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Hello Everybody.

I had gotten married back in my home country Pakistan in October of 2008. After all the immigration process, my wife arrived in the US in September 2009. During this period our marriage was going fine according to me at least and we had no issues. However, last month all of a sudden my wife all of a sudden left my house without any reason. I reported to the police, my wife missing and next day the cops came and told me she had accused me of assaulting her and battery charges. Which was complete false, as she had no evidence and no witnesses of that. We went to court and I took all my evidences and all she had was statements and of course, I was not guilty. Then she came next day and wanted to get her belongings from the house and cops asked for her GreenCard as well. I cooperated and gave it to her. Now, her Green Card is only valid for another 1, it expires September 2011. At the moment she is not living with me any more, and from my side the marriage was completely fine and faithful. But after this, I know she married me just for the Green Card. I have notified USCIS about this and also when she ran from my home, she also stole my mothers jewelry and ornaments. I have filed that report with the police as well and very shortly that case will open up as well. I want to know what is the process of her greencard being revoked or cancelled before next year because I have been totally disgraced badly and all her intention was to get the Green Card so she can go back and forth legally. I would appreciate if someone can help me, as I have not consulted a immigration lawyer yet. Thank you.

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I doubt it can be revoked but with the pending case you filed, it sure will be practically impossible for her to apply for and successfully get her 10 year GC without u. She messed up big time and karma is a coming...

Run, dont walk. You might also wanna send a follow-up notarized letter to ICE to verify what you have already submitted.

Sorry u have to deal with this but it'll be over soon


01/06/10 - Got Married

AOS from F-1 visa (2 months 2 1/2 weeks or 82 days)

04/14/10 - Sent AOS Package

04/26/10 - Hardcopy NOAs Received

05/16/10 - Biometrics letter

05/19/12 - Successful Walk-in Biometrics in Dover DE

07/07/10 - Interview Appointment in Philly- July 7 @ 11:05 am APPROVED

07/19/10 - 2 YEAR Green Card received

Removal of Conditions (9 months 1 1/2 weeks or 285 days)

04/08/12 - Eligibility date

04/19/12 - Sent ROC Package

04/26/12 - Hardcopy NOAs Received

05/17/10 - Biometrics letter

05/24/12 - Successful Walk-in Biometrics in Dover DE

01/25/13 - APPROVED- ROC card production ordered

02/05/13 - 10 YEAR Green Card received

Naturalization (5 months 2 days or 155 days)

04/15/13 - Eligibility date

06/07/13 - Sent Package

06/20/13 - Hardcopy NOAs Received

06/27/12 - Successful Walk-in Biometrics in Dover DE

07/05/13 - Interview letter sent/In-line notification

08/14/13 - Interview scheduled in Philly @ 1:30 pm APPROVED

11/07/13 - Oath Ceremony

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Aren't you a US citizen? If so, how can Pakistan be your home country and not the USA?

There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. When I refer to hyphenated Americans, I do not refer to naturalized Americans. Some of the very best Americans I have ever known were naturalized Americans, Americans born abroad. But a hyphenated American is not an American at all . . . . The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic . . . . There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.

President Teddy Roosevelt on Columbus Day 1915

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Aren't you a US citizen? If so, how can Pakistan be your home country and not the USA?

he probably filed for naturalization and has double citizenship now. even if one becomes US citizen, in our hearts the place we were born is our home country :yes:

I am sorry to hear about your situation, ushahid1217...She surely seems to have cared more about the green card than your marriage. Do everything you need to do to prove her ill intentions...and good luck!

Our Love Story's 1st page: June 15, 2008

K 1: 98 days!
May 11 - August 17, 2010 APPROVED!!!
POE: September 14, 2010 Chicago, IL
Wedding Day: September 22, 2010

AOS from K1: 96 days!
November 19, 2010 - February 24, 2011 APPROVED!!!
November 19, 2010: AOS, EAD & AP applications mailed
December 20, 2010: Biometrics (day 31)
January 18, 2011: case transfered to CSC (day 60)
February 10, 2011: EAD & AP approved! (day 83)
February 24, 2011: GC production ordered! (day 96)

Removing conditions: 5 months and 30 days!
December 6, 2012: package mailed
December 10, 2012: NOA 1 (day 4)

June, 5, 2013: APPROVED!!!

June, 10 2013: 10 yr GC received



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any news on the police finding the jewelry?

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