I have been having issues with my husband that I had married outside the us and after signing the I-751, he has changed, different I felt like he used me. One night came to my parents to settle the issue and he threatened me that he was gonna kill me cuz he already has his green card and I called the cops and now he has a hearing and all and basically his attorney told me that he is gonna take anger management classes and marriage counseling and he will change and I am willing to try that. I have just heard that going through trial will not make things easier to get back togthwr so is this something I can do?
It sounds like you need a counselor and maybe a lawyer of your own. It also sounds like a protective order is in the works.
You need individual counseling to deal with the abuse and to help you recover emotionally.
Very few abusive people can become non-abusers - be hopeful but extremely cautious. It is likely you'll need a divorce.
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