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Q: Answer to N-400 Application: Part 10 - 9 - B?

I am filing for my citizenship application (N-400). I need to know what should I put in Part 10 - 9 - B of the form "My Prior Spouse's Immigration status when my marriage ended"?

We get married in the US in 2013 in VA (both on J-1 visa). She went back and I applied for Asylum. I got it, then I applied for her to join me in the US. She arrived in the US as "derivative asylee". 2 years later, our marriage has ended in a final divorce (lasted in total 4.5 years). She did not get a Green Card (from my part at least), and I don't her current status or if she is even here of left.

Should I put "other (explain): derivative asylee status"? Should I leave it empty?

What would be the best answer to this question?

Thanks

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Patricia C. Wall-Santiago
Patricia C. Wall-Santiago
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A: It is not expected that you know everything about your ex-wife. So by witting "unknown" should be sufficient and better than leaving the question unanswered.

Good luck!!

Sincerely,

Patricia C. Wall

Practice Limited to Immigration & Nationality Law

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