Who will assistant me reopen , suing on the I-864 Affidavit of Support?
I sued ex-husband I-864 Affidavit of Support because he abused me. The federal court judge dismissed it without perjury since opposing attorney proved that I required it in the divorce court (Then he deny it in appeal court of VA). After I appealed the divorce judgement, the trial judge asked opposing attorney wrote a FACT STATEMENT which included many lies, the clerk of Franklin County Court of VA didnt mail the copy to me. I found it until I went to VA appeal court. The biggest lie is "... a letter from ICE indicating that wife had entered into the marriage with husband in order to evade immigration laws.” I submitted The “Approval Notice” of I-751 of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) under INA 216(c)(4)(C), that is mean ex-husband is an abuser. I asked Judicial Notice of the Notice of USCIS, the appeal court didnt care and wrote the lie into its OPINION, even changed "ICE" to USCIS made the lie perfect. Is it violated federal law? The lies, prejudiced and insulting in OPINION hurt me badly had to see therapist. What can I do? How reopen the I-864 case? Can ask summary judgement of this case? How much I need to pay attorney? Any advice appreciate.
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