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You can provide information to the USCIS fraud detention unit. BUT, you should be very careful about two things. First, do not let anger, jealousy, etc lead you to a hasty conclusion that your husband used you. If you feel unappreciated, talk to your husband and perhaps get some counseling. Spouses from different cultures have to work even harder to make a marriage work. If you accuse your husband of marriage fraud, the consequences to him will be permanent and severe. Do not do something you will regret merely because you are angry.
Second, do not threaten your husband or try to use his immigration status as a tool to manipulate him.
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No, you cannot. Only government can. You can report what you believe to be marriage fraud to ICE. THeir website is instructive on how. THis is all. You report. They decide.
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