No, you needed to be out of status on June 15, 2012 to qualify.
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No, but you can still remove the conditions if you get divorced, just make sure to work with an attorney. My firm handles 751 petitions and uncontested divorces in NY.
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No need. You should be fine without "Dream Act." Especially, when nobody knows how and when exactly it will be implemented.
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My understanding is that you should be fine, however you will want to check with your immigration counsel anyway. I wish you the best of luck with both matters.
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