Hello, I want to inquire about my case. Me and my husband are having some problems in our marriages. And I am under 2 years conditional greencard the expiration will be next year 2017 november. He kick me out in our apartment and not supporting me after that. He cheated on me and commit adultery. I am now staying with my friend in another state. I am scared what might happen in my greencard. Can u help me? Can I work here in another state temporarily?
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90 days before the conditional greencard expires, you need to file form I-751 with a request for a waiver of the joint filing requirements & a detailed statement describing the good faith marriage with supporting evidence. I highly recommend seeking legal assistance to ensure you file everything required so you don't lose your legal status. Good luck.
You may request for a waiver of joint filing of I-751 based on battered spouse. We suggest you to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss your options.
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