I agree with my colleague that you need to sit down with an attorney and figure out your immigration status and options based on a number of answers to his or her questions. You may have derived citizenship already but that depends. Good Luck.
What are you trying to accomplish? Would you like to see her deported? Jailed? It is illegal to marry solely for immigration benefits. It is unlikely that immigration or anyone else will deem a marriage to be fraudulent when 2 children came of it. You can report the situation to USCIS though. It sounds like you need a family lawyer to defend your interests as to the custody of the children. Good Luck.
What is the reason behind these threats? If he is harassing you then you should think about calling the police. Do you have a criminal conviction from which you are afraid of being deported? Speak to an immigration attorney to evaluate your situation and call the police if your neighbor is harassing you. Good Luck.
Because that is what they require for processing an I-864. I would just send exactly what is required and not try to argue as to the why... Good Luck.
Massachusetts Immigration Attorney
You should not translate your own documents. You can have someone bilingual translate it and sign a translation certificate. There are places you can get a professional translation done for 35$ (I use Julio at email@example.com ) or for a similar price so you should really invest that money to make sure that it is done properly. Copying from another translation sounds like a bad idea. Good Luck.
With a prior final order of removal things are quite difficult. You have to reopen that case and that is a long shot since it seems like you were well aware that you had been ordered removed (or had accepted voluntary departure). Applying for termination based on prosecutorial discrection is an option, but again, with a prior final order it is an uphill battle. Especially for your children though, there may be options available. You should really make an appointment to speak with an immigration...
Your legal question was just answered in your previous question. This is a processing time which is different than a waiting time, which is the time one has to wait before he or she is eligible for the relief sought. Its like when you go to the store they can tell you that the item is not available and you have to go home while they order it in however long and they will call you when it is available (waiting time) or you can say that the long line to buy your available item is misleading...
It would depend on their age and how old they were when you and her married. Think about making an appointment with an attorney to discuss what option would be best. If they qualify, it would be faster for you to file as a US Citizen. Good Luck.
To qualify for DACA you must have entered the United States before June 15th 2007 (not just be in the country for 5 years continuously). Therefore, you do not qualify for this program at this time. Its hard to hear but with all these things there is a cut off date/age and whatever it is there will be some people that ALMOST make it. Hopefully, when the DREAM act does come around you will meet the requirements so just keep going in the right direction and we all hope the laws will accommodate...