It should not affect your green card, just keep your proof of good faith marriage.
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If you have a conditional green card, you will be required to file for a waiver of the joint filing requirement to remove the condition. if the card is already permanent (ten year green card) then the divorce will not automatically affect your green card. Please consult with an immigration attorney for additional information.
Depends on whether you have the permanent card or only the conditional one, and on the evidence you have that you entered into the marriage in good faith.
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Keep proof of genuine marriage, since you might have to provide it if you only have a conditional green card.
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It depends on whether you have your conditional green card (good for 2 years) or green card for 10 years. Consult an attorney.
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