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Overstay my b2 but married to a usc

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Filed: EB-2 Visa Country: Romania
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Hi. I entered the USA with inspection and extend it also. Meanwhile I got married to my boyfriend in bona fide marriage in July 2014 while was still under the b2 . My i-94 ended September 2014. My husband signed the i130 and afidevit of support, yet made all kind problems to withhold me from sending it. We're married 5 month now and he's alcoholism is a big issue and since the marriage he takes it out on me abusive, cursing , abandoning me with anger, being racist against my religious and last week he threatened with Imigration deportation and evicted all my furniture, telling me to leave. We're at a delicate housing situation at his friend's home and if I would call the police so this friend would cick me out. So I didn't call the police. And reconcile with my husband to buy time coz he threatened also with anolment ! I recorded all the arguments and all his threats and even though we so called reconcile, I can't let it go I'm feeling sick and afraid from the next time. I still have 3 month before facing 180 days overstay. I want to submit vawa. Can I use my recordings as evidence? I don't know if any friend will give me a letter coz their also his friends plus the abuse happens within the house and hardly near people. Out side he praises me and try to look loving and supporting. He's doing nothing to help me even though we're very much inlove and he says how much he's lost without me coz I'm solid and caring. Do I have to submit i360 within the 180 days before I face 3 yrs ban? Or the count stops once submitting? What after an aprove? I'm still overstay? Or if it's a denail so my 180 days will start again? Pls help me understand the timing importance , I also need more time to gather evidence. Tnx Pearl

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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I can't answer your technical questions, but I'd be careful about your recorded evidence. Your profile says that you live in Florida where it is illegal to record another party without their consent. This proof is Inadmissable in a court of law. My husband went through a messy custody case where his ex wife tried to use a recorded conversation as evidence. It was deemed Inadmissable.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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You should speak to a lawyer who can better guide you. When my husband and I did our I-130, I saw there were a section that mentioned that battered spouses can file on their own behalf. I'm assuming you will need proof for that, such as police records, witnesses, injuries documented at the hospital etc.


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Engaged December 31st 2011


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USCIS Stage


September 8th 2014 - Filed I-130 with Nebraska Service Center


September 16th 2014 - NOA1 received


March 2nd 2015 - NOA2 received :dancing:



NVC Stage


March 28th 2015 - Choice of agent complete & AOS fee paid


April 17th 2015 - IV fee paid


May 1st 2015 - Sent in IV application


May 12th 2015 - Sent in AOS and IV documents


May 18th 2015 - Scan Date


June 18th 2015 - Checklist received


June 22nd 2015 - Checklist response sent to NVC


June 25th 2015 - Put for Supervisor Review


Sept 15th 2015 - Request help from Texas US Senator Cornyn and his team


Sept 23rd 2015 - Our case is moved from supervisor review to NVC's team for dealing with Senator requests


Nov 4th 2015 - CASE COMPLETE!!!! :dancing:



Embassy Stage


Dec 16th 2015 - Medical exam


Dec 21st 2015 - Interview


Dec 21st 2015 - 221(g) issued at interview for updated forms


Jan 13th 2016 - Mailed our reply to the 221(g) to the US Embassy, received and CEAC updated the next morning


Jan 20th 2016 - Embassy require more in-depth info on asset for i-864


Feb 1st 2016 - Sent more in-depth info on assets as requested. Received the next morning


Feb 16th 2016 - Visa has been issued :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:



In the US


April 5th 2016 - POE Newark. No questions asked.


April 14th 2016 - SSN received


May 10th 2016 - First day at my new job :dancing:


May 27th 2016 - Green Card received


June 7th 2016 - Got my Texas driver's license

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Filed: EB-2 Visa Country: Romania
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Transporterwife tnx, I'm not taking him to court. As I understand, immigration rules are same in all the USA . So in an interview with immigration officer, will my recordings have any statement? That was my only way to document his behavior .

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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I honestly do not know if they'll hold any weight seeing as electronic devices are not permitted for use during interviews anyways. And then there's the issue of authenticity of the aubject's voice (could be somebody acting etc) There are better ways to document it ie: seeing therapists/counsellor's. They're required both ethically and legally to report any sort of emotional abuse to authorities if it is indeed endangering one's life. Many times also keeping a specific, time sensitive journal of events may help as well documenting approximate time and date of the events.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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