On the ground that if you Re now divorced from the spouse through whom you gained your green card, that you did not submit enough evidence to prove that your marriage to a USC was entered into in "good faith" and not for the sole purpose of obtaining a green card.
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They can argue that the marriage was not real or bona fide.
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The USCIS could deny your application if they find that you did not have a real relationship. You will probably be called in for an interview as well. USCIS will review the documents you provide in your application and also base their decision on the interview (if you are called in for an interview).
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