Stop texting her.
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My colleagues are correct .... DO NOT CONTACT HER WITH TEXT.
Meet with an immigration lawyer to learn about your options.
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I agree with my colleagues. First, stop texting her. Second have a consultation with an immigration attorney who can help you file a waiver from the requirement that you must file jointly.
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I agree with the other attorneys that you can have the conditions removed even if your are divorced from your husband, but it is a little more difficult to prove but can certainly be done. You should contact an experienced lawyer here in Houston for both the immigration aspects as well as the divorce. You should do that as soon as possible to prevent any mishaps that can happen with deadlines. It can get very complicated.
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