I got married to an US citizen in my native country. My marriage was traditionally arranged. After marriage I leaved with his in his parents house in my native country. I came to know my Husband is Schizophrenic and Bipolar. He takes risperidone and valproic acid. He and his parents emotionally abused me. And he hit me. they tried to stop me from continuing my education. Finally They kept all my legal documents including my marriage certificate, my birth certificate and my green card, social security and my passport. They refused to give them back. I have lots of pictures to support my wedding and I can manage affidavits from my friends and family. I managed to make a new passport and apply for 1-90 and move to USA . My husband stays in my native country with his family.
You can easily obtain a duplicate marriage certificate. Sounds like a decent waiver based on abuse I-751 case. I would certainly speak to an experienced immigration attorney.
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