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You should try to have a final divorce as soon as possible. You can file the I-751 as a divorce waiver case. In order to do that, you need the actual divorce decree. If you do not have it by November, but you think you will have it soon, then go ahead and file the I-751 and write a letter that you will have the divorce decree soon and they will send you a Request for Additional Evidence in a few months and then you can send the divorce decree in.
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