in 2004 i married a man whose only purpose was to get a green card.i did not know at first and i found out after marriage.we did not live together & he put missing person report on me a 1 1/2 later in order for me to be present for his interviews.i am mentally ill and was declared 5250 during the time of his application&most the marriage,his lawyer filled out a (i think) I-385 to petition for green card & asked me to sign it.the lawyer informed me it was for demographics purposes only.it was later refused at the first interview because the information given was incorrect due to my illness.my x-husband lied about information on the application and told me what to say at the interviews, knowing that i was delusional. he cheated many times & abused & threaten my safety if i did not file
Sounds like marriage fraud to me. However, it is now 8 years later, and you don't seem to know his immigration status, and say that he is currently in his home country.
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