marriage. In other words, is it possible to remove the waiver without sending immigration joint bank accounts, tax returns, joint bills and anything like that. The reason why I am asking is because the person I am inquiring about, he does not have any documentation to provide to immigration, but would still like to get his permanent green card by filing his 751. Is it possible to be granted the permanent green card in this case. The couple is divorced now.
How people who live together presumable for two years cause no trance of ever living together?
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There are many different ways to prove that the marriage was bona fide, and sometimes you have to be very creative. To answer your question - yes, it is possible.
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Without submitting any evidence of the bona fides of the marriage, no.
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In certain situations, it is possible to remove conditions on a green card even after a divorce. However, the applicant will still need to establish that the marriage was bona fide. I would advise your friend to retain an immigration attorney who can talk with them about the specifics of their situation and figure out what can be done.