after 3 years of marriage and 6 years relationship she told me that she wants divorce and when I asked her why. She told me just leave me or I’m going to immigration and told them you forced me to marry you. I know for a fact, she is seeing someone else and he doesn’t know she’s married. She changed after start working. I have done so much for her but now she’s throwing everything and want to hurt me in every way she can. She called the police on me and told them I hit her but thanks god there was a witness who knows I didn’t hit her or touch her. I still love her but don’t trust her anymore
I’m afraid of what she would do to cause me trouble
You need to file a restraining order against her and move out before she files a restraining order against you and jeopardize everything you worked for.
Additionally, you must hire an immigration lawyer. Gather the proof that you were together prior to marriage and lived together. Bills, bank accounts, pictures are evidence to make your case in immigration.
You are an abused spouse of an American citizen. VAWA is the answer to your fears BUT you need an immigration lawyer.
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