Divorce after jointly filing for removal of conditions...
Posted 14 September 2012 - 09:07 PM
Posted 17 September 2012 - 01:47 PM
If you did, or she did, try to gather as much info you can from the date you met to the date of the interview.
Do not ommit details of the cheatting and the reasons for you two split up. get as much evidence you can to prove that the marriage was legit and you entered in good faith.
It its inevitable for you to go to the appoiment interview, you can go with out her, this will grant or denied you LPR.
Be honest and explain fully your situation and your decision to continue living in the US.
Hope for the best, if this result of your petition been denied, you will loose the status you are in, then you will
need to get a lawyer to appeal the desicion, it might be a painful process but again, all depends on you and your ability
to comunicate en express your situation in a sincere and humble manner.
I know a case just like yours, and he´s app. got approved...
May God bless you.
Edited by FDuranCol, 17 September 2012 - 01:54 PM.
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