Immigration Video: I-751 Waiver Where a Marriage Ends in Divorce
Most foreign-born persons who marry U.S. citizens (or permanent residents) apply for a green card in order to remain in the U.S. with their new husband or wife. In order to become a permanent resident, they must first file for a 2-year, or conditional, green card, and then apply to remove the condition and obtain a 10-year green card.
But what if your marriage ends in divorce or annulment before the 2 years are up? Can you still keep your green card? Will you be deported?
In this video, Immigration Attorney Carl Shusterman explains how to prepare and submit an I-751 waiver if your marriage has ended before the 2 years are up, and advises you how to do this yourself and when you need to hire an attorney.
“With the invaluable help of Carl Shusterman’s team my wife and I fulfilled our dream of being together after being apart for several years. The immigration process is a very delicate matter and the paperwork needs to be presented properly, and when it is about being with your loved ones, you should only let the best in the business handle your case.” (More client reviews…)
For more information, please visit our Green Cards through Marriage page.