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Asked on: 4/02/13, 2:45 pm

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?

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Answered on: 4/02/13, 2:57 pm by Rebecca White

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.


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Answered on: 4/02/13, 3:52 pm by Marlene Hemmings

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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