Yes, in some circumstances but your should start not from AVVO but a consultation with an immigration attorney.
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You need a good family law attorney and a good immigration attorney to properly protect your legal rights in that above elaborate and rather complex scenario to qualify for subsequent Permanent Lawful Residency after removal of the condition of that temporary LPR.
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I agree with counsel. Contact a local immigration attorney to help you.
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Yes. You will have to show that you are eligible for a waiver if the joint application to remove conditional status. Like all previous answers here, you NEED an attorney for this one.
I agree with my colleagues. Consult an immigration attorney who can facilitate your contact with a family attorney.
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Yes. It is possible, and like others have stated, you need to contact an immigration attorney for a one-on-one consultation.
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I agree with my colleagues, and would add that a good first stop for a consultation would be the Indo-American Center, www.indoamerican.org near California and Devon which can help you with legal referrals and social services.
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