It's not exactly clear what you are asking. If your daughter does not want to continue in the marriage, then she can seek a divorce. If your daughter filed an I-130 petition for her husband, she could withdraw the petition. If your daughter believes that she is in danger, then she should call police and seek protection. I wish you all the best.
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