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I get conflicting info regarding this. It does make sense, though, that the if the card is granted based on the condition of being married to US citizen and that marriage ends in divorce within the 2 year period. then, subsequently, the status of that person ends with the finalization of the divorce. I was told by a lawyer a while ago that not many know or realize this, but the USCIS can revoke the status once the divorce is finalized assuming if they find out about it prior the person filing for I-751. So I would like to hear more answers to this in this site because it is truly confusing
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