what hapens if the naturalization request is rejected to my LPR status
I don't understand the question.
Who is applying for naturalization?
What isn't your husband telling?
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If your husband's information is missing from the Form, there may be questions about the validity of the marriage during the N-400 interview. This is assuming you adjusted status on the basis of marriage to your husband. You would be well advised to talk this over with an immigration attorney.
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You ought to know your husband's basic information. As for what happens if your N4-00 application is denied, you remain an LPR, unless some information about you, such as the existence of a criminal record, leads them to initiate removal proceedings.