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I'm a USC married to an alien who was deported after pleaing "guilty" to Marriage Fraud. His exwife gave a statement at their 2 year interview and he was placed in procedings. He was advised by a public defender that he would be deported no matter the outcome (guilty or not), and if he prefered to go home sooner he would need to tell the judge he married for documentation purposes. He was NEVER informed of the ban and the PD didn't try to rebut the information contained in the letter. Husband and ex did cosummate the marriage, had an apt. together (but she never moved in as she was suppose to--said she wanted to be close to her kin who lived in a different city than where DH was employed via contract),joint taxes/bank acct, and acknowleged financial support from DH. DH had job bf marriage.
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