You need to IMMEDIATELY ! Hire BOTH a divorce lawyer, as well as an immigration lawyer.
YOU have all the rights here based on the facts. Relax and rest assured:
1. He CANNOT take away your baby! That's absolute b......t (I want to remain polite here.. But this is revolting.) judges deem that it is always in the "best interests of a child" to remain with his mother.
2. He CANNOT call your marriage "null" and make you "lose" your green card status. Once the divorce is complete, you will use quite a few of the numerous exceptions to Form I-751's "joint filing" requirement to remove the temporary condition on your green card, and may also have a claim under the Violence Against Women Act. Consult with a competent immigration layer in your area at once, please. You'll feel much better once you do. But right now your priority should be a divorce lawyer.
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Some of your question requires the advice of. Business attorney. The family code makes the business community property and you own one half the business. Who controls the business is something you can file an RFO and have the family court decide. If you can prove you started and controlled the business prior to separation, there is a good chance the court will award you temporary control of the business pending the final judgment of the divorce.
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First stop on Monday morning for you should be a local family law attorney familar with immigration issues. If you delay retaining counsel, you may irrreprably harm your case.
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