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hello i got married to a US citizen 3 years ago, and we just got divorced , i was at home for almost 20 months until i received my cr1 and moved to the US ,

i am applying to remove conditions on my CR1 ,

i just have pictures of our wedding, few pictures of our vacations, emails 1 year old when we started dating , emails after we got married and i was at home , affidavits from family and friends , emails and letters from his family , and a affadivit from the owner where we were staying ...

will these documents be enough ? we never had joint accounts or stuff cause he was a student and i was a student too

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hello i got married to a US citizen 3 years ago, and we just got divorced , i was at home for almost 20 months until i received my cr1 and moved to the US ,

i am applying to remove conditions on my CR1 ,

i just have pictures of our wedding, few pictures of our vacations, emails 1 year old when we started dating , emails after we got married and i was at home , affidavits from family and friends , emails and letters from his family , and a affadivit from the owner where we were staying ...

will these documents be enough ? we never had joint accounts or stuff cause he was a student and i was a student too

Are you still married to the USC that petitioned for your I-130? Or are you filing for ROC with a different spouse?


03/21/06- Met online

10/13/06- Met in person (Los Angeles USA) (three weeks)

12/20/06- Met in person (Kuala Lumpur Malaysia) (three weeks)

02/13/07- Met in person (Nagoya Japan) (two days)

06/21/07- Met in person (Portland Oregon (via PDX), USA) (three weeks)

11/30/07- Met in person (Portland Oregon (via LAX), USA) (six weeks)

12/12/07- Got married (In a Light House!!!)

01/18/08- I-130 sent

01/21/08- I-130 received at Chicago Lock Box

02/15/08- Check cashed

02/26/08- NOA1 received (Notice date: 2/12/2008)

02/19/08- Touched

04/23/08- Met in person (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) (one week)

04/30/08- Here I am in USA!!!!

05/19/08- I-130 approved!

05/27/08- NVC received our application and case number assigned

06/02/08- DS-3032 sent & AOS Bill Generated

06/05/08- Paid AOS Bill online

06/16/08- DS-3032 email accepted by NVC

08/28/08- Case completed!

10/21/08- Interview date (Rescheduled by US Embassy- Original date 10/28)-PASSED!!!

10/22/08- Visa in hand!

10/31/08- POE- Seattle, WA

11/12/08- Received SSN in mail!

11/20/08- Got my WA driving license!

I-751

08/03/10- I-751 sent

08/09/10- NOA

08/24/10- Biometrics

10/28/10- Case approved

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the best thing you have is the affidavit from the owner of the property you were renting, assuming that they are an unbiased 3rd party. if that affadavit looks good, and can be bolstered by a few more from people who knew you two as a married couple, then you should be fine. teh more knowledge and less family connection, the better.


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