about my character. I was just shocked about some of the things they wrote about me. The wife did use me to get her green card, and her desperate lies now through friends further proves this to me. What can I do to protect myself in this case only in regard to the USCIS. I want the USCIS to know that the people who have written these things about me do not even know me let alone to be witnesses to anything. I am working against her green card by notifying the USCIS and she knows this, so I feel like she is intensifying the character damage of me to show that I was some type of a monster and a psycho. I would like to get some advice please and would want to know if I should write to those people very polite letters just refuting their claims and also underlying the fact that we have never
If you believe that your ex-wife committed fraud to obtain her green card, you can report this to the USCIS.
Please click the link at the very bottom for additional information.
Carl Shusterman, Esq.
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If you believe she has been committing immigration fraud - contact ICE. They have contact information for reporting immigration fraud listed on their website. If you believe she has been committing a crime, contact district or US attorney office immediately and report. If you believe that you are being libeled, contact an attorney practicing this type of law and explose a potential of suing those people for damages.
People often act badly when relationships break down. This bad behavior gets worse when one partner believes that they are required to prove fault in the relationship in order to preserve their status in the country they have now made their home. There is no legal requirement to defame your ex in order to keep your green card, and there are very workable alternatives to "going to war" over the separation process. Go see an experienced immigration attorney and ask about the "Good Faith Marriage Exemption" and you will find out that you and your ex can de-escalate the crisis and work towards a mutual "win-win" solution.
Of course, there are people who prefer fighting. They are welcome to the fate they create for themselves.
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