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Help me please..I am married in the Philippines to a girl age 21 and she just decided that she doesnt love me anymore in 4 years we are together.....now my question is.I filed for my U.S citizenship and ill be taking my test soon but I already sent my papers with our marriage contract from the Philippines and declared her as my wife. Is there anyways I can change my status either before the test or after the test.She agrees to sign the divorce papers and will not take anything..shes a really nice person just confused with her life right now and i dunt want to bring a person who doesnt really love me here in America. What can i do and howmuch will it cost please help me..i dont know anything...my parents help me with my papers...

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please give me any form number from the pile of 'my papers' ??

You've 3 issues, I think:

1. divorce paperwork

2. immigration paperwork on her

3. citizenship paperwork on you.

1 and 2 not affect 3, but 3 can affect 2, in terms of time of processing.

if you filed an I-130 for her, and it's not gotten to the US Embassy Manila IV unit, you can withdraw the petition wherever it is (USCIS or NVC) by submitting a written letter.

If you filed an I-129F after marriage, then is best to withdraw it now, you don't meet the prerequisites.

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Help me please..I am married in the Philippines to a girl age 21 and she just decided that she doesnt love me anymore in 4 years we are together.....now my question is.I filed for my U.S citizenship and ill be taking my test soon but I already sent my papers with our marriage contract from the Philippines and declared her as my wife. Is there anyways I can change my status either before the test or after the test.She agrees to sign the divorce papers and will not take anything..shes a really nice person just confused with her life right now and i dunt want to bring a person who doesnt really love me here in America. What can i do and howmuch will it cost please help me..i dont know anything...my parents help me with my papers...

There is nothing you need to do with the citizenship application because she is still your wife until your divorce is final.

If you filed an petition on her behalf, you can request to withdraw the petition. Contact USCIS, the NVC, or the US Embassy - whereever the case is currently being handled.

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There is nothing you need to do with the citizenship application because she is still your wife until your divorce is final.

If you filed an petition on her behalf, you can request to withdraw the petition. Contact USCIS, the NVC, or the US Embassy - whereever the case is currently being handled.

What if we are already divorced what can i do next?

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At the Interview you can tell the interviewer that since you filed the paperwork you've divorced.

Regarding the I-130 petition, once you have the NOA1 you will have a case number. Send a signed letter to USCIS at the same address used for the Petition stating that you want to withdraw your I-130 petition, reference the case number and include a copy of the NOA1.

You can also make an info-pass appointment and deliver a copy of the documents in person.

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