If you marriage ends in divorce , you could still obtain a "good faith waiver" and 10 year green card , if you can show by a preponderance of the evidence hat you entered your marriage in good faith.
Sounds like you will need a US immigration lawyer to help you obtain a visa/ green card.
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Generally, a person who entered the country illegally and is here without proper immigration status must return to his/her home country to file an immigrant visa petition to be able to return to the United States. The problem is, once he/she leaves the country, he/she faces an automatic unlawful presence bar of inadmissibility of 3 or 10 years before they can return (3 years if he/she had been in the U.S. less than 6 months and left voluntarily, 10 years if in the U.S. more than a year)....
You should consult a local immigration attorney who is familkiar with your local office procedures. In general if you are up to date on your installments, you can still naturalize if that is your only "issue"
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Not automatically, but there will be a presumption that your green card was obtained fraudulently . You will need to document your marriage was entered into in good faith
It is very possible to keep your green card, but I would hire a lawyer now to plan the process
1. Since you areworking legally, you can use your income to overcome the affidavit of supprot requirement
2. Sincey ou are living apart, it wil lraise red flags in the eyes of immigraiton as you have the burden to show you are in a bona fie marriage. Thus, you will need to show proof you call, email, text, visit your spouse among the other "requirements" such as co-mingling of assest, pictures, joint taxes etc...
An attorney can heklp you overcome this burden