In regards naturalization based on 5 yrs greencard process?
now my question is will my previous marriage and divorce which is Done back home affect my citizenship in anyways?
1 attorney answer
Yo are in good shape. It does not matter where your divorce was obtained as long as it was legitimate. They might have question about who derived LPR status from whom. but if you were both refugees no problem. four years 9 months after you were granted your green card you can apply for citizenship. put the prior marriage and divorce (have a certified copy of it) and the new one, (take your marriage license) If your want a good Dallas immigration attorney go see Ruth Lane. tom
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