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    So do you wanna hook up?

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    That it so sad Swissnut; I would give you a sympathy bang because I feel so bad for you and I really mean that from my heart

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  • swissnut
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    Oddly enough, I tend to agree with you on this, Michael. Even in the most acrimonious relationships/marriages, after a reasonable period of time following parties going their separate ways, emotions settle and a certain degree of civility returns. This may not be readily seen but it occurs, if for no other reason that people's emotional investment wanes over time and they are able to look back upon the relationship and focus less on the bad and more on the good times.

    With fraud this is not the case, at least not for the perpetrator. My ex-spouse left the marital home early in the morning one day, purportedly on his way to open our jointly-owned coffee shop. He never arrived; never returned to the home; never uttered a good bye; never spoke to me again; never called; never looked at me again - not even in court when we were required to sign the divorce decree. I have no idea why, as I was the "perfect" victim.

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    I was told by a certain well-known charity that helps foreign women that this was an "INS trick" (When it was called INS). The idea is that the immigrant's real intention will be exposed given the opportunity to leave the spouse with a green card. As we have seen on this board, it seems to work. I do not believe for one second that an immigrant who married in good faith would leave their spouse within two years in such a way that the spouse would not help them complete their paperwork despite the foeigners desire to leave the mariage. I was married before to an American and we remained friends for two years after she left and if she came to me for help for anything today, I would be more than happy to help her. This is the way it is with bonafide marriages. I do not believe for one second that all these spouses that divorce the foreigner all of a sudden and for no reason began abuse the second the immigrant got the green card and are so vindictive that they won't help complete the process unless they were defrauded.

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  • sappyconifer
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    The 2-yr conditional status is awarded at adjustment on marriages that are relatively recent. USCIS reviews after 2 years to get another view of the marriage and to see that the couple have continued to hold themselves out as married. Bona fides of marriages that are young may not be well-enough established at the adjustment phase to be able to gain a definitive view.

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  • sappyconifer
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    Glad to help. A little expressed fact is that although an alien can submit more than one waiver (though there is an inclination within USCIS not to encourage it) all waivers required that the alien demonstrate a bona fide marriage. As such, unless it is an unusual case where the alien's opportunity is constrained by timing of divorce or involves the death of a spouse, what is the purpose of filing more than the one that requests removal of conditions based upon a genuine marriage that terminated in dovorce or annulment? You have to satisfactorily prove a bona fide marriage anyway, in order to prevail on any of the waivers.

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  • Mrs. lonely heart
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    Sappyconifer!

    Thank you so much for all the information you provided.
    I talked to a paralegal and he said that I qualify to apply either filing for waiver of joint-filing requirement after termination of marital bond OR file a waiver as an abused spouse.
    The choice will be a matter of providing enough/strong evidence of the abuse, since I did not place charges against abusive spouse.
    He says backup from psychologists and the restraining order may not be enough.
    The first option seems more appropriate.
    I'll definitely need the help of an immigration as soons as divorce is final.
    Thanks a lot for your help.

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  • susana
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    Thanks, sappyconifer

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  • sappyconifer
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    susana,

    There are no statistics showing that all waivers carry a low success rate. Some are more difficult to receive than others, but it all depends upon the evidence an alien has.

    Pay little attention to Lani. From what I can see he/she often contradicts his/her own statements.

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  • susana
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    Hi,Lani:
    are you sure that the rate of waiver of joint file I751 is very low successful?
    I have the similar situation with this case.

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    A lie is a lie !!

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    Lani says that he used a truck. This is a lie. I doubt that anyone would have enough materials that it would not fit in a flex folder or a trunk of a car quite easily. I doubt that a Federal Building would allow a truck near it. Even in Manhattan, the building is cordoned off with cars and concrete barricades and I am sure that the NJ office where Aguila went to is the same. Any truck parked in Newark would most likely get stolen. How would Aguila carry a "truckload" of papers into the office? I doubt any officer would tolerate that. I believe that the statement that he used a truck is an outright lie !

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  • sappyconifer
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    I think you misunderstood his post. The reference to an I751 that would be voided after submission of a later I751 was toa jointly filed I751. USCIS will automatically void a jointly-filed I751 once they are aware that the parties have divorced.

    The explanation of aguila's approval is here. As you can see he submitted both waivers, but does not indicate which one was successful.

    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums/a/...21#81810950721

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  • sappyconifer
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    from aguila postings, he filed battered self petition and sent tons of tons proofs-full of truck-with his petition.
    I searched the aguila posts and from what I read he filed two waivers. Bona fide marriage that ended in divorce and extreme cruelty. I didn't find a post that indicated which waiver was approved.

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    I have better chances by applying as a battered spouse(mental abuse)
    - Ah the old abuse standby; you are an ugly, disgusting and despicable human being. You deserve a man who really abuses and I know one day you will meet that man and get the whooping you deserve; you are a LIAR, a CHEATER and a FRAUD !!! GET OFF MY BOARD NOW !

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