YOu need an immigration attorney to work on this case.
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You're going to need to consult a qualified immigration lawyer who does U visas for guidance on this one. If you were not married when your husband filed his I-918, then you are not going to qualify as a derivative beneficiary and cannot file for U2 status. However, if your husband later adjusts to lawful permanent resident (after a 3 year mimimum LPR), you may have some relief through an I-929, but it's no walk in the park, and you're going to have show extreme hardship. You can search for an immigration lawyer at www.ailalawyer.org. Best of luck to you and your husband.
You urgently need an immigration lawyer to look at this case.
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