I got my conditional green card as a result of marriage 6 months ago. My husband is now filing for divorce and claims he can "undo" the immigration process so that I lose my green card. The marriage was legitimate and we have two children together. What can I do?
2 Answers from Attorneys
You will need to file the I-751 on your own and be prepared to show the marriage was entered into in good faith. Be sure to save photo albums and shared financial records.
Your husband cannot "undo" anything. Your conditional residency is for 2 years. Before the 2 years terminates, you must file form I-751 & prove to USCIS that you entered into a legitimate marriage with no fraud involved.
If you have 2 children together, make sure you get a good Family Law Attorney too!
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