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    Hi, I really need someones help. My situation is like this I'm a derived asylee. Asylum was granted in feb 2010.
    Now my husband and I'm getting a divorce and ofcourse I will lose my status, I need to know what I can do to keep my status.
    I've been searching on these forums and came across post saying that I have to file Nunc Pro Tunc. I have no idea how to file it as my husband was granted asylum and nothing really happened to me so what do I put down. I'm really confused and worried.

    I dont have much time and need help soon. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Last edited by elly; 13th April 2012, 11:25 AM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by elly View Post
    Hi, I really need someones help. My situation is like this I'm a derived asylee. Asylum was granted in feb 2010.
    Now my husband and I'm getting a divorce and ofcourse I will lose my status, I need to know what I can do to keep my status.
    I've been searching on these forums and came across post saying that I have to file Nunc Pro Tunc. I have no idea how to file it as my husband was granted asylum and nothing really happened to me so what do I put down. I'm really confused and worried.

    I dont have much time and need help soon. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    If you were granted asylum in Feb 2010 why are you still an asylee in April 2012? You became eligible to file an I-485 one year after grant of asylum.

    Delay the divorce until you BOTH get greencards. Do you two hate each other so much that you can't wait?

    And don't try to say it was too expensive! Asylees seeking adjustment are one of the few who ARE ALLOWED to request a FEE WAIVER and collect public assistance.
    Last edited by BigJoe5; 13th April 2012, 10:34 PM.

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    • #3
      My husband has applied for adjustment of status and waiting on a decision, its been more than a year. we didn't have enough funds to apply for all 3 of us ( our daughter) we could not ask for a FEE WAIVER because his mum had put some properties on his name and we thought that it will cause a problem if we had asked for a waiver. As to if we hate each other so much or not, is none of any ones concern. I asked for help regarding to what I need to do and how to file Nunc pro tunc as I have not been persecuted and dont know what to fill in the I-589 and how to go about it.

      Thank you for replying.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by elly View Post
        Hi, I really need someones help. My situation is like this I'm a derived asylee. Asylum was granted in feb 2010.
        Now my husband and I'm getting a divorce and ofcourse I will lose my status, I need to know what I can do to keep my status.
        I've been searching on these forums and came across post saying that I have to file Nunc Pro Tunc. I have no idea how to file it as my husband was granted asylum and nothing really happened to me so what do I put down. I'm really confused and worried.

        I dont have much time and need help soon. Any help would be appreciated.

        Thanks
        I'm sorry for your circumstances, going through a divorce isn't easy much less when there are immigration consequences.

        I actually received my asylum after filing a Non Pro Tunc petition. I was on my mother's asylum application and after a long story of difficulties I had to file my own petition. However, one thing that's different is my mother's application was never granted and always on pending status. You say asylum was granted, are you sure you need to file your own petition after you have already been granted asylum?

        I think because of the uniqueness of your case you should consult a lawyer, there are a lot of Pro-bono immigration lawyers that can help if funds are an issue.

        I wish you and your family the best on this painful journey.
        Added to Mom's Asylum Application: 1990
        Mom gets PR status via NACARA:5/2005
        Mom's Asylum App withdrawn: 5/2005
        Applied for Asylum self: 6/2005
        Asylum Interview: 12/2006
        Asylum Granted: October 31, 2007
        I-485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS
        Notification Date(ND): January 30, 2009
        Bio Code 3: February 19, 2009
        September 10, 2009 "Card production ordered."
        September 14, 2009: Welcome letter received.
        September 17, 2009: Permanent Resident Card received.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by scully51 View Post
          I'm sorry for your circumstances, going through a divorce isn't easy much less when there are immigration consequences.

          I actually received my asylum after filing a Non Pro Tunc petition. I was on my mother's asylum application and after a long story of difficulties I had to file my own petition. However, one thing that's different is my mother's application was never granted and always on pending status. You say asylum was granted, are you sure you need to file your own petition after you have already been granted asylum?

          I think because of the uniqueness of your case you should consult a lawyer, there are a lot of Pro-bono immigration lawyers that can help if funds are an issue.

          I wish you and your family the best on this painful journey.
          Thank you Scully for replying. My husband is the PA so I am a derived asylee after the divorce comes through since I will no longer be his spouse I lose my status. How did you fill out the form for asylum did you have to show that you were persecuted? I'm so in need of help, just dont know what to do. How do I go about finding Pro-bono immigration lawyers? I've tried searching the net but no success.

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          • #6
            http://www.justice.gov/eoir/statspub/raroster.htm

            http://www.justice.gov/eoir/ocijinfo.htm

            There are additional links at the above to help narrow your search for legal help.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BigJoe5 View Post
              http://www.justice.gov/eoir/statspub/raroster.htm

              http://www.justice.gov/eoir/ocijinfo.htm

              There are additional links at the above to help narrow your search for legal help.
              Thank you BigJoe

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