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Question about the i-751

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I received my conditional green card in August 2008 through marriage to a US citizen(married Mar 2007). In July 2010, I filed to remove those conditions, was still married to the US citizen. In May 2011, we seperated, we are still married, but fight so much that it is completely awkward being aorund each other now. He does not want a divorce, however I do as I don't think there is anything that can repair the relationsip.

Anyhow, they are finally working on my I-751 now and I have an interview scheduled next week(I just found out about the interview today as I went in the local office to check on my status). I don't want to lie to them and have him come in with me to the interview and pretend like everything is happy, when it is not. But I worry if I tell them the truth, then my case will be denied and I will placed in removal proceedings.

I must note that we still have ties to each other, his health and car insurance are still covered under my policies and the car he drives is in my name.

Any suggestions on what to do? I am torn.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Not an AOS question, moving to the ROC forums from the AOS forums.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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I received my conditional green card in August 2008 through marriage to a US citizen(married Mar 2007). In July 2010, I filed to remove those conditions, was still married to the US citizen. In May 2011, we seperated, we are still married, but fight so much that it is completely awkward being aorund each other now. He does not want a divorce, however I do as I don't think there is anything that can repair the relationsip.

Anyhow, they are finally working on my I-751 now and I have an interview scheduled next week(I just found out about the interview today as I went in the local office to check on my status). I don't want to lie to them and have him come in with me to the interview and pretend like everything is happy, when it is not. But I worry if I tell them the truth, then my case will be denied and I will placed in removal proceedings.

I must note that we still have ties to each other, his health and car insurance are still covered under my policies and the car he drives is in my name.

Any suggestions on what to do? I am torn.

Why if you filed 2 years ago are you only hearing about ROC now? This is REALLY delayed... He SHOULD come with you to the interview, you will be denied without him. You don't need to play happy families, in fact you can admit that you are presently separated since X date (legal or non-legal?) but you need only prove that you HAD or HAVE a bonafide marriage so gather all the evidence you can from the time you were together.

Why didn't you contact someone like your senator congressman about the delay? Why didn't you file for N-400 to speed up the process (if you wanted to file for USC that is)? It's very very strange that it's taken 2 years... in fact... I'd consider a lawyer.

Please can someone respond? This poll has had 81 views and no response except for the guy stating he has moved my post.

just because people view your post doesn't mean they have the answer you need.

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They stated I had not paid for the form when I sent it in. So they administratively closed my case. I had to go and obtain a copy of the money order and that it was cashed by them before they finally decided to reopen it. That took them almost a year to do all that.

I thought you had to have the conditions removed before filing for citizenship, I only learned this week that I could've filed for my citizenship already.

Contacted my congressman and never got a response from them. Sucks I know.

He agreed to go, and I will just tell the truth.

Thanks for the help.

Why if you filed 2 years ago are you only hearing about ROC now? This is REALLY delayed... He SHOULD come with you to the interview, you will be denied without him. You don't need to play happy families, in fact you can admit that you are presently separated since X date (legal or non-legal?) but you need only prove that you HAD or HAVE a bonafide marriage so gather all the evidence you can from the time you were together.

Why didn't you contact someone like your senator congressman about the delay? Why didn't you file for N-400 to speed up the process (if you wanted to file for USC that is)? It's very very strange that it's taken 2 years... in fact... I'd consider a lawyer.

just because people view your post doesn't mean they have the answer you need.

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