I met Victor in the summer of 2013. He was a student from Brazil and here on a student visa. After three short months he asked me to marry him and he would move to New York. I was reluctant but thought this was it. He is 19 years younger than me and did not know much about the US. I found all of this beautiful at the time. Shortly after the marriage things were strained and tough because I was working twice as hard to support us both. Within the first year he received his two year Green Card and shortly after we argued all the time and one day when I was at work he moved out. We were separated for 6 months and I always tried to contact him to make it right. After the 7th month we decided to seek help in making it work. This lasted 5 months until one day we had a fight and never came back until he needed his 10 year Green Card application started. Full of promises and my love for him, I signed the paperwork. The day after, I did not hear from him. Now he only makes demands and tries to punish me with words.
This can all be backed-up by family, friends, and acquaintances. There are also many financial tra
I would urge you to consult with and hire an immigration lawyer to assist you with this case. If you feel strongly that you were used to get a green card you can report it to USICE. You may have your immigration attorney debrief and brief you, analyze, assess and evaluate your case in order to maximize the possibilities for a credible claim of fraud and that he had his eye on the green card. Also, get a divorce lawyer.
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