You should depart on or before the expiration date of your I-94. If you do not, you may have trouble later obtaining a visa. I suggest you speak to an immigration attorney who can go over all of your options with you. Good Luck.
It depends on the details of the situation. In order to get the best possible advice, you need to schedule a private consultation with an immigration attorney, who will listen to your situation and advise you whether or not you have a claim for asylum. Good Luck.
She cannot call immigration and make then enforce the I-134. Petitioner is the one that filed for her and he has a right to withdraw his petition. However, I suggest that she retains an immigration attorney to see what options may be available to her. Good Luck.
It is up to you to prove to immigration that you entered into the marriage in good faith. If he submitted the documents you mentioned above, you are facing a very tough battle. I highly suggest you contact an immigration attorney who can ask you additional questions to see what other options are available to you and who can help you present your case to immigration. Please do not attempt to do so on your own. Good luck.
I agree with my colleague. Your Fee Waiver will only have a chance of being approved if: 1. you can prove that the mistake was made by immigration; or 2. you can prove that you have no means to pay for the application (there are specific instructions on the fee waiver form as to what evidence is needed to prove necessity). Good Luck.
It is doable, but you will be highly scrutinized. I strongly urge you to retain an immigration attorney right away. You have a lot going on here and you need to speak to an attorney regarding your particular situation and the options available to you. Just because you moved, does not mean that the Judge will automatically agree to transfer your case to PA. Good Luck.
This a divorce question not an immigration one. I agree with my colleague. If your husband consents to the divorce and you are in touch with him, it should be fairly easy, otherwise, it may not be. I suggest you contact a matrimonial attorney.