Q: For filling I 130 for my current husband i need to provide information for my pervious marriage that it was bona fide.
I got my green-card based on marriage and i got divorce 4 months ago because of different factors. We were married for 2 years and 8 months and my first greencard issued for 10 years.
Now after my divorce i Got married to my best friend and apply for his greencard . He is here in USA and have status for coming years based on his PHD degree.
For filling I 130 for my current husband i need to provide information for my pervious marriage that it was bona fide.
Since i got divorce from my Ex i have only bank statements from past and car lease payments and joint bank account to the last day of our marriage.
Do you think they are enough evidence?!
Any recommendations for my case?!
FYI I got my green-card about 7 months ago.
A: If you have a ten year green card, and your husband has separate status, I'm confused as to why you are filling out any sort of marriage based application for either of you. Does he (new husband) not have a green card? If he has a PhD can he not self-petition? If he can go that route, that is much more recommended in your situation. You really should go see an attorney to talk about this whole situation. Your last marriage is definitely about to be heavily questioned if you file this petition for your new husband.
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