It is not the job of USCIS to answer legal questions. In fact, they cannot answer these types of questions. If you do not know how to do something or how to answer questions, it is time to hire an attorney.
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That's because USCIS is not your "friendly" legal adviser. They are your "judge", so they don't owe you legal advice. For that you go to a good immigration attorney. Applying for a green card is a complicated, detail-oriented process, with a few minefields, and you will have many many more questions along the way. I recommend you at least consult an attorney before you file.
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Generally someone who marries a US citizen is eligible as c (9) category. However the paperwork required for a green card is lengthy and complex so I highly recommend consulting an immigration attorney.
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