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We are international graduate students came to U.S. with F1 visa. My wife applied for divorce case in Texas, the court considered her a resident in Texas and granted her the divorce while the immigration law does not qualify students who hold both F1 or J1 visa for domcile in the U.S., I need help what to do in this case
Yes, I am she is allowed. Her status when she filed was F-1 and untile she got it the status changed to J-1 now.
I think our case it is more related with visa eligibility to domicile. It mean if a visitors hold B1/B2 visa came to US for 7 months then the wife can ask for divorce and stay in the U.S.?
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