I think I already know the answer to this questions but I hope in my heart of hearts that’s maybe there is some hope for me. I am a female 33 who converted 16 years ago with a conservative Beit din after having lived and studied Judaism for 4 years. It consisted of an interview with a beit din and a kosher immersion in a kosher mikvah. I am shomer Shabbat, kashrut, negiah, observe Tsnius and tahara hamishpacha. I would like to convert under an orthodox beit din because I would like to be welcomed and recognized in orthodox spaces. but I have a few dilemmas. A. there are no orthodox synagogues in the state where I live. There is a small Chabad in the next city over. B. My husband has no desire to convert but follows all of the above mentioned mitzvot – we have a Jewish household. And C. We can not move within walking distance of an orthodox synagogue because there are none here. Any advice of help would be greatly appreciated!!!