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Must we show our prenup agreement to the immigration office/officer?

Pre-nuptial agreements are common in the US. Having one is not of itself a problem in a green card application, nor in a marriage. Their existence is not published, nor made available to any ...
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Must we show our prenup agreement to the immigration office/officer?

Prenuptial agreement is no-one's business but yours. It will only ever be shown to anyone other than you and your attorneys in case of a divorce (and even then may still only remain between you and ...
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Should foreigners file divorce in the US if they would do it in their home country's embassy in the US?

1- Should the dependent person (F-2 visa holder in this case) leave the US as soon as the divorce is accepted in their home country? "Accepted" means finalized? Then yes, since your ...
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Can a f-2 visa holder request for status termination to re-marry a US citizen?

You cannot be married to two different people in the US, it's a crime (it doesn't matter where you've gotten married). So you'll have to divorce your current spouse (the F-1 holder), and as a ...
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Will F-2 visa holder lose her/his status the day s/he files divorce/summery dissolution?

Generally, the two people remain legally married until the divorce is final. So the F-2 spouse can continue to be on F-2 status while the divorce is pending. And neither spouse can re-marry while the ...
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