Divorce is a difficult decision for everyone. Divorce is an especially hard choice for couples when one or both of the spouses are immigrants. According to Asian Journal, the good news is that there are four ways in which divorce can actually help immigrants obtain their green card.
Married daughters and sons of US Citizens
For immigrants who seek legal permanent resident (LPR) status based on a family-sponsored preference (F3) by a parent who is a US citizen – and based on being a daughter or son who is a married 21-year-or-older daughter or sone – there is normally a long time to wait for approval depending on your country of origin. In some cases, it may take decades before your application is reviewed. Your application’s priority date is typically the date your US citizen parent(s) filed your petition.