Not only was I a victim of marriage fraud but also emotional abuse. The guy made me marry under duress. He set me up for something then said if I don't do it he would report me for it. I was so scared that I did it and still stupidly thought the marriage might be real. Of course it turned out to be fraud.
I have a recording where he is yelling at me and I'm heard crying and saying 'I'm scared of you' and 'I don't want you in my life' which was the truth. But I was scared to leave due to the threats to report me. He got the conditional green card and then left. Is the recording good evidence of marriage fraud?
This is an immigration question. You're posting in the wrong section to catch immigration attorneys.
Here's some random considerations.
If he used you to get a green card 100% then this could be fraud and grounds to annul. If he's truly a scary dangerous person, I might not try to revoke his green card status. It might provoke a hostile violent response. Also, you may be suspect because it may seem you lied on his behalf to immigration before. Talk w an immigration attorney for sure.
Getting yourself out of a domestic abusive situation is most important. You may just barely have enough to get a restraining order with your audio. You need to have a legitimate fear of safety and judge's like proof. Is there an ongoing threat to your safety?
There's a victim advocate office at the superior courts to lead you through the domestic violence restraining order process. It's free.
Is it possible there was love at first and married life killed the romance? Divorce after 3-4 years is common. Marriage is simply hard no matter what.
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