    The CIS is understaffed and underpaid branch of government that doesn't have enough resources/manpower to go after *violent* criminal aliens on the loose. The best they can do is pick 'em up after criminal aliens serve their time in jail. Frankly, speaking from the experience, the CIS doesn't give a flying f.uck about you anymore once you got a permanent green card. Your ...... (fill in the blank yourself: spouse, bad wisher, pissed off neighbor, cop/State Trooper etc.) can knock themselves out writing letters, faxes, e-mails, etc. it *all* will drop on deaf ears of the CIS. Period. Live and let live (but after you obtain a permanent green card)

    Cheers.

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    • #17
      Oh...I wouldn't be so sure about that sup.

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      • #18
        just give me concrete info like links to what the law says. please. thanks.

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        • #19
          John,

          Why don't you do the research for yourself? Go the USCIS website and read the entire 216 section of the TITLE 8 CFR

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          • #20
            Because he is a LAZY FRAUDSTER !

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            • #21
              Hi john...

              Still learning and everyone else here is right... if u don't want to do research or take little initiative then why should other bother even...? Do u really think immigration questions are multiple choice question where u can choose any of given 4 options A, B, C or D....?

              Before provided link gives you detailed knowledge about all possible situation that might occur and how to tackle the situation and what to do next if something goes unexpected... people have researched and discussed this for over a year.... How can anyone tell u the concrete answer because u will have lots of question if someone answers to ur one question.... Well it totally depends upon u if u want to benefit from the link provided... no one really gives a d amn...sorry didn't mean to hurt u....

              Now as long as ur question about divorcing USC after getting permanent green card...in most cases nothing would happen but if USC finds potential evidences about you defrauding him...then things could go other way also...though possibilities are very slim.... For all other details on different scenario in your situation u will have to read information by urself...good luck...Pasha

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