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Music welcome back to ask my lawyer our exciting YouTube channel and Facebook question and answer video video section I was interested to receive so many great emails from our site visitors congratulating us on this corner because everybody has questions and I'm very happy to answer them and this week we have a question from Imelda from Phoenix Arizona and Imelda is asking the following question the question is my husband is a green card holder he became a greener holder about a year ago and I'm a student I'm an f-1 student if we filed a petition for for the green card am I able to get a work permit and stay in the US and stop going to school again the question is if I marry a permanent resident can I now stay in the US without any other visa living work well unfortunately the answer is no if your husband is just a permanent resident a green card holder the fact that he's gonna file for an i-130 marriage petition for you is not going to allow you to stay in the u.s. because permanent residents are subject to a visa and numerical category which means that they have to wait in line until the visa numbers become current typically they may take up to three years and so in the meantime the spouse of the permanent resident must remain in the US in a different visa category in your case Amanda Imelda it has to be the Sudanese that you have to maintain your student visa while the angle 30 is pending I know it it's really a devastating answer and it doesn't really make sense but that's the reality so a lot of people make mistakes they were thinking that the permanent resident spouses can actually sponsor them but they can't once it becomes a US citizen of course the process is immediate but I assume that he may have to wait longer to get his citizenship if you only go to last year I hope this answer makes sense and if you have any other questions feel free to email us there we'll be more than happy to answer thank you have a great day Music

FAQ

After a US green card holder files the petition for his wife, how long does it take for her to get into the US?
A spouse of a US Greencard Holder is not considered an immediate category, meaning there is a line for getting the immigration visa.According to the May 2016 Visa Bulletin, the applications currently processed were filed in Nov 2014 (August 2014 for those born in Mexico). Add 6-12 months of bureaucracy on top of that, and you get something around two years.
How much time is needed to get approval for a green card holder’s spouse?
The spouse of a US Legal Permanent Resident falls under the F2A category under the annual numerical quota preference system. Based on that preference category, according to the June 2017 visa bulletin (available on the US Department of State website), applications will be processed for those who applied around August 2015 or before.The date of Aug 2015 is called the priority date. The priority date is based on your country of birth (not citizenship) since green cards have numerical limitations and there are quotas for every country. If there are more applicants from one country, then the demand exceeds supply. This results in "retrogression." Simply, it means there is a backlog. The extent of backlog can be seen by knowing what priority dates are being processed.So, back to the visa bulletin.....Priority dates for all the countries (by birth) is Aug 15, 2015. So is for China, India, and the Philippines. The priority date for Mexico is July 22, 2015. The last four countries are usually listed separately since demand from those countries are much higher than the rest of the world, and therefore the priority dates for those countries are retrogressed worse than the rest of the world.
I am getting married to a US green card holder, how much time it will take to get the spouse visa from Pakistan?
About the same time as for a spouse from almost any other country, which is just roughly one year to get a conditional green card, then two years before the conditions may be removed.Short answer is one year, More exact guesstimate depends on whether either or both of the couple is in or out of the US.
Why does green card holder's spouse have to wait so long to apply for the green card?
A2A, As per the spouse visa process, if you file for your wife as a green card holder, you will have to wait approximately 2 years for visa availability. If you are eligible for naturalization (have been a lawful permanent resident for 5 years, meet other criteria), you should apply for it now, and then.Another option will we if your wife getting a work permit and advance parole within 2-3 months, as well as her conditional 'green card" within 4-5 months from the date of filing. For this you can immediately file a combined processing petition.Hope this information will we helpful for or if you want to know more click here.
How much time will it take for a spouse’s visa for a green card holder?
It’s less than 2 years.You can regularly check from what date motions are processed.I wrote a little script and parsed all available data from page : Visa BulletinY axis shows difference in number of months between current bulletin and processing motions in category F2A and X axis shows date of bulletin publication.Sorry that legend is cropped, I created those ( just yesterday :) ) in my native language.
I am getting married to a US green card holder, how much time it will take to get the spouse visa from Bangladesh?
Your spouse as a greencard holder can petition for you and at the current rate it will take about 2 years.They are currently working on cases from July 2015.If your spouse qualifies to be a citizen soon, then the petition can be upgraded to immediate relative of citizen and that should speed it up a bit.
How long after getting my H1B should I wait before asking my employer to file for a green card?
Ah this is a great question!  As someone who has represented both employers and employees in these types of matters, proper timing is key. Think of it as dating. How long after dating someone would it be appropriate to ask them to marry you?  Ask too soon and you might turn them off by being presumptuous. Wait too long and you might lose your chance or they might lose interest. Ultimately, each relationship is different, so the answer is "it depends*," right? Asking your employer to sponsor you for green card can be both daunting and stressful. On the one hand, you want to get started as soon as possible to avoid delays and ensure that you get the green card on time. This is particularly true if you will be in the EB-3 category, or if you are from an impacted country such as mainland China or India.  The sooner you get started, the quicker you will have that green card in hand and your options for future employment, naturalization and the like will open up. It will also give you peace of mind. On the other hand, it is in your employer's best interest to hold off for as long as possible. They want you to stay with them and they want to ensure that you are committed. Employers are acutely aware of the possibility that even after they invest significant time and good money (hello, legal fees!) on you, you may still jump ship and quit as soon as you get that green card.  For this reason, many employers do not even consider beginning the sponsorship process until you are at least half way through your first H-1B. Some push it until the extension (though this is not recommended).My best advice is to evaluate the type of relationship you have with your employer and, if you are comfortable discussing it upfront, do so.  Maybe wait a couple of months to make sure they like you and then bring it up.  Although they cannot force you to stay with the company once you've gotten the green card, you may be able to assure your employer that you are serious about growing within the company and plan to stay for a while. *Mazzeo’s Law: The answer to every strategic question is “It depends.”  Corollary: The trick is knowing what it depends on.
How long will it take for my priority date to become current, my (green card holder) spouse filed for me and our daughter since September 2017?
How long does it take to finally get the GREEN CARD really depends on the Green card type (EB, FB, etc.) ,Priority date and the country of birth.Go to the link below and check which month is being processed by USCIS in this month. If your Priority date is current, talk to your attorney and follow the step by step process. Happy immigration…Adjustment of Status Filing Charts from the Visa Bulletin
I am getting married to a US green card holder, how much time will it take to get the spouse visa from Nigeria?
You can follow the progress of the queues for various categories of US immigration on the monthly Visa Bulletin here:The Visa Bulletin