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The divorce has been rejected twice for a few very small errors. Neither of us are seeking spousal support, have no property or children together. Originally my spouse did not respond to the summons because we both agreed and didn't see the need to pay the response fee. When that was rejected we went added a I-130 and paid the fee in hopes of making it easier. It is again rejected due to a typo. Can we amend it to a summary dissolution and skip the 6 month waiting period since it has already been 19 months since we originally filed?
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