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Question by Ben
Submitted on 8/5/2003
Related FAQ: Immigration (USA) FAQ: GC and Citizenship questions and answers (part 6 of 6)
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I was married to a us citizen for three years and  have just divorced i have a three year old daughter who is also a American citizen how could i be able to work in America so i could be able to be near my daughter?


Answer by kate
Submitted on 7/6/2006
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call immigration and tell them your situation and you should be able to stay because of your child.  They will tell you the proper forms to get.  You do have some rights.

 

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