Do I have to report divorce to Uscis?

Do I have to report divorce to Uscis?

If you finalize your divorce while you're still a conditional resident, but still want a green card, you must submit to USCIS not only Form I-751, but a request for waiver of the usual requirement that you and your U.S. spouse file the I-751 jointly, with both your signatures.

Does annulment affect immigration status?

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Divorce or annulment of marriage can cause some complications with the status of a green card holder. If an immigrant has obtained a permanent residency via marriage to a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, it could lead to revocation of the permanent residency and/or even removal from the country altogether.

What happens when you divorce a non US citizen?

The lives of most divorcees change once a divorce is finalized. However, if one of the divorcees is not a United States citizen then that person may face an additional challenge and need to fight for the right to remain in the United States. However, if the couple is divorced then the immigrant spouse is deportable.

Can I travel to the US while my application for an immigrant visa is being processed?

Can I travel to the United States while my application for an immigrant or fiancé(e) visa is being processed. You cannot reside in the U.S. on a tourist visa or visa free under the Visa Waiver Program while waiting the issuance of the visa.