I got married to someone from the Caribbean, I would travel back and forth to visit him and his family. One if his cousin would travel to the states and stay with me and she has a friend who would find a babysitting job for her. My husband then came up and got his papers and I got work for him. Yesterday, I got home and both my husband and the girl who I thought was his cousin turns out to be his girlfriend, packed their stuff and moved out. The girl is working on illegally in the country and but my husband got his papers. However, like how I was played by both of them this entire time, is it possible to get ICE to send them back both to their country? They even left a note stating that they only used me and they express their love for each other in the note as well.
Please discuss your situation with an attorney as you have not detailed what papers your husband has.
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If you know where they are, you can report them to ICE: https://www.ice.gov/
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