immigration of the bonafide marriage even if the marriage was entered in good faith for her, which is something the USC does not believe in and has sent a letter to the immigration against the immigrant wife with accusations. The immigrant wife does not know if a simple explanation in form of a letter for the immigration with the I751 and perhaps a couple of affidavits by her friends would do it for her. Could it be that a precise explanation of why the marriage fell apart and why there are no documented evidences submitted be any good to her.
Instead of asking these case specific questions in a general forum such as this, your "friend" will be best served in seeking a consultation with, and hopefully retaining a competent immigration lawyer before its too late..
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