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Divorce: Can it place an immigration legal status at risk?

Many households in Texas include married couples where one person is a U.S. citizen and the other is not. In fact, many immigrants use their marriages as bases to apply for green cards. Sometimes, the U.S. government suspects married couples of fraud, meaning they entered marriage for the sole purpose of helping the non-citizen spouse obtain permanent residency in the United States. Couples whose relationships are legitimate may also still encounter legal status challenges, especially if they later divorce.

Approaching divorce with confidence is possible with preparation

When two people in Texas decide to get divorced, they may think about how the process will impact all parties involved. This is particularly true for those with young children. However, taking a couple of key steps may help them to approach the divorce process with confidence from day one.

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