I want this question to be put under immigration:
My wife and I married the end of 2014 when we were both finishing up college (in the same school in the US). We applied for a green card for me after we were married for over 2 years so I received my 10-year card in August 2018.
We have grown apart and counseling has not been helping. I still want to work on the marriage but she prefers filing for a divorce. We are still very friendly and peaceful and we both want to know what will happen to my green card if she files for a divorce now? What will happen to me when I try to get my citizenship? Appreciate your advice.
You didn't need to re-post this question. You will be fine if you divorce ... the only difference is that you need to use the 5 year, not the 3 year, rule for naturalization.
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