Visa overstay and PR spouse

Old Apr 11th 2001, 8:50 am
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James Donovan
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Hello.

I need to find out something. I entered the US 2 years ago on a visitor visa
(B2) and overstayed. I am still in the US. My girlfriend is a conditional permanent
resident, she's filing to remove the conditions of her residence in march 2002.
She gained her residence through her husband, who is a US citizen. After she
gets her permanent green card she will divorce her husband and marry me.

Question....

Can I adjust status by marrying her and her petitioning for me?

I need to know if i can do this.

Thanks.

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Old Apr 11th 2001, 10:16 am
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Fergus
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Looking for trouble-- arenn't we?

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Old Apr 16th 2001, 3:52 pm
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She cannot file a petition for you for atleast 5 years, if she got her Green Card
through marriage!!!!! This is on the I-130 form instructions. Pay attention to
section E.

Your cannot file for people in the following categories:
A. An adoptive parent or adopted child, if the adoption took place after the child
became 16 years old, or if the child has not been in the legal custody and living
with the parent(s) for at least two years.
B. A natural parent if the United States citizen son or daughter gained permanent
residence through adoption.
C. A stepparent or stepchild, if the marriage that created this relationship took
place after the child became 18 years old.
D. A husband or wife, if you were not both physically present at the marriage
ceremony, and the marriage was not consummated.
E. A husband or wife if you gained lawful permanent resident status by virtue of a
prior marriage to a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident unless:
1) a period of five years has elapsed since you became a lawful permanent
resident; OR
2) you can establish by clear and convincing evidence that the prior marriage
(through which you gained your immigrant status) was not entered into for the
purpose of evading any provision of the immigration laws; OR
3) your prior marriage (through which you gained your immigrant status) was
terminated by the death of your former spouse.

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