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Divorce after submitting Form I-751

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My wife is going through the process of obtaining a green card through our marriage. We submitted form I-751 a couple of years ago but have not yet received approval for removing the conditions. Unfortunately we've come to a point where we realize that we don't want to spend the rest of our lives together and have decided that a divorce is our best option. As far as I understand, USCIS is only concerned with making sure the marriage was real (we actually thought we would be together and have tried) rather than just for getting a green card. It was real and really hard to come to the decision we've arrived at, counseling and all.

Does it make sense to wait to file for divorce until the form I-751 process is complete? I can see how it keeps the process simpler, but I'm also concerned how things might look if they investigate our current state and find us separated and intending to divorce.
 


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