Q: My wife an I just got separated. She ask for a divorce. Will this affect my outcome for my green card? An she had an
Affair about 2 years ago an with that came a baby. Will i have any parental rights on that baby as well?
A: If you already have a green card you will not have problems with your green card. If you have a conditional green card you can file a petition with USCIS to remove conditions on your green card. An experienced immigration attorney will be able to help you with this process. I suggest you talk to an attorney in private, many attorneys including me offer free consultations.
Regarding custody, only a family law attorney can answer that question. I see that you tagged it properly, let's hope someone answers.
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