I got my conditional green card through US Citizen . I have divorce finalized and received divorce decree. When filling form I-751, Part-3 "Information about US Citizen Through Whom you have gained your conditional residence" . Is it required to fill former spouse details like Full Name, SSN, DOB & Address ? ? already divorced from the spouse.
Yes, even if the divorce is finalized, you must include your former spouse's information on the I-751 at Part-3 "Information about US Citizen Through Whom you have gained your conditional residence".
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This wound up in family but is best answered by an immigration attorney.
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Yes, you need to include the information and include evidence that the marriage was valid at the time that it was entered into. You will also have an interview at the local USCIS office and will need to produce the same evidence.
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