I got my 10 years green card through marriage one year ago. when we did the interview we were married for more than 2 years. my wife and I having a lot of problem and I'm sure that we will not stay in this marriage. we don't have kids yet. we are thinking to start marriage counseling next week.
my questions if we got divorce, what will happen to my green card and my citizenship? the mother in law is so mean and she will report me to USCIS as "marriage fraud", we have been married for 3+ years now. also i will be starting my PhD this Fall, if anything will happen to my green card will it affect my chance to finish my degree or not?
Nothing really should happen to your green card. USCIS receives such "marriage fraud" denunciations by daily by the dozens by disgruntled family members. The overwhelming majority of such denunciations end up in the wastebasket. They never pursue hardly any of these cases. I wouldn't worry in anticipation.
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You need to speak with an immigration attorney. As for the divorce, he will not succeed in trying to annul the marriage based on "fraud" under the facts you describe. I hope this info help. Good luck.
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It sounds like you have a bona fide marriage. You usually need to show documents with both of your names on it, i.e. joint lease, joint bank accounts, jointly filing taxes. It is best to consult an attorney.
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