I understand. Thanks for the information. Well, If you choose to divorce her BEFORE she receives her green card, then she will not receive her green card. She will be illegal in the US if she doesn't have any other visa and she can be put into deportation proceedings and be deported.
If that happens You don't face any consequences and the consequences she faces would just be possible deportation. But there are no criminal consequences. None of what either of you has done is illegal if it was a genuine marriage. You simply married and began the green card process and now may be divorcing.
The other option is that you try to work it out and remain married the day of her interview. If that happens, then she will likely receive her green card. Once she has her green card, if you continue having issues and want to divorce, you still can but at that point she does not face deportation.
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