I'm sorry you find yourself in this unfortunate situation. Unfortunately, it sounds more like you fell in love with someone who became a jerk and not necessarily someone who married you to get a green card. At this point, since he has his 10-year green card, the best thing might be to try to move on. If you think you've been defrauded, you can certainly report this to the government and they will decide whether to investigate further.
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It will be very hard to prove , am afraid. All DHS departments are literally deluged with calls and letters from disgruntled spouses but pay very little attention to them due to lack of resources and manpower.
Also, based on your story, your husband did not really violate any immigration laws when he married you and filed for a GC. It was all in "good faith", he will argue, but that later "events" took over and...
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I agree with my colleague. Also, sounds like you may want to consult with a divorce attorney. Good luck to you.
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I'm sorry you had to go through this unfortunate situation. You can definitely report him to immigration if you believe he committed marriage fraud, but you might open yourself up to scrutiny if you ever decide to sponsor a future spouse for a green card again. I agree with my colleague that the best thing to do might be to move on with your life and try to find happiness elsewhere. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleagues. Find a good divorce lawyer and move on. Sorry to hear about your situation. Good luck to you.
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