You would potentially lose your green card status if you divorce. It depends on how long you have had your green card. You may be eligible to apply for a waiver of filing jointly. It is best to consult an immigration attorney.
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Your situation is unfortunately not unique. If you divorce, you risk losing your Lawful Permanent Residence in the U.S. since that temp card requires a removal of the conditions to be filed 90 days before its third anniversary.
To retain your status eventually, if you chose to divorce your USC spouse, you will be compelled to file unilaterally with a Waver (only your filing, without your ex-spouse) with a requisite showing of entering in a bona fide marriage to begin with.
It goes without question that you will need a very good immigration attorney to handle that task.
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Don't worry, you will not lose your green card status. All you need to do is get a divorce and then file form I-751 to remove conditions on your residency by invoking one or more of the numerous exceptions that exist through joint filing requirement, such as "good faith" marriage, emotional and/or physical abuse or cruelty. Make sure to get an experienced immigration lawyer you are comfortable working with to help you prepare an approvable petition.
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