He can withdraw the petition. You may be able to file a petition for a permanent green card without his help or knowledge based on VAWA. Consult an immigration attorney before doing anything and do it in a way that your USC spouse does not know.
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If it has not been adjudicated, then yes, a petitioner can withdraw a petition.
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It can be withdrawn, but you may have other options in that scenario. You should call your immigration lawyer ASAP.
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Yes, he can cancel the I-130 if it hasn't be adjudicated, nor used for a visa yet.
Talk to your lawyer.
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Yes he can. However, your immigration petition, if otherwise free of issues, can stand on its own if you qualify for it based on abuse in your marriage. The purpose is to assist individuals such as yourself to no longer be dependent upon abusive marriages to qualify for the immigration petition. Consult an attorney in your area who can assist you determine if you qualify to file on your own, and if you do, to assist you with the application. Good luck!
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