It might be too late to do anything about his green card. However, you may send a letter to your local USCIS and withdraw your I-130 petition.
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Other than to give you support and understanding for your siituation, since I don't see a question, I can't add anything.
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If your husband only has a conditional green card, he will have to file a petition to lift the condition before it becomes permanent. This petition requires your signature, which you may refuse to give. He will have to show that the marriage was made in good faith in order to get his permanent green card: given what you are saying, he may not be able to do this.
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I am sorry you feel this way. If he truly did abuse you, a divorce - separation from him - is the best immediate thing you can do for yourself and to stop the abuse. You should also consider working on yourself, making a new commitment to yourself to never again allow anyone to abuse you. See a counselor skilled in treating abuse victims to help you with this. Get over your ex. Green card or not, it should not be your concern any more, as he does not deserve your concern any longer. When you no longer care about what happens to him and his green card is when you know you are over him and focused on a (hopefully) better life for yourself. The best thing you can do is to forget about whether or not he used you for the green card and to leave him in the past where he obviously belongs and to move on to better things in life. Revenge will only perpetuate the cycle of needless energy spent on someone obviously not worth your energy, when that energy should be put into your new and improved life. Be assured that bad karma comes back to haunt, so one day down the road, he very likely will regret that he treated you badly - but by then, you will no longer care. Best wishes.
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