I am currently holding a conditional resident card because of a marriage.
I heard from one of my friends saying in order to renew the resident, there is a requirement for the immigration office to call my ex-spouse in order to ask some questions regarding a good faith marriage. I am sure my spouse will say it was a fake marriage because he does not want me to be happy.
Even if we have one year joint tax return, joint bank account history,, rent agreements with both names, testimonies from my friends and families, plane tickets, pictures and so on, if my ex-spouse is against my status, can I still get the permanent resident card?
What you should do is review the specific facts with your attorney to find out your legal options.
If you are "going though a divorce", you do not have an "ex-spouse", yet. The person is still your spouse until the court enters the order dissolving your marriage.
If your spouse will be testifying that your marriage is fake, you need to get a lot of solid evidence that the marriage is not fake.
You should talk with your attorney to see what you need to support your petition to remove condition.
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