You could try appealing to the court of appeals by petition for review and obtain a stay of removal.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
You can file a Petition for Review with the appropriate Circuit Court of Appeals with 30 days of the BIA decision. It may also be possible to file a Motion to Reopen/Reconsider with the BIA depending on the facts of your case. I would strongly encourage you to seek the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney to assist you as you are facing an uphill battle. If you do not prevail in overcoming the sham marriage allegation, you will find that it will be difficult/impossible for you to remain in the United States.
Good luck to you.
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Recommend that you consult an experienced immigration attorney to explore any avenue you may after review of your file. If your appeal was denied in 2011, further review or appeal, cannot be taken due to lapse of time.
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If you and your wife are still residing together in marital union and your case was denied then something is seriously wrong as the tow you should have been able to establish the bona fides of your marriage. Thus, there appears to be more to this case then you have briefly disclosed. The fact that there has been a determination of marriage fraud prohibits you from obtaining residence or any other status in the U.S. so you will need to work backwards.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case in detail and determine whether a motion to reopen your removal proceedings is viable and the best way to proceed.
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