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Does any one here hold a " Conditional Resident Card " also known as " temp green card" which he got it through his marraige to a us citizen wife , and he divorced her before he filed " I-75" to

remove conditions on his resident ? .

I would like to talk to some one with same situation to help me ??????????? thank you

I am here 7 month ago and we were married 2 years ago but out side the states

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Does any one here hold a " Conditional Resident Card " also known as " temp green card" which he got it through his marraige to a us citizen wife , and he divorced her before he filed " I-75" to

remove conditions on his resident ? .

I would like to talk to some one with same situation to help me ??????????? thank you

I am here 7 month ago and we were married 2 years ago but out side the states

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Does any one here hold a " Conditional Resident Card " also known as " temp green card" which he got it through his marraige to a us citizen wife , and he divorced her before he filed " I-75" to

remove conditions on his resident ? .

I would like to talk to some one with same situation to help me ??????????? thank you

I am here 7 month ago and we were married 2 years ago but out side the states

Right, posting your question on the forum will help others that might have the same questions as you do.


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Does any one here hold a " Conditional Resident Card " also known as " temp green card" which he got it through his marraige to a us citizen wife , and he divorced her before he filed " I-75" to

remove conditions on his resident ? .

I would like to talk to some one with same situation to help me ??????????? thank you

I am here 7 month ago and we were married 2 years ago but out side the states

Hey friend..I am also in same condition...but the only difference is-My wife wants to separate(not divorce..it will be afterone year),it is rule right?you must live separate for one year and then you can file divorce.We got married in Jan-06 and I am here since June...so I don't know now what to do and also looking for a person who is in same situation so that atleast keep in touch like this and know how things should be done.Where do you stay?my mail-rockrus@inbox.ru if you wish to write me.keep in touch.good luck.

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