You should file a waiver and discuss the issue with an attorney immediately.
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You are not illegal, but you must file am i751. You don't qualify for vawa just because you and your husband don't get along or got divorced. The i751 is heavily scrutizned and the fact that you are divorced with a new boyfriend means you run a big risk with uscis. You new to hire a lawyer.
You can file the -751 without your ex husband but must provide the divorce decree and evidence that the terminated marriage was in good faith.
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You should retain an attorney to file I-751 with the necessary proofs and documents.
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It's not too late to file a waiver based upon a self petition. The fact that your ex-husband has complained to USCIS this not mean that you entered the marriage based upon a good-faith relationship.
The fact that he's upset with you is not of importance to USCIS unless you left him soon after marriage or lack proof and/or strong testimony. However, you'll need to have Evidence of joint assets joint liabilities and some fruit of the relationship.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.
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You have so too many questions that it is dificult to give you a comprehensive answer without a consultation. Schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer.
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