Ok so I got married to someone for papers, I am sorry to say I did use her for the green card. I thought I would eventually like her but I didn't. So she divorce me and I got conditional green card. Now I apply to remove condition with waiver based on good-faith marriage. My ex find out I use her and she said she will send letter to immigration that I use her for green card. I was able to gather evidence and kept it with me while we were together (one year). I sent that with my application. We dont have joint taxes but I had joint bills, pictures, lease, bank account. Is that enough? I hope I get my green card I just dont want to be in trouble because my ex say she sent letter..
No one can ever answer an 'is it enough' question ... only the CIS officer reviewing the file can do that.
Meet with an attorney to discuss affidavits.
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Retain an immigration attorney as soon as possible as your case may enter in a very perilous zone which may be more difficult to correct especially if you are filing unilaterally for a Waiver.
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