we send 1-751 jointly,but but marriage is not working.I submitted alot of evidence for bonafide marriage but I still received a interview.My spouse refuses to go with me.He is acting weird.could he have been the one who called USCIS? I am abused verbally and emotinally.he know of an arrest overseas that I did not declare on DS-230 and 1-751, if I tell of abuse;he may tell of the arrests.what are my chances on the interview for ROC?
The fact that you were scheduled for an interview generally means that USCIS was not satisfied with the documentation you provided or there are other issues which need to be addressed. Since you filed jointly USCIS will expect your spouse to appear and you can expect displeasure on the part of the adjudicator if he does not. However, if you are concerned about him "torpedoing" your case on purpose then, if done properly, it is probably best to take him out of the equation.
Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the facts of your case, advise you of the options available, and recommend how best to proceed.
You have two choices, you can just go to the interview and see what happens or you can hire an attorney. From the statements you made, it sounds like if you just go you will run into numerous problems, thus I would recommend you utilize an attorney.
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