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Son's wife filed an annulment against him. Her lawyer filed complaint, requests an annulment pursuant to NRS 125.350 on grounds that she was "unilaterally mistaken", believing they will cohabitate & have kids. He's needs to sign an affidavit saying he has never cohabitated w/ his wife (true) & that he doesn't want to have children w/ her (up for debate). His wife wants the marriage annulled, he doesnt. BUT he know it's gonna happen with/without him. Lawyer was gonna file NRS 125.340 after THEY told him NOT to b/c it was FALSE; lawyer said he will be safe. They changed it to 125.350 but the wording (see above) didnt change. My son has no status nor were any AOS papers ever filed. He doesn't want to contest for fear immigration will give him trouble either now or later when he files.The question for him is really if he should sign a document that puts in in a bad light esp. when all the details aren't there. His wife is the one who changed her mind but since she wants to do the filing and has to have an annulment, her lawyer said that is the only way to word it. He doesn't even think 125.350 will work and if he files 125.340 my son will still be safe now and if he re-marries. Our immigration lawyer says NOT to use 125.340 b/c fraud is fraud, she doesn't know about 125.350. He doesn't agree with the affidavit (it's not totally untrue, just not the whole story) but he also doesn't want to draw attn to himself with CIS now or later...thnx for any help, many law offices are closed this weekend and we just wanted a second opinion.