601 waiver needs a qualifying relative -- U.S. citizen spouse is a qualifying relative. A divorce would eliminate that. You did not give sufficient details in your case which is complex. It does not sound an impossible to win case but you need to consult with a good immigration lawyer on your specifics.
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237a1h waiver is what you should apply for
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It depends on what the allegations in the divorce complaint are and what countervailing evidence the other party has in his favor. He should talk to his lawyer.
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The dissolution will not effect the waiver.
I strongly suggest that he retain an experienced immigration attorney to assist him at the Orlando Immigration Court. He needs an attorney who is expereinced in removal defense and waivers. I regularly practice out of the Orlando immigration Court
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