I got US citizenship based on marriage in March 2016. Now my husband insists on filing for divorce, as he need to move to another state to take care of his kid from previous marriage. I don't mind and we agreed to uncontested divorce.
Well, the law is at least six months. Just a fact: if you have been married for more then 6 months, whether religiously or civilly, you are the ones who decide upon the date your marriage became irreconcilable. That is the date you put in your uncontested documents. You should consult with an attorney who should draft these documents for you so you do not have an issue.
You can file for divorce so long as you have been married for six months then you can both agree as to whether or not the last six months were not working for you.
You might want to consult with an immigration attorney about your plans to get divorced before pursuing one.
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