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First of all, not believe everything you see in a forum. One person's experience is not the same as every one else's experience. The N-14 is a general form. So it does not mean it is a denial, and it does not mean whatever they want has anything to do with the "removal of conditions" stuff.
If the form does not tell you what you need to provide then they cannot say that it has anything to do with your marriage. They are just telling you what their experience is. Don't depend on them, and then worry so much about a denial, when you haven't been denied and you don't even know why you got the N-14 yet.
Why would you have an issue with marriage?
Did you get your green card through marriage?
If so, are you still married?
When did you become a permanent resident?
When did you file the N-400 application?
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