I met my wife on the internet. I went to my country to meet her. I wanted to date but her mother insisted on marriage because she was pregnant. I file the I-130 but never filed the I485 - I found out she forged my name on the I-485 and I-751 to get a green card. She has now brought here mother over and is filing for divorce. I want to report her and fight for my child.
Forgery is a serious issue with USCIS. You may certainly pursue legal avenues available to you.
In this case, if you are fully advised and accepting of the possible repercussions to her, you may report the forgery and your allegation of illegitimate marriage to USCIS. With regard to fighting for your child, you should consult a family law attorney.
I don't believe she "forged" your name on I-485 as it was her application. She mentioned her name or your name and that would not be forgery. Form I-751, if you did not sign that form, you may report that. Having a child is taken seriously in a marriage especially towards bona fide consideration. If this is your child, then it will be difficult to show the marriage was for immigration benefits.
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