It is possible, but I-751 waivers are NOT easy and should be handled by an attorney. From the facts you have stated here, it appears that your case will be particularly difficult due to the extremely short duration of your relationship and that fact that your ex-wife filed a report with immigration. Even if you have already filed for the waiver, it would be wise to involve an immigration attorney as soon as possible.
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