I signed documents and a petition to help my immigrant ex husband obtain citizenship in 2002. He did obtain citizenship some time in the spring of 2006. His demeanor toward me changed after, and some woman from his country claimed they were having an affair. After confronting him about this, we argued and got separated this same day. I tried reconciling with him repeatedly, but he treated me like a nuisance and refused to reconcile. In the divorce, he claimed I abused him and a restraining order was issued against me. My divorce attorney quit in the middle of the case, I suffered from mental illness, and a judgment was entered in his favor. He has recently remarried a woman from his country, and I feel he used me the entire marriage and only intended to marry someone from his country
Seek the professional services of an experienced immigration attorney to carefully review the facts of your case and provide you with recommendations as to the bona fide nature of your former marriage and the possibility/viability of challenging same at this point in time.
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You should understand that there is a difference between a bad marriage and a sham marriage. You had a bad but real marriage.
You can report him to ICE or USCIS respective fraud prevention units. It is useless on these facts because they will have to also listen to his side of the story.
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