She should be Ok, but be aware that iIf the government has reason to believe the marriage wasn't bona fide, and the case comes to their attention, they can initiate proceedings to rescind the green card even after the condition is removed. She should be careful to retain evidence the marriage was bona fide and what was going on that led to divorce just in case it comes up
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Divorce attorney .... she appears to be 'all set' as far as immigration is concerned.
But, she must wait 5 years from the 'resident since' date on the card before she can file for naturalization.
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