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    What is my husbands immigration status?

    my husbands i-94 expired along with his work visa. The forms ask me what is his current immigration status. Where do I find that out ?

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    Well, he is out of status. He should put whatever his status was on the I-94, followed by "(out of status)".
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    This is my personal opinion and is not to be construed as legal advice.

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    I second out of status, or no status.
    Nothing in life is guaranteed, especially anything to do with Immigration.

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