Have had my fingerprints done, sent in all additonal information. We were divorced due to mental abuse from spouse and an affair that had been going on during our marriage.
Your chances could be good if you could prove that your marriage was bona fide. I strongly suggest you get the help of an experienced immigration attorney.
Law Office of Luis A. Guerra (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
It all depends on the evidence that you provide with your I-751, regarding the good faith of your marriage.
Attorney Guerra provided you with an excellent guidance. Even if you divorce you may submit an I-751 provided you supply evidence of an initial bona fide (authentic, genuine) marriage.
For a more detailed assistance I strongly recommend to work with an immigration attorney in NC on this matter.
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Talk to an attorney. You may be able to convert the I-751 to a waiver.
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