is this possible? and if so what can i do?? or what does she have to do? if she discontinues her relationship with her husband now will it be possible to continue the fiancee visa and the proses of getting the green card with me? or will we have to start over?
I have never heard of that but here is the number for the immigration department and they have always been very pleasant to answer questions 1-800-375-5283. This number is off of the I-129F instructions. You will have to navigate a menu to get live help but they are there.
Eye> Uhm... wtf? You just stole some girl away from a guy who went as far as applying for the Visa? Now he has to wait 2 more years... geezus... you better hope what comes around goes around doesn't apply to you. ;p
This makes me so angry!!!! i am someone that is trying to get a visa so i am can and live in Australia with my fiancee.... we are very much in love and because its a same sex partnership its so hard to do and people like you fuck up the system and make thing so much harder!!!!!!!
Kerry> Uhm wtf? Just have him... I mean her go to New Zealand and apply for citizenship - Easy if he's... I mean she is from Australia. New Zealand has the most F**Ked up clause, I mean most interesting clause in their Immigration Law that allows same sex partners to be immediately granted residence Visa.
when I lived there it required me to document every single employer on my resume with handwritten signatures on company letterhead to get a work visa into NZ, and a gay person just walked straight in... no problems... imagine that...
anyway, back to your real question. If you met a woman and are in love (and vice versa) there are only three approaches, some more technically legal than others: 1. Have her beg with her current guy and let the original application continue (who knows, she may have paid him in the first place); 2. if there is "hardship" involved, such as him being physically and/or emotionally abusive (would have to be proved by police reports, etc.) immigration would allow her to apply for an immediate green card after she filed for a divorce (you'd need an immigration atty to go over this with you; 3. she'd have to go back from where she came and start the process all over again.
And to Kerryanne - damn; what a waste! smile....TOPGUN!