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Hi guys i need your advise, I have a 2 year conditional green card and my 10 year application date in march 2011

My problem is i just found out my husband has been cheating on me for the last year and he wants a divorce my question is can i file for divorce from him and be able to apply for my 10 years on my own or will i be deported. i live in nyc. Am really hurt and confuse cause we have a real marriage.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Gambia
Timeline

Get proof of his cheating before you try for divorce.

This will document that the marriage was real, atleast on your part.

The proof needs to be irrefutable evidence that can hold up in court.

Hearsay is not the strongest of evidence unless he admits to it also.

Once you file for divorce, make sure to document the adultery also. Get your divorce decree and file the I-751 to remove conditions using a waiver.

Send as much evidence as you can that shows you co-mingled and were truly married for marriage sake, not just for a green card.

Good luck.


12/25/2004 - Met my future hubby while on trip to Gambia

12/13/2006 - Married my hubby in Gambia (West Africa)

12/08/2007 - Sent I-130 to Chicago Lock box. USPS Express Mail December 08,'07, 7:44 pm

02/05/2008 - I-130 NOA1 Hardcopy Received in mailbox

05/27/2008 - Filed Expedite Request by phone with CSR

06/01/2008 - Received Denial Email

06/05/2008 - Filed 2nd request

06/23/2008 - Expedite Approved

07/27/2008 - NOA2

10/21/2008 - Case complete at NVC (Technically was expedited to embassy)

11/06/2008 - Interview at Dakar Embassy

11/06/2008 - Notice (show more income evidence from petitioner)

11/07/2008 - Case on hold

11/18/2008 - 2nd Interview Date

11/18/2008 - Notice (Show even more income and ORIGINAL docs now from 1st cosponsor

12/23/2008 - Received email for 3rd Interview scheduled for March 25th, 2009. Bring Pics

01/23/2009- In Gambia with hubby

03/25/2009- Interview

04/09/2009- POE Atlanta (CR-1 Status until 2011)

04/13/2009- husband arrested for domestic violence (Aggravated Assault-Felony)

05/19/2009- Filed for divorce

06/02/2009- Letter sent to immigration detailing abuse & fraud

09/08/2009- Divorce Hearing

09/10/2009- Divorce Trial (Continued)

03/11/2010- Notice To Appear issued

03/22/2010- Divorced

05/18/2010- Deportation Master Hearing

05/18/2010- Deportation Ordered

06/17/2010- Appeal Time Over. ICE picked him up. In Jail

08/10/2010- Another Master Hearing Scheduled. Out of jail.

05/31/2012- Individual Hearing Scheduled

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