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I am a conditional permanent resident and the time to apply to have the conditions removed from my residency is approaching, however my husband and I are breaking up. We entered the marriage in good faith, but things just didn't work out between us. Is it possible I could still apply to have my conditions removed and the government would understand my dilemma and not deport me? Or, what are my options for remaining in the US in my current situation? If I have to return to my country life would be very hard for me.

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hi

file for divorce, you can file for removal of conditions as divorced with a waiver

you will still need to prove that your marriage was entered in good faith, so gather everything you've got in both names since you've married

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I agree with aleful, you can still file for the ROC, but collect and provide as much commingling information as you can, of course, your divorce proceedings may provide a lot of that information as well.

Good Luck!

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You pretty much have to collect the same bunch of evidence that you entered the marriage in good faith when you file for ROC with a divorce waiver as you would had you decided to stay married, if that helps.

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