And why exactly do you need that list? If you are trying to assess the chances for your own case, I suggest you consult with a reputable Immigration attorney in your area. The case might present more issues that you are not aware of. Good luck.
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I suggest you call the fraud investigators with USCIS. Good luck.
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You would be better off meeting with an attorney and having them assess your chances
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