What would happen to my permanent resident status after a separation?

By EVELYN SMALLWOOD / ATTORNEY

En caso de que me divorcie, ¿podría tener problemas con inmigración? ¿Podría perder mi tarjeta de residente?

Even if you decide to marry again, and you end up filling a request from your new partner, we advise to consult a lawyer. Sometimes there has to be a waiting period between a divorce and the new request.

Rolando asks:
I am married to an American citizen. I got my green card about a year ago. My green card will expire in ten years. I am currently going through a tough time in my marriage and I have decided to leave my wife. If I get a divorce, could I have problems with immigration? Could I lose my green card? Could I loose my permanent resident status?

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