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    I have conditional greencard obtain due to marriage with USC in January 2005.I will have to
    apply for removal of condition immidiately from now.
    I need your advise and openion from you this regard.
    Marriage is genuine and was in good faith.The
    problem is that my USC spose , who is residing at my home at my home country, refuses to return to US for now. She do not say she will not return to US for ever, but she says not now.

    I have try to convince improtance of removal of
    condition but she is no mood to return to US for
    time being(reason being not treated by her relative well when we were in US January 2005 together and return in april 2005 after bad experiance to her on her instistance.).We are living together since 2003 May.

    Now what I should I do?Do I apply waiver or
    jointly also If she do not return to US if ask for interview?
    Also I have been out of US for most of time, does this will effect in my case?

    I have following evidence for genuineness of
    marriage.
    I have my marriage certificates,
    photographs of marriage ,
    couple of holidays photos,
    travel together to and fro US tickets and boarding pass,
    her residency permit of my country has my address,
    joint credit card of my home country's bank, joint savings and checking a/c in bank of america's US's branch,
    greetings card she wrote to me on my birth
    day and vellentine's day.

    showing her as benificiary in my travel insurance,

    her certified mail redirected (from her before marriage address in my home country ) to my/our home as her new address in my home country, etc.

    I do not have following
    Joint lease agreement, utility bill , car etc. as we lived most of time out of US.

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    I have conditional greencard obtain due to marriage with USC in January 2005.I will have to
    apply for removal of condition immidiately from now.
    I need your advise and openion from you this regard.
    Marriage is genuine and was in good faith.The
    problem is that my USC spose , who is residing at my home at my home country, refuses to return to US for now. She do not say she will not return to US for ever, but she says not now.

    I have try to convince improtance of removal of
    condition but she is no mood to return to US for
    time being(reason being not treated by her relative well when we were in US January 2005 together and return in april 2005 after bad experiance to her on her instistance.).We are living together since 2003 May.

    Now what I should I do?Do I apply waiver or
    jointly also If she do not return to US if ask for interview?
    Also I have been out of US for most of time, does this will effect in my case?

    I have following evidence for genuineness of
    marriage.
    I have my marriage certificates,
    photographs of marriage ,
    couple of holidays photos,
    travel together to and fro US tickets and boarding pass,
    her residency permit of my country has my address,
    joint credit card of my home country's bank, joint savings and checking a/c in bank of america's US's branch,
    greetings card she wrote to me on my birth
    day and vellentine's day.

    showing her as benificiary in my travel insurance,

    her certified mail redirected (from her before marriage address in my home country ) to my/our home as her new address in my home country, etc.

    I do not have following
    Joint lease agreement, utility bill , car etc. as we lived most of time out of US.

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    • #3
      As I see it, you're just showing her how really this marriage was more about your GC than anything else. You're, at any cost, trying to force an issue beyond your control, and still want to get over on it on your own.

      You set yourself up, for your own failure. You don't even maintain, nor haven't maintained residence EVER in the US, yet you want to take advantage of US residence.

      I think you're screewed big time.

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