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    Some proxy marriages may require proof of consummation of the marriage. In fact the term "spouse" in such proxy unions indicates the necessity thereof. 8 U.S.C. ยง 1101(a)(35).
    Thanks every one for the responses, her arguement was since New York
    being a No-fault state she doesn't want to wait for one year when the
    decision for divorce has been taken. I am exploring all possibilities
    where I will not be in trouble as I dont have any problem waiting for a
    year of leagal seperation.

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    LPR and Divorce in New York

    Thanks every one for the responses, her arguement was since New York being a No-fault state she doesn't want to wait for one year when the decision for divorce has been taken. I am exploring all possibilities where I will not be in trouble as I dont have any problem waiting for a year of leagal seperation.
    I would suggest you to get a NO-FAULT divorce, don't settle for anything
    less than that. What's your wife big rush on it? Will she re-marry
    that soon? Otherwise I don't understand the pressure she is putting on
    you. You do not want to get a DIVORCE DECREE stating that it was your
    FAULT that the marriage failed, a divorce decree is a public record,
    and of course USCIS can connect the dots. When you apply for any
    immigration benefit you must send documentations about your marriage,
    divorce, etc. You are not at risk of losing your green card, but still
    you have a very very tiny percentage of vulnerability if you get a FAULT
    divorce decree. I like to play on the safe side, and you should be too,
    there is no risks involved in doing the LEGAL no-fault divorce...don't
    settle on this one, be strong.

    --
    Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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      LPR and Divorce in New York

      Thanks every one for the responses, her arguement was since New York being a No-fault state she doesn't want to wait for one year when the decision for divorce has been taken. I am exploring all possibilities where I will not be in trouble as I dont have any problem waiting for a year of leagal seperation.
      I would suggest you to get a NO-FAULT divorce, don't settle for anything
      less than that. What's your wife big rush on it? Will she re-marry
      that soon? Otherwise I don't understand the pressure she is putting on
      you. You do not want to get a DIVORCE DECREE stating that it was your
      FAULT that the marriage failed, a divorce decree is a public record,
      and of course USCIS can connect the dots. When you apply for any
      immigration benefit you must send documentations about your marriage,
      divorce, etc. You are not at risk of losing your green card, but still
      you have a very very tiny percentage of vulnerability if you get a FAULT
      divorce decree. I like to play on the safe side, and you should be too,
      there is no risks involved in doing the LEGAL no-fault divorce...don't
      settle on this one, be strong.

      --
      Posted via http://britishexpats.com

      Comment

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