Can the Daughter of a U.S. Citizen Get Her Green Card Faster After Her Divorce?
A good-faith divorce moves the immigrating child of a citizen into a higher visa preference category.
I became a U.S. citizen a few years ago, and filed a visa petition (Form I-130) for my daughter in Malaysia, who is was married at the time. Her marriage has since fallen apart, however, and the divorce was just finalized. Will her “unmarried” status help her get a green card any faster? If so, what do we do to make this happen?