Alex.USA.2017

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  1. Should I give a reason why I withdraw my N-400 application? If so, I should say getting divorce and not eligible for 3 year naturalization?
  2. The reason I am worried because her mom did it already for her ex-husband and USCIS gave her ex a hard time. Her mom told me herself how she made her daughter's life miserable. Terrible people.. No I do not have a kid. If anyone asked me to describe her before marriage I would have said the most innocent girl I ever met in my life. I went through a lot in past 3.5 years with her and her family. They are three sisters and always fight with each other and their parents. They are the most weird people I ever met in my life. Hope God helps me to go through this. Thanks for all the advice and support.
  3. So should I withdraw my N-400 application? I guess that is better than having a denied application.
  4. Yes she did. She has mental problems. That is why her ex divorced her immediately after getting his green card. I wish I knew that before.....
  5. I want to have a written letter that we get this divorce because of her request and ask her parents to sign it too. She does not want to tell her parents that we are getting divorce. She will play a game afterwards that I wanted the divorce. Then her mom will contact USCIS that I got married to her because of green card forgetting the fact that I DID NOT GET IT!! they are very manipulative and always play the victim. They did it to her ex-husband. Looking on the bright side I am happy I am out of this torture.
  6. One more thing..... I will get a lawyer for sure but would like to know what you think! Should I get a letter from my wife and her parents regarding the divorce. My wife was married to an immigrant before me and he divorced her after getting his green card (She drove him crazy...). Her mom told me that she wrote a letter to immigration afterwards and created problems for his citizenship process. These people are horrible and I am afraid they will do anything to hurt me although she wants to get divorce herself. Thanks
  7. Well, I think it is better to get divorced as soon as possible. Even if she wants to come to interview she will act up and put me in worse situation than this. She has psychological issues (tried to jump out of car couple of times while on the road, all her family are fighting together in day to day basis, and lots of other things I cannot share). I have been tortured in this relationship God knows......Abused mentally, emotionally, financially,.... Thanks for the advice.
  8. Thanks for comprehensive answer. I guess my best option is to go through mutual divorce. Note: My wife was introduced to me through a common friend but then during the time we were engaged I saw the real side of her. The same common person told me not to get married to her but I did not listen. What a mistake and what a waste of life.
  9. Thanks for the response. We live in the same house for now. If I get called for an interview and either she does not show up or divorce is not final. then I -751 would be changed from mutual to waiver automatically? I have read that I have to wait till divorce gets final and then I re-file based on wavier.
  10. I am married to US citizen from 2014. Filed to remove condition on March 2016. Received REF on March 2017 (Not enough joint financial documents) Responded to REF April 2017. Got I-551 stamp May 2017. Contacted USCIS to follow up and was told the case has been transferred to local office. I guess it means we will be asked for an interview. Filed for N-400 to expedite the interview on August 2017. Now, US citizen spouse is asking for divorce!! I am waiting for possible interview letter and any day I might get the interview scheduled. She is pushing me to get mutual divorce since it is faster. otherwise the divorce will take over a year since we must spend 1 year separated before filing. Now I am stuck with her wanting divorce and I do not know to agree to get mutual divorce or let her file herself and go through this long divorce process.· If she files for divorce by herself, It will take over a year and half. What will happen to my status with 2 pending immigration cases and pending divorce decree?· How about I agree to get mutual divorce. Then what should I do with my pending I-751 and N-400? Should I go to interview? Will I get into trouble to get mutual divorce?