If my temporary 2 years green card expired and I am divorced, can I still apply for the removal of my temporary green card into a permanent one?

My green card expired last year right before I found out I was pregnant, during those days I haven’t heard any news from my exhusband about the divorce, so I can’t process my papers, I talked to hime online and said yes the divorced was granteed but I didn’t received the divorced papers so still I can’t process my papers without it. So, the reason why I can’t process it, it’s because I have no divorced papers with me, I was pregnant, got fired from y job because my green card expired and lastly, no money.

Asked on August 2, 2012 under Immigration Law, California

Answers:

Harun Kazmi / Kazmi and Sakata Attorneys at Law

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Yes, you can. The USCIS typically accepts late I-751 applications. We would need to put together a strong package detailing the reasons for the delay and proof of the marriage. I have processed many similar cases. Let me know if you would like a free consultation. harun@ksvisalaw.com


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