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I understand her position because like her I don’t have anyone than my husband and his family here in the US. She is NTA to go look for support from her family and take the baby with her … he can visit if he wants ( I am sure the mistress would have a meltdown ) and the baby girl as an American citizen can always move back to the Us or visit as she gets older. I know we’re complete strangers, but if you ever find yourself in need of a support system, shoulder to cry on, or any help in any way, please feel free to Never Underestimate An Old Man Who Works At Monat Shirt contact me. I know what it’s like to feel completely alone and don’t want anyone else to have to feel that way.
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Since her husband had been cheating etc, and they have a child who is a US citizen, she would probably have been able to Never Underestimate An Old Man Who Works At Monat Shirt successfully. Apply to have the conditions removed from her permanent resident status and receive a full green card, if she had wanted to remain in the US. I’m just basing this on my knowledge of adjustment of status and being a conditional permanent resident. I was already in the US on a different visa when I met my now-husband, so I didn’t do a fiancé visa, but I did do adjustment of status through marriage and the rest of it. My thoughts exactly, Saralt. She can raise her child in a place she’s familiar with, with a full supportive family around her…or she can raise the child in a country that isn’t her own, with an abusive husband who has already declared he will put her last.