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05-11-2015, 07:28 PM
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Only you can decide whether you need to end it or not, but you should not let your immigration status be the reason, even partial reason to marry someone - well at least that's why I'm in my situation \

In my experience though, your gut feeling is always right. There have been several times when I've met someone and thought "they seem nice, but this one thing here could really be an issue" and each time that was the issue that ended the relationship.

As far as family goes, one of my siblings married into one of those hostile families and they made life hell.
Mid-40's dreamer (yeah, time flies), aged out of original DACA and didn't have a chance to apply for extended DACA after Republicans killed it on the vine. Have family petition that is now officially current but with past skeletons, is risky to move forward with AOS. Life is on hold for now until laws and/or government becomes more friendly. Life kind of sucks at the moment but like Al Bundy and the mighty cockroach, I survive.
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