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I have a lawyer who has told me that I should have no problems but it would be nice to hear from anyone else who had been threw this situation.

My buddy is letting me use his log in name as I was asking about this situation and he said to post on visa journey, as he sorted his situation out.

I have a CGC and am divorced I am going to remove the conditions self petition BUT have reconciled with my hubby and we are living together as man and wife again.

Anyone ever heard of this happening please :star:

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I have a lawyer who has told me that I should have no problems but it would be nice to hear from anyone else who had been threw this situation.

My buddy is letting me use his log in name as I was asking about this situation and he said to post on visa journey, as he sorted his situation out.

I have a CGC and am divorced I am going to remove the conditions self petition BUT have reconciled with my hubby and we are living together as man and wife again.

Anyone ever heard of this happening please :star:

Yes, it has happened before. What did your attorney advise? One thing's certain, you should have no problem getting new hubby/old hubby to vouch for the first/second marriage as corroboration for the waiver ;)


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He said pretty much what you said and laughed.

But I do not want to re-marry him yet I want to make sure that all is well first for the long term.

Do you think they will let me self petition or refuse it.?

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He said pretty much what you said and laughed.

But I do not want to re-marry him yet I want to make sure that all is well first for the long term.

Do you think they will let me self petition or refuse it.?

You will be required to self-petition (or, in layman's terms, file the waiver) as the marriage through which you adjusted status has been terminated. The fact that you reconciled and re-marry does not alter the process determined by the termination of your marriage prior to the permanent green card being awarded.

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