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I recently met, and married a man from Thailand, he is still in the process of A.O.S.

There have been many lies told to me by him in order for him to seem like an Ideal husband.

But now the truth is out that he is actually my employers best friend.

My employer arranged my travel plans, including having him as my driver.

Come to find out, before me there had been numerous attempts by my employer to find a person to mart her friend.

What can I do to report this issue without legal problems.

We have been married less than a month and is already making plans yo move out.

I have been had.

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When he filed for AoS?


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Withdraw your I-864. This will end the case since he came on a K-1 and can only get a green card through you. Inform USCIS about the pending divorce for fraud.

You may also want to retain an employment lawyer in case your employer retaliates against you.

Best of luck.

Totally accurate.

Do it and do it fast or you might have to pay support for him for 10 years under the I-864 you filed.


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Totally accurate.

Do it and do it fast or you might have to pay support for him for 10 years under the I-864 you filed.

I'd be interested to hear if this has ever actually happened. That would be almost impossible to uphold that, I would also think paying for the flight back would be more than enough. For the OP I would not worry about this, especially when fraud is involved.

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I'd be interested to hear if this has ever actually happened. That would be almost impossible to uphold that, I would also think paying for the flight back would be more than enough. For the OP I would not worry about this, especially when fraud is involved.

What if he refuses to leave?

USCIS does not simu takes a spouse's words that there was fraud. There has to be evidence.

The smart move is to withdraw the I-864 to end the case and relieve her of any liability.

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What if he refuses to leave?

USCIS does not simu takes a spouse's words that there was fraud. There has to be evidence.

The smart move is to withdraw the I-864 to end the case and relieve her of any liability.

I will think i will agree to your point.

You need evidences to proof fraud.


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No mention of evidence just suspicion.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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