I believe you asked this question over the weekend, and were provided answers. Please see the link below.
It is far riskier for your sister to lie on the N-400 application than to state the truth regarding her husband.
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There is no way to promise that they won't get in trouble
But, she has no choice, she must tell the truth on the form.
Most officers don't ask about the spouse .... but it could happen.
Meeting with an attorney would be a very wise thing to do.
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She should answer all inquiries truthfully on the N-400 form, as she will be questioned regarding the application under oath at the interview. If she is concerned about her husband's status, she really should consider consulting with an immigration attorney prior to filing the application to avoid any problems.Ask a similar question