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Posted almost 4 years ago.

I just marked you as helpful and the best answer for your direct and precise answer. If a statement from the abused is not enough, would a witness report be enough if that witness lives in a different state and was only a witness to what the abused would tell the friend. Would that friend be considered as a witness or that's just a hearsay as far as the USCIS is concerned, unless there is a witness that has actually seen the abuse going on instead of hearing about it from the abused friend. I would appreciate your last comment on this particular aspect if you don't mind.

Marie C. Puertollano
Marie C. Puertollano, Immigration Attorney - San Diego, CA
Posted almost 4 years ago.

A notarized affidavit from a third person about the abuse helps. But use a
person who the abused talked to directly. It will have more weight. Now the
most convincing as you will see in the uscis website is reports by
"objective" people such as police, hospital, social service.
Your case seems extremely weak. Call a lawyer. Not to lose your green card
is so important.
El may 17, 2013 6:49 PM, "Avvo" <> escribió: