Please I had an interview to remove conditions on my green card but the officer didn't say if I was approved or not. He just said he is going to review and mail me the result but is likely I might get approved unless something comes up. I believe I answered all the questions right and was very honest. Please what does he mean review and what do they review? my lawyer didn't say much, all she said was I should be receiving a letter in a couple of weeks. Ps. I was married to my ex husband for 3 years. At the end of the interview my lawyer said I should be getting a letter in few weeks.
You need to address this question with your lawyer. This is why you hired them.
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You need to present your questions and concerns to your attorney. If you have presented sufficient evidence of your bona fide marriage, your case will be approved.
You paid a lawyer to advise you on your case, s/he would be the best person to talk to about this.
If a federal agent perceives any fraud or other impropriety that may result in a denial.
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Fraud. Absent that, you should be getting it.
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