San Anselmo, CA asked in Immigration Law for California

Q: Hello, I have question about visa and green card

I am currently in USA as a Aupair on j1 visa and I want get married with my boyfriend, is it okay to cancel my work and wait until courthouse reopen and than get married? Will I have any problems with government like if they will kick me from country? Or some problem with getting my green card?

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Joseph Gerard Cella
Joseph Gerard Cella
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Fort Lee, NJ

A: Hi. Thank you for contacting Cella & Associates with your immigration inquiry. As long as there is no two-year foreign residency requirement associated with your J-1 status (which their shouldn’t be), and if he is a US Citizen, you should be fine. You should have a consultation with an immigration attorney to make sure there are no other issues.

Joseph G. Cella, Esq.

Cella & Associates, LLC

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