hi i have lived in US the last five years or more .being married to my wife from here for over five years..how do I stand legally if we divorce and also my passport is out of date and i am a perminent resident of USA do i get my usual Brisitish passport or a duel one over here.thanks
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Thank you for giving me the opportunity to assist you. I encourage you to ask me for clarification, if you are not clear with my Answer.Could you clarify?Are you asking about your status as a Permanent Resident after your divorce?When did you get married?When you did you get your Permanennt Resident Card?
yes will i still be perm resident if and when we get divorced..i have been perm resident since 2007..married for 5 years..got married 2007...also need to know if i get a normal british passprt from uk or do i file for one over here?..thnx
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yes will i still be perm resident if and when we get divorced.. i have been perm resident since 2007..married for 5 years..got married 2007... Response 1: Yes would be. Your divorce would not revoke your Permanent Resident Card. also need to know if i get a normal british passprt from uk or do i file for one over here?..thnx Response 2: You have get a "normal British Passport." You are only a resident of the United States and not Citizen of the United States.
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