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Unfortunately, all you can really do is to send a letter to the USCIS of your suspicisons, and that she is asking for a divorce, but beyond that, no. If she used you for 2 years, and fooled you for that long, they might consider that your marriage lasted long enough to make them believe that she had good intentions. There are non-immigrant marriages here, unfortunately, that last less time. I'm sorry you're in this situation. It can't be easy for you at all. I wish there were better information out here for you.


Angela & Peter

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K-1 Process (Condensed)

02/01/10: Took atty's bad advice and applied for B2 visa

02/16/10: B2 Visa Interview: DENIED - K1 Required

05/07/10: Atty sent I-129F Petition to Chicago Lockbox

05/31/10: Atty rec'd Petition back due to wrong location

06/01/10: I-129F pkg sent to VSC

06/11/10: NOA1 Rec'd/Touch

09/17/10: INTERVIEW = APPROVED

10/22/10: Marriage in the US

AOS Process

11/13/10: Mailed Packet to CHI Lockbox

11/18/10: NOA1 Rec'd via Text

11/20/10: Soc. Sec. fixed mistake/Processed SSN

11/23/10: Rec'd SSN

11/23/10: Touch

12/09/10: RFE - Supposedly didn't sign I-864 when I KNOW I did. (Copies to prove it.)

12/20/10: Biometrics Appt

12/20/10: RFE Response Rec'd/Processing Resumed

12/27/10: Transferred to CSC

12/29/10: Contacted Senator re: EAD Expedite Request

12/30/10: AOS Touch

12/30/10: EAD & AP Approved (Card Production Ordered)

01/05/11: AOS Touch (Rec'd @ CSC)

01/06/11: AOS Touch/EAD Mailed

01/08/11: EAD & AP Rec'd

01/10/11: AOS Touch

01/14/11: EAD Touch

01/26/11: AOS APPROVED!!

02/02/11: Green Card Received

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We were ok.. all of sudden she change her mind. She says she don't like the usa.

I just found out, her sister did the same thing.

Unfortunately, all you can really do is to send a letter to the USCIS of your suspicisons, and that she is asking for a divorce, but beyond that, no. If she used you for 2 years, and fooled you for that long, they might consider that your marriage lasted long enough to make them believe that she had good intentions. There are non-immigrant marriages here, unfortunately, that last less time. I'm sorry you're in this situation. It can't be easy for you at all. I wish there were better information out here for you.

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I'm so sorry. Sounds like a bad case of culture shock that really got to her. Is she saying she wants to go back home? Or stay here on the green card you helped her get? Unfortunately, sometimes this happens. My best friend Manu is from Germany, I met her there, and she married an American soldier. They had 2 children together, and were living happily in Germany together before he was stationed back here. Even being from Europe, the culture shock coming here was hard for her. She never wanted to leave, though, and is happy here now. I guess coming from somewhere like Cambodia it was probably much worse for her. I really hope you can either work things out or figure out a solution.

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Angela & Peter

usa.gift4527.gifuk.gif

K-1 Process (Condensed)

02/01/10: Took atty's bad advice and applied for B2 visa

02/16/10: B2 Visa Interview: DENIED - K1 Required

05/07/10: Atty sent I-129F Petition to Chicago Lockbox

05/31/10: Atty rec'd Petition back due to wrong location

06/01/10: I-129F pkg sent to VSC

06/11/10: NOA1 Rec'd/Touch

09/17/10: INTERVIEW = APPROVED

10/22/10: Marriage in the US

AOS Process

11/13/10: Mailed Packet to CHI Lockbox

11/18/10: NOA1 Rec'd via Text

11/20/10: Soc. Sec. fixed mistake/Processed SSN

11/23/10: Rec'd SSN

11/23/10: Touch

12/09/10: RFE - Supposedly didn't sign I-864 when I KNOW I did. (Copies to prove it.)

12/20/10: Biometrics Appt

12/20/10: RFE Response Rec'd/Processing Resumed

12/27/10: Transferred to CSC

12/29/10: Contacted Senator re: EAD Expedite Request

12/30/10: AOS Touch

12/30/10: EAD & AP Approved (Card Production Ordered)

01/05/11: AOS Touch (Rec'd @ CSC)

01/06/11: AOS Touch/EAD Mailed

01/08/11: EAD & AP Rec'd

01/10/11: AOS Touch

01/14/11: EAD Touch

01/26/11: AOS APPROVED!!

02/02/11: Green Card Received

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Cambodia
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She and i filed papers already for a divorce. Her sister end up staying here in the usa.

She says she is going back to Cambodia. To behonest I don't want a way to come back to usa.

She really hurted me. I want to report her to the American Embassy and INS.

I'm so sorry. Sounds like a bad case of culture shock that really got to her. Is she saying she wants to go back home? Or stay here on the green card you helped her get? Unfortunately, sometimes this happens. My best friend Manu is from Germany, I met her there, and she married an American soldier. They had 2 children together, and were living happily in Germany together before he was stationed back here. Even being from Europe, the culture shock coming here was hard for her. She never wanted to leave, though, and is happy here now. I guess coming from somewhere like Cambodia it was probably much worse for her. I really hope you can either work things out or figure out a solution.

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I'm so sorry your marriage is ending. It is always sad to hear about these things happening, especially when you worked so hard and overcame so many obstacles just to be together.

From what you've said here, She moved to the US, married you, lived here with you as a married couple for almost a year, and now she says she doesn't like the US and wants to go back home? Unfortunate, but not very unusual or unique. How can you be so sure she only married you for a GC? Did she say that? Because to me, an outsider, it doesn't really sound like immigration fraud, it sounds like a marriage that didn't work out, partially due to a cultural difference that was too difficult to overcome.

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She told me that she didn't love me at all. She got married because she listen to her folks.

I'm so sorry your marriage is ending. It is always sad to hear about these things happening, especially when you worked so hard and overcame so many obstacles just to be together.

From what you've said here, She moved to the US, married you, lived here with you as a married couple for almost a year, and now she says she doesn't like the US and wants to go back home? Unfortunate, but not very unusual or unique. How can you be so sure she only married you for a GC? Did she say that? Because to me, an outsider, it doesn't really sound like immigration fraud, it sounds like a marriage that didn't work out, partially due to a cultural difference that was too difficult to overcome.

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If she goes back to Cambodia before her green card expires, that is it. End of story. Doesn't sound like she used you for a green card if she is going back to Cambodia.


Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Bangkok, Thailand

Marriage : 2006-11-08

I-130 Sent : 2008-02-22

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-03-10

I-129F Sent : 2008-04-08

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-04-14

I-129F touched: 2008-05-06

I-130 touched: 2008-05-09

I-129F approved 2008-09-05

I-130 approved 2008-09-05

NVC received 2008-09-12

Pay I-864 2008-10-08

Pay IV bill 2008-10-08

Receive Instruction 2008-11-05

Case Complete 2008-11-18

Medical 2009-01-19/20 passed

Receive Pkt 4 2009-01-30

Interview 221g 2009-02-23

Second interview 2009-03-02 Approved

POE DFW 2009-03-07

Received SS card 2009-03-17

Received GC 2009-04-01

Done for 3 years or 10 years. Haven't decided yet.

(I'm going for the IR-1 and blowing off the K-3. Even if it takes an extra couple months, it's worth it to not have to deal with USCIS again)

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Note:

Please fill out I-130, wait 6 months for approval, then 3 more months for an interview. (Unless of course we've bombed your country into the stone age, then you qualify for expedited processing.)

Welcome to the USA!!!

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If she goes back to Cambodia before her green card expires, that is it. End of story. Doesn't sound like she used you for a green card if she is going back to Cambodia.

Not it's not "end of story". If she goes back to Cambodia before her card expires she can still come back. She can still apply for ROC on her own, depends how long she stays away from the US for of course.

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Not it's not "end of story". If she goes back to Cambodia before her card expires she can still come back. She can still apply for ROC on her own, depends how long she stays away from the US for of course.

Doesn't sound like she's going back to "visit"


Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Bangkok, Thailand

Marriage : 2006-11-08

I-130 Sent : 2008-02-22

I-130 NOA1 : 2008-03-10

I-129F Sent : 2008-04-08

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-04-14

I-129F touched: 2008-05-06

I-130 touched: 2008-05-09

I-129F approved 2008-09-05

I-130 approved 2008-09-05

NVC received 2008-09-12

Pay I-864 2008-10-08

Pay IV bill 2008-10-08

Receive Instruction 2008-11-05

Case Complete 2008-11-18

Medical 2009-01-19/20 passed

Receive Pkt 4 2009-01-30

Interview 221g 2009-02-23

Second interview 2009-03-02 Approved

POE DFW 2009-03-07

Received SS card 2009-03-17

Received GC 2009-04-01

Done for 3 years or 10 years. Haven't decided yet.

(I'm going for the IR-1 and blowing off the K-3. Even if it takes an extra couple months, it's worth it to not have to deal with USCIS again)

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Note:

Please fill out I-130, wait 6 months for approval, then 3 more months for an interview. (Unless of course we've bombed your country into the stone age, then you qualify for expedited processing.)

Welcome to the USA!!!

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