She has threatened him that if she finds out he has intentions of meeting someone else she will call the cops and say he has abused her, just so they can take him in?
Regarding his immigration options, just because he is a man does not mean that he does not have options in a case stemming from an abusive marriage. Despite its name, "VAWA" is gender-neutral, so if there is enough evidence of abuse (emotional, physical, or other), he may be able to pursue a VAWA claim. He may also have other options, but without further details it would be difficult to offer information about them. I would suggest that he speak with an immigration attorney regarding his options, but he may also want to speak with a family law attorney to make sure his interests are protected in that area as well.
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