We got married in early 2011 and got my wife's green card in late 2011. She remained in her home country until mid-2013, and we saw each other a lot of weekends. She got a job in the USA and moved here in summer 2013, bought a condo in her name only, and immediately threw me out. I gave her a lot of money during the marriage and made her beneficiary on my investments, but she never added me to any of her accounts and we never had any joint leases or property and had a joint address for only a month while she was asking me to leave. We filed a joint I-751 while splitting up. Will she be approved? Will she be automatically denied if I don't go to the interview if there is one? What could I do to get her approved, or alternatively to get her denied?Additional information: (1) I-751 was filed Oct. 2013, no action yet; (2) Neither of us has yet filed for divorce and no divorce could be final until January 2015; (3) I understand the waiver issues, my main question is whether the totality of a bona fide "boyfriend-girlfriend" type relationship for years before and after the marriage but the lack of comingled assets and particularly that she never lived with me and when we finally were actually in the same place but she threw me out, will meet the "good faith" standard. I understand that current viability is not a criterion, but will this meet "good faith" based on behavior prior to separation and the timing and circumstances of separation.