if you file a i-485 to adjust status and your husband don't show up for the interview what else do you have to do to get your green card?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Hire a Georgia immigration attorney to assist you.
You will not be able to get a green card if your petitioner (husband) refuses to attend adjustment of status interview with you. If you have been petitioned by a US citizen or perm. resident husband, his presence is MANDATORY at the adjustment of status interview. This interview is for BOTH of you to attend.
Why didn't he show up? Are you separated? Is there any kind of abuse and domestic violence? (if yes, there might be another option for you to adjust status).
P.S. For immigration legal matters, an immigration attorney can be from any other State besides Georgia because immigration law is a federal law. It's more important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney, rather than a local but inexperienced one.
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