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    I came here with a F-1 visa and i got my EAD that is good for 12 months. My girlfriend and I have been dating for only 4 months and i really wanna marry her but i don't want her to think that it's only for the green card. We really love each other and we wanna get marry later but i have to do something regarding my status. If i get an employer to sponsor me, they might deny my application because of my overstay. Should i just get marry and send my permanent residence application and then get my EAD so that i can start working right away?

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    I came here with a F-1 visa and i got my EAD that is good for 12 months. My girlfriend and I have been dating for only 4 months and i really wanna marry her but i don't want her to think that it's only for the green card. We really love each other and we wanna get marry later but i have to do something regarding my status. If i get an employer to sponsor me, they might deny my application because of my overstay. Should i just get marry and send my permanent residence application and then get my EAD so that i can start working right away?

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    • #3
      Talk to your girlfriend and explain her your position. If she really loves you and want to marry you, she will you asap and sponsor you. It might be a test of your love. It is always better to explain these things before marriage otherwise she may think you came around her only for GC.
      Good luck.

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      • #4
        One question here: have you overstayed your F1 and let your EAD expire? I'm presuming you're overstaying. Chances are good that you'll get denied for sponsorship just because your stay has expired.

        To reiterate Umesh, its a good idea to let your girlfriend know of your situation. The most important thing you need to do is resolve your issues with your girlfriend first, as it's only fair you give her the chance to understand your position.

        If all is well and you get married, start filing all AOS paperwork and you two can live happily ever after! Good luck

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