during the marriage, everything was on his name as he had a house prior to meeting her, the bills were also on his name, so my cousin can not send the USCIS any financial documents of joint ownership of anything unfortunately. Their divorce is over now, but my cousin still has several months to submit her I-751, so I am trying to help her out here for her limited English. She also tried to get a restraining order against him, but the judge dismissed the case. My cousin is living with me now because she is not supported by her ex husband and from what we know, the husband has reported her to immigration for marriage fraud by also sending the dismissed restraining order from the judge to the immigration to I guess show that she is now trying to play the abuse card against him. We heard thisthrough a common friend she has with the husband still. My cousin is very limited in funds, so at this point she is not able to hire an attorney for her I-751 in the next few months, and I have my own family to support so I am not able to loan her attorney fees at this time. That's why I would like to know a few ways she could prove the marriage was bonafide to the USCIS based on this story. I am willing to write her an affidavit, of course, to testify that the marriage was in good faith, but I presume that this means nothing if she can not submit finances, joint ownerships to the USCIS. IS there any other way to prove that the marriage for her was bonafide.