Provo, UT asked in Immigration Law and Divorce for Utah

Q: Can I go to my adjustment of status interview without my wife?

Hello!! I’ve really concerned about a couple things that are going on in my life right now. So, talking to a friend of mine. My concerns came up and he suggested me this place. So, I would love to ask you a couple questions and give you a little idea of what’s going on. Anyways, here is the situation. My wife and I got married on February 2, 2018. We are LDS so we got sealed at the Logan temple. We started having marital problems a month ago and she start being really manipulated. She willl cry for everything so I can do whatever she desire and want. Anyways, she has left me three time so far, but the first two times she never took her stuff away. I always tried to work things out and make her happy but she was never happy with me and ever time she told me she was gonna kill herself because she was not happy with this relationship. I did try to go to our religious leader and get some advices.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Carl Shusterman
Carl Shusterman
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Los Angeles, CA

A: Since your wife is sponsoring you for a green card, it is required that both of you attend the interview.

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