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    hi i have some question i married my wife couple of years ago and i was granted a conditional card she ended up divorcing me this feb before our anniversary which is march my card expires oct 10 03 and i still havent filed the papers to remove my status the paper was signed by her long time ago and i have it i was just wondering if i should just file it or check a different box (divorced) ... anyway my marriage was in good faith but we didnt get along and we got divorced i have lots of pictures bnk accounts, etc no taxes together and not that much paper on both our names but i have cards holidays etc. and the reason we didnt get a long cause i caught her cheating one time and decided to forget about it and then she left me and moved somewhere else and then got pregnant with someone else and later on i got a divorce papers on mail please help need advice soon as possible thanks

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    hi i have some question i married my wife couple of years ago and i was granted a conditional card she ended up divorcing me this feb before our anniversary which is march my card expires oct 10 03 and i still havent filed the papers to remove my status the paper was signed by her long time ago and i have it i was just wondering if i should just file it or check a different box (divorced) ... anyway my marriage was in good faith but we didnt get along and we got divorced i have lots of pictures bnk accounts, etc no taxes together and not that much paper on both our names but i have cards holidays etc. and the reason we didnt get a long cause i caught her cheating one time and decided to forget about it and then she left me and moved somewhere else and then got pregnant with someone else and later on i got a divorce papers on mail please help need advice soon as possible thanks

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    • #3
      Check the box that says taht you are applying in the basis of a good faith marriage that ended through divorce.

      Separately write a letter explaining the late filing due to the fact that you were in divorce proceedings and wanted to have divorce final before filing. Don't forget to submit your divorce decree.
      File immediately, since filing LATE is a very bad thing, but you have a very very good excuse that were in divorce proceedings.

      GOOD LUCK

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      • #4
        what are my options incase they dont grant my case....

        and what else do i need for filing this paper? pics. bank statements etc..

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        • #5
          Put together as much evidence as possible, pictures, bank statements, bills under both names, correspondence that came under both names, etc...
          They will interview you, and if they denied you, you must APPEAL, but that could be a very painful process, so is very important to put as much evidence as you can now.
          Could you tell me in which, State do you reside, I wonder what ground your wife used to divorce you.
          And which is your Service Center?

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          • #6
            i live in california sacramento

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            • #7
              Do you know in what ground did your wife file for Divorce? How long did you guys live together after you receive your Conditional Green Card (that is one of things they look at)
              At the interview don't mention the facts like you did here, because it seems that you did not care about your marriage, and didn't do anything to sort things out.
              Not having the taxes together is VERY BAD, and be prepared to give a good answer if they ask you about, a good answer might be that the tax preparer recommended you to file separately because you were going to get a bigger refund.
              Try to get an affidavit from her, stating that you guys were married, and after trying to work things out did not work, that it was a good faith marriage and never serve the purpose of circunventing immigration laws.
              Also try to get affidavits from as many people as you can stating that they had knowledge that you were married, and were a happy couple until one day they got to know that your wife left you alone, and you suffered a lot etc"
              Affidavits MUST BE NOTARIZED.

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              • #8
                she checked the box dissolution of marriage is that good or bad

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                • #9
                  and we lived together about a year or so..

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                  • #10
                    and i dont think i can get an affidavit from her since i dont know where she lives now no contact what so ever

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                    • #11
                      If you live a year together after you got your conditional green card you are FINE.
                      That is a good amount of time.
                      DON'T CARE ABOUT WHAT BOX SHE CHECKED, YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN NOW THEREFORE DON'T NEED HER AT ANYTHING ON THE APPLICATION, DON'T NEED HER SIGNATURE.
                      When you apply for the WAIVER, SHE MUST NOT SIGN.
                      Is not BAD OR GOOD, you MUST PROVE THAT YOU HAD A BONA FIDE MARRIAGE.

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                      • #12
                        so what are my chances of getting aproved ??? i can get most of the papers u ask for and some sigantures from my friends just need to notorazed it ...

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                        • #13
                          You have pretty good chances of getting approved.
                          You have GREAT chances, BUT play the game of "POOR ME" my wife left me, and I am still in love with her stuff like that, otherwise you might be denied...of course then you can appeal but it is much much harder.
                          I wish you the BEST!!!!!!!!!

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                          • #14
                            thanks for the help i apreciate it ill try to follow ur advice as much as i can thanks agaon...ill let you know the outcome

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                            • #15
                              I would apprieciate if you let me know the outcome.
                              I have a very complicated situation with my I-751 too...
                              Everything is going to be allright...FILE IMMEDIATELY, get those affidavits ASAP, and don't FORGET to write a letter explaining the REASON OF YOUR LATE FILING.

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