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My employment based card is pending and is about 4 years

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My employment based green card is pending and is about 4 years away at least as we are in Eb3 category from India.
Issue is me and my wife want to separate. She will lose her EAD if we Divorce as I am the primary applicant. We are residents of NJ and want to see if she can retain her immigration status if we do either of the following
1. NJ bed and board divorce
2. Financial settlement.
3. Post Nup aggrement.
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  Judith replied 1 month ago.

What is a bed and board divorce? I am an immigration attorney and never heard of such. Does it involve a separation agreement?


Customer: replied 1 month ago.
It's NJ law. Bed and board. Yes there will be physical separation.
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Hi any update.
Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Why have you taken up this if you are not able to answer in time
Expert:  Edward Young replied 27 days ago.

Hi there, I’m ***** *****, and I am a licensed immigration attorney. I see you’re asking about an EB-3 issue. I think I can help you, as I have over 30 years of experience in this area and have helped many people with their immigration issues.

Are you and your wife currently living together?

Customer: replied 27 days ago.
Customer: replied 27 days ago.
No we are not.

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