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1- Received conditional green card in October 2008 based on marriage to a U.S. Citizen. Got separated in February 2009 and filed petition for divorce in April 2009. The divorce was granted in May 2010.
2- I received a notice from the USCIS in June 2010 stating that my “conditional resident status has been terminated as of June 2010 because my marriage to a U.S. Citizen has been terminated judicially …..” It further stated that I and in removal proceedings and I have to attend a court hearing on a date to be scheduled later.
3- I have attended 1st master hearing in September 2010 and the judge decided to continue my hearing on December 2010 and asked me to bring the proof that I mailed the I-751 waiver form & the evidence to the USCIS.
4- I mailed the I-751 in 1st week of October and received a notice of action that my status has been extended for 1 year but it stated that the 1 year extension does not apply to me because I am in removal proceedings.
5- I did the biometrics in November 2010.
6- I attended the 2nd master hearing in December 2010 and the judge terminated my case without prejudice.
My questions are:
1- Why was my conditional resident status terminated before my green card’s expiration date?
2- Am I still in removal proceedings if the judge terminated my case without prejudice?
3- Is my status extended for 1 year?
4- Can I travel internationally?