You should file the I-751 with lots of evidence both that it was a bona fide marriage and also what happened that it ended in divorce. You will likely receive an interview. You should get a lawyer on this one. You need to discuss confidentially the history of the marriage, how/when you met the new person, why the marriage ended. Marrying someone else could be problematic for showing the prior good faith marriage. It all depends on the facts. Seriously, get a lawyer. This forum cannot respond adequately to your question.
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File for a waiver of the joint petition to remove the conditions on your card with substantial proof that you entered the marriage in good faith.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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You cannot remove the conditions on your residency by filing a new petition or another adjustment of status application. Your only choice will be to file the I-751 with a good faith waiver, since you and your previous spouse are divorced.
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If you are now divorced, file the I-751 early with a copy of the divorce decree and lots of evidence that the original marriage was in good faith. You are requesting a waiver of the joint filing requirement and can self-petition for this.
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