If you divorce your husband, you won't be able to get your green card through your marriage to him, unless you have been the victim of abuse by him. In that case, you could petition for yourself under VAWA. If you divorce him and remarry to another U.S. citizen, that spouse can petition for you as long as the marriage is real -- your first marriage won't affect your chance to do that. Just getting divorced itself will not get you deported, because that's not something that will alert immigration authorities.
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What you haven't indicated is how you entered the country; either after being inspected or not. This will control a lot of what happens in your immigration future. As well, we don't know when you entered, how old you are or your education history. All these factors and more play into whether or not you are eligible for an immigration benefit.
You need to take the time to go in and speak to a Board Certified Family Law Attorney. No one can properly guide you on this situation without having a consultation with you and hearing the full story. There is always more to the story. It helps attorneys file the appropriate pleadings for that particular situation. You cannot go by someone else’s case and what happened to them. Nor can you live in fear from someone else’s unprofessional opinion. Do your research and look for a Board Certified Family Law Attorney. You can find that information on the Texas State Bar Website.