Q: I need help with divorce and with our green cards, do we lose all that by getting divorced?
I've been married for a year and eight months, I came to the United States under a fiance visa, then we got married here in Denver, my husband is American, I have a 13-year-old daughter, we both came to this country to start a family, my husband He said that he no longer wants me here and is not in love. I need help with divorce and with our green cards, do we lose all that by getting divorced? My daughter needs to continue in school, and returning to my country with this pandemic is not the right choice, here I already have a job, and my daughter goes to a good school, I do not want a divorce, but my husband no longer loves me and he doesn't want to be with me, I can't do anything else, I need help with this please.
This is not a simple answer but there is a lot of good information on this topic on the internet. Here is a reliable source: https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/divorce-your-conditional-residence-status-how-file-divorce-waiver-with-form-i-751.html
I would recommend you do a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to decide how to best proceed in your case. Best wishes!
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