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Hi, I just got my green card approved recently. To my surprise, my ex-wife's green card also got approved by USCIS. She is the derivative beneficiary of my application. We divorced August this year and I got remarried prior to my green card application. After divorce, I mailed a copy of the dirvoce decree to USCIS. I have just filed my new wife's 485 application as following-to-join. Now i am worried how USCIS will handle my new wife's case. Do I need to inform USCIS again that I have divorced prior to the green card approval? Is there anything I can do as to my new wife's case? Many thanks for you advice.
1). I petitioned my ex wife. I applied my green card through EB2.
2). I am petitioning my new wife's application.
Many thanks, XXXXX XXXXX a few more follow up questions:
1. I am planning to go to an Infopass and provide the information regarding my ex-wife's green card approval. Do you think this would be a good way to proceed? I tried to call USCIS but they refused to answer any questions regarding to my ex-wife's case.
2. I already sent out my new wife's application without the cover page you mentioned. I haven't got the receipt notice yet. Do you see any reason USCIS will delay my new wife's application?
Great! Thank you so much for your promot reply!
I am already very satisfied. Just would like to know whether i can still follow up with you in the future.
A quick followup question, where should I file for my current wife's 485 as following to join? Should I file to Chicago or Texas?
yes, she is in US, H1B