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Divorce after filing 751 jointly

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I've entered into a marriage with an american citizen. It was totally in good faith and everything was working out until this year. My conditional status is expiring this november. Earlier this year, our marriage became unstable, but me and my wife are still friends, so we decided to file 751 jointly and at the same time see if we can work things out. So my 751 is already filed, and according to predictions, I should get a decision/be called for an interview sometime next march.

However, now my spouse needs a divorce. I would love to leave out the reasons why, but for the purpose of this topic lets say it is necessary. I was wondering if anyone could advise me on my next steps (other than getting a lawyer). Do I need to re-file 751 now with a waiver? Or should I just wait for a decision/interview?

She is willing to come to the interview if necessary.

Your suggestions and opinions are greatly appreciated.

Thank you so much,


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