Dear USCIS Officer,
I, xxx, and legally and validly married to xxx since …… of ….., we met in the beginning of …., we loved each other then decided to get married, we were married for …. years.
I, xxx and xxx have been married in good faith and we lived together as husband and wife happily till the beginning of …., things turned upside down due to some cultural differences, then I decided to get divorced.
Very Truly Yours,
Repeat question - context is needed better you contact an immigration attorney directly
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You should have an attorney review the documents. We need more information to address your question and really this is something that an online forum cannot provide specific guidance on.
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This type of question/issue requires directly working with an immigration lawyer and is will beyond the scope of a general blog such as Avvo.
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