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    have interview in 3 weeks. me and wife separated and infact she has filed for divorce which is process. Now anyone have an idea what to do at the interview , what to carry and what the possible outcome are?
    I would also appreciate if anyone can refer me to similar removal of conditions interviews experiences .

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    have interview in 3 weeks. me and wife separated and infact she has filed for divorce which is process. Now anyone have an idea what to do at the interview , what to carry and what the possible outcome are?
    I would also appreciate if anyone can refer me to similar removal of conditions interviews experiences .

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    • #3
      Target u originally posted same type question:

      Posted July 22, 2006 12:57 PM
      I have a removal of conditions interview coming up and my wife has currently filed for divorce. could anyone give me advice on how to go about the interview or what the options are and what posible outcome is posiible.

      I am getting the impression that it will be an automatic denial and so I am wondering what the timeline of events after such a determination are?
      Posts: 2 | Registered: July 20, 2006

      Antifascist1
      Member
      Posted July 22, 2006 01:00 PM
      Your assumption is wrong ("an automatic denial") .

      What matters is whether you entered bona fide marriage (in good faith).
      The rest is routine.

      There are a lot of threads, even in this forum, dealing with it.

      You can also 'google' for and read expert opinion of Cyrus Mehta,Esq. on the subject matter.

      Good luck,

      IE
      Posts: 2187 | Registered: March 11, 2006

      tegut
      Junior Member
      Posted July 22, 2006 02:00 PM
      antifascist , thank you for the info.
      that is encouraging as after speaking to my attorney he said that when one appears for the interview without the spouse and the divorce has not been finalized then they will deny and then begin proceedings .
      Posts: 2 | Registered: July 20, 2006

      Antifascist1
      Member
      Posted July 22, 2006 02:06 PM
      I hope you have a good attorney and he knows what he is talking about.
      If it be the case then follow his advise.

      However, my personal understanding is that to have 'I-751/removal of conditions' approved you must show that you entered marriage in good faith.

      What if you lived happily until the day before interview and at that very last moment you had an argument that has led to ultimate split, no USC spouse show at interview and divoirse?
      Does that mean your I-751 will be automatically denied, as opposed to someone who argued/separated and divorsed 30 days after marriage and had enough time to finalize divorce?

      Does that make sense to you?

      In any case, I wish you good luck and suggest you 'google' the subject for your own good (I am not interested in matter, so won't waste much time attending to it, but it shouldn't be too difficult for you to do it yourself if you spend little time on it).

      IE
      Posts: 2187 | Registered: March 11, 2006

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      • #4
        Now in different thread u are asking this??



        Junior Member
        Posted July 29, 2006 02:42 PM
        anyone know how the divorce decree affects the removal of conditions
        Posts: 4 | Registered: July 20, 2006




        So is there a divorce pending now? Or is there a final divorce decree



        Stop making all these different threads and try to get straight facts in one thread so you can get proper advice!

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        • #5
          antifascist , thank you for the info.
          that is encouraging as after speaking to my attorney he said that when one appears for the interview without the spouse and the divorce has not been finalized then they will deny and then begin proceedings .
          Posts: 2 | Registered: July 20, 200

          Dude.. You should listen to your lawyer and not to someone on a board that you do not know that has directly contradicted your lawyer.. because thats the answer/advice you wanted to hear.


          Your joint petition is going to be denied ! just like your lawyer told you.

          Now tell us the facts and we will advise you what to do. stop dribbling little peices here and there.

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          • #6
            This ****ster is fraudster !

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