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I've been asked to go to an interview regarding my petition to remove the conditions from my residency. I'm in the process of a divorce and my husband is awaiting trial for domestic assault. We originally filed jointly to remove the conditions and I was waiting to see if the card was granted before the divorce was complete.

Has anyone been in a similar situation? Can anyone give me an idea of what to expect during the interview? I'm terrified!!

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Since you filed a joint petition and are going through divorce, I would send in a letter requesting that you change your Joint Petition into a waiver request.

I would also recommend the advice of a lawyer, since this is a little complicated.

This would be the best starting point:


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