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Hello, 

I came to the United States in February of 2015 on a K-1 Visa. I filed the removal of conditions in September of 2017. A few months after that I found out my US citizen had been having an affair, and then I demanded for answers from him. He became abusive, and now we are divorced and he was charged with a gross misdemeanor for the abuse. I have not sent the papwerwork for the divorce yet because I have to go to my county and request a cerified copy of my divorce decree, but does anyone know how to adjust my initial application? Thank you

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35 minutes ago, gissynicaragua said:

Hello, 

I came to the United States in February of 2015 on a K-1 Visa. I filed the removal of conditions in September of 2017. A few months after that I found out my US citizen had been having an affair, and then I demanded for answers from him. He became abusive, and now we are divorced and he was charged with a gross misdemeanor for the abuse. I have not sent the papwerwork for the divorce yet because I have to go to my county and request a cerified copy of my divorce decree, but does anyone know how to adjust my initial application? Thank you

please forgive me I am a little confused, you went all the way back to your country to file for divorce, but you never took back with you a certified copy of said decree? 

 

why did you not just file for divorce in your city and state that you live in here in USA?

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On 12/11/2018 at 1:29 PM, gissynicaragua said:

I think you miss read my information. I said county. My court house is far away from where I live and I never have time to go to get it. I'm still in the US.

You have to send a letter to USCIS requesting to change your application to waiver and explain to them what happened to your marriage, you can also include additional evidences as back up as to why the marriage failed, don't forget to attached your I-751 receipt to your letter when you send it so they can easily pull up your application.

Mentioned to your letter that the divorce is not  yet final and you will send to them once you I have the final divorce decree. 

Good luck and hope this helps.


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On 12/12/2018 at 2:51 PM, Lemon23 said:

You have to send a letter to USCIS requesting to change your application to waiver and explain to them what happened to your marriage, you can also include additional evidences as back up as to why the marriage failed, don't forget to attached your I-751 receipt to your letter when you send it so they can easily pull up your application.

Mentioned to your letter that the divorce is not  yet final and you will send to them once you I have the final divorce decree. 

Good luck and hope this helps.

Thank youuuuu!

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