Did you get a conditional green card (valid for two years) or your permanent residence (green card valid for 10 years)? If you have your permanent green card, then you shouldn't need to worry about having to explain your marital issues to an immigration officer. If you only have your conditional green card, then you'll have to get the conditions removed. If you aren't married to her anymore at that point, you won't lose your green card if you can prove that your marriage was in good faith from the beginning -- that you weren't getting married just for immigration purposes. As long as that's the case, then you don't need to worry about losing your documents.
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