There are many different exceptions and relaxations to VAWA requirements. This is one is actually more rigid than others. They are all fact specific. Very much so. You should contact an immigration attorney for a more specific consultation. You have SO many good immigration attorneys in CA.
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Can't hurt to ask an experienced immigration attorney. Many offer free consultations.
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Try to make the effort to consult with an attorney. Only after an in depth discussion with you can an attorney make an informed determination and advise you accordingly. As my colleague has indicated, these cases are very fact specific, so to obtain an answer in a forum such as this will be difficult.
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