Not an immigration question. Contact a real estate lawyer.
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Neither an immigration question nor a spousal support question.
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You need to obtain a copy of the deed from NY. Call the clerk for the county in New York where the property is located and ask how much to be sent a copy of the deed where she bought the property. Then get is sent to you and examine it to see if your signature is on it.
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