my greencard is already expired last october and already did my biometrics. last month i received a letter from uscis asking for more evidences but i and my husband already separated because of misunderstandings. i just gave gave birth to our son last december here in honolulu. the evidences that were asking are only proofs like birth certificates of children after marriage, joint assets etch. i have those evidences on my hand and send it to them. im worried what if my husband reported to uscis that we are now separated? what are the possibilities that my petition for renewal be denied?
Please consult with your attorney.
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If you are separated now, that can be a MAJOR problem for you. You case could be denied. I would submit more evidence and hire a lawyer ASAP
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