If you have the 10 year card ... you are fine.
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I agree with my colleague. Generally if you have the ten year green card you should be okay. As long as he is not alleging that the initial green cards was obtain fraudulently. It is best to hire an immigration attorney.
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There is no "form" that person can file to take a green card away from an ex-spouse. If some other action has been taken against your green card by the USCIS, then you should consult a US Immigration & Nationality Law attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options.
He cannot. The government can, if your marriage was fraudulent, i.e. you entered into the marriage solely for the purpose of obtaining a green card. You should talk to a lawyer if you want more information and assurance.
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No he cannot take the green card away from you if there are no conditions attached. Perhaps you should meet with an immigration attorney in person.
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