I married a USC in October 2011- Received my CPR in Feb 2012- I divorced her in October 2012. Marriage was in very bad shape. I initiated the divorce as she left me. So in totality i was just married with her for 11 months. In my initial I 751 waiver i submitted many documents like-
1) Joint Bank Statement
2) Lease of Apt
3) Affidavits from my Ex Spouse, Mother in law and my parents, in my favour.
4) Car title with both names we bought
6) Health/Auto insurances
7) electric Bills
8) Toll Tag Bills Joint
I still received RFE about submitting more evidences, which i will be responding in few weeks. I am confused on what my chances are to get approve ? , My lawyer is saying i have a very slim chance and i might get deported as my marriage length was very short. Please advice
How long the marriage lasted is not the issue. Whether the marriage was for love, and not simply to obtain a green card, is.
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Carl Shusterman, Esq.
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