Morrisville, NC asked in Immigration Law and Child Custody for North Carolina

Q: Hi I wanna check my wife is on H4 i need to cancel

In July there was a domestic violence case against her i had filed where she had physically abused me. I had withdrawn the case and she was asked to go for counseling classes for a year.since she was pregnant considering she would change are being in jail. But i dont see any change in her now she verbally abuses. I do not want her to be here with me. But i have one son which i do not wanna give her and we are expecting one in early next month.

1 Lawyer Answer
Kelli Y Allen
Kelli Y Allen
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: I'm not sure what your exact question is. I recommend contacting a family law attorney to deal with the custody issue first. If you decide to divorce, that will resolve the H-4 issue as she would not longer be an eligible derivative.

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