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    bdesire Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Oct 21, 2008, 08:35 PM
    Divorce with conditional green card

    I am married its been almost 2 years and its been 1 yrs and 2 months I am in USA. I have conditional green card of 2 years. Currently living with wife, but its been 1 month we don't have good relationship, She treats me very bad. Even I explain her, try to convince her about any issue, or ask her to discuss the matter she always reject. So I don't what is in her mind.she is like that she don't want me to keep relation with anyone except her and I was rejcting her desire but now she is not accepting my as her husband and I am so tired of her, I want to leave her.

    My question is What if I get separate from her. Still I can get 10 yrs of green card.
    Or Most likely I will file the divorce, Can I still get 10 yrs of divorce or I have to go back to my origin country.?

    We have joint account in two different bank. That's the only proof I have.

    Can I still eligible for green card?? Because now I am sure she will not claim for green card of citizenship

    Please reply
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    EbonieBarbie Posts: 37, Reputation: 1
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    Oct 21, 2008, 09:32 PM
    Unfortunately it will take her signing the finaly form in order for the condition to be released from your green card. If you divorce her before then it will be hard to maintain the green card because it expires if the condition is not lifted from it. You best bet is to hang in there until you all sign the final papers for your citizenship. I know this because I did extensive research because my husband is from a foreign country. There are exceptions but extremely rare and mostly made for abused spouses.
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    lawanwadee Posts: 3,653, Reputation: 124
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    Oct 22, 2008, 09:34 AM

    It is tough situation. When there is condition attached, you would need to fulfill tha requirement, which in this case is remain married with US citizen spouse. If marriage irretrievably broke down, you may file a self petition to remove condition if you have solid proofs that you entered marriage in good faith, you were mentally, physically abused, and being deported would bring extreme hardship to you and your family.

    Each case is different, so even if you retain an attorney, it does not guaranteed 100% approval, the best bet is hang in there until you get the condition lifted.
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    martufella Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    May 8, 2012, 04:32 PM
    If I file for removal of conditional status but then my still spouse demage the biometric invitation letter so that I won't have the document for my appointment at the USCIS. What can I do?
    I filed for the form I-751, he signed but when I left the country (for family reasons), he, got so angry (he has an anger problem) and while my absence when I received the reply form USCIS, he demaged the letter. Will my application be denied then?

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