No, USCIS must deny the joint petition. You will have to file a self petition now that you are divorced. Hopefully, based upon no fault/irreconciliable difference. The joint petition is no longer valid at USCIS once a divorce order is final. Your ex-husband's cooperation can help. You should consider hiring an experienced immigration attorney at this point. Good luck.
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You need to have a lawyer helping you. A joint petition can be filed only when parties are married and living together.
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If you filed a joint petition you need to withdraw that petition, and file a waiver to remove conditions based on the fact that the marriage was legitimate, but ended for reasons outside your control.
You can simply ask them to amend the I-751 to be a waiver. You can ask now or at the interview.
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The jointly filed I-751 cannot be approved in your case because of the divorce.
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