This is what I thought also. However, HE does not care whether or not he immigrates...and he does have other means to immigrate if he wants to.
He just wants her out of his life, and feels that this is a good way to "get rid of her"...
The sticky situation is that they have been "separated" for about 17 years now, but living separately under the same roof..That situation existed when his inlaws filed, but he just went merrily along not divorcing her.
So my next questions are:
#1. in your opinion....WHAT IS THE LIKELYHOOD OF BEING INVESTIGATED...????PERCENTAGE WISE IF HE FILES ABOUT A MONTH AFTER.
Here is more info. They would both travel to the US to be processed.
She would stay (as she does not work) with her mom, he would go back
as he is the primary breadwinner... and then file in his home countryl....
#2. After a person is processed, can the "green cards" be mailed to two separate addresses in the US???
He wants his mailed to his brother NOT her mother, and she would have hers mailed to her mother's address. (HIS brother is NOT involved in the sponsorship process)