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Hello i need some serious help. I love my wife with all my heart. I bent over backwards many times to be her everything. In April of this year, she cried bout missing the deadline for providing evidence of a bona-fied marriage, marriage appeared to be good, we was happy and sent more evidence, she then gets approved in May, june; i noticed she was looking for apartments, saying she not happy., july she started talking to someone else, she has disliked me since then. I want a divorce asap, i dont deserve this.. is their help for me or just trouble

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7 minutes ago, NaturalCitizen101 said:

Hello i need some serious help. I love my wife with all my heart. I bent over backwards many times to be her everything. In April of this year, she cried bout missing the deadline for providing evidence of a bona-fied marriage, marriage appeared to be good, we was happy and sent more evidence, she then gets approved in May, june; i noticed she was looking for apartments, saying she not happy., july she started talking to someone else, she has disliked me since then. I want a divorce asap, i dont deserve this.. is their help for me or just trouble

Sorry for all the heartache and how your wife did you wrong. I don't know what advice to give you except move on in life. You deserve better

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It sounds like she got her 10 year greencard? Is so, there is little you can do now but divorce and move on (or ask her if she'd be willing to go to marriage counselling) .

 

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You are a USC, or LPR, right?  There is no "trouble" you can get into by getting divorced.  Divorce if you wish, and move on, or try to salvage your marriage.

She has a 10-year green card now, so she doesn't need to include you in her future immigration process should she ever wish to become naturalized, if that's your concern.


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3 hours ago, NaturalCitizen101 said:

Hello i need some serious help. I love my wife with all my heart. 

Why would you be thinking of divorce? Do you not want to save the marriage? If she's not happy, don't you want her to be happy? You say she's talking to someone else. Just as friends? Nothing wrong with that! Is it someone from the same country or language as her? It could just be a feeling of isolation. Even I get that sometimes and I'm from the U.K., an English-speaking country not too dissimilar to the US. 


 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, NaturalCitizen101 said:

I got her a job where i work and she has been cheating with a co worker. Still denies it. I also found she is apartment hunting. I dont trust her and i dont want it anymore.

Then divorce, move on with your life, and seek happiness.


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12 hours ago, NaturalCitizen101 said:

I got her a job where i work and she has been cheating with a co worker. Still denies it. I also found she is apartment hunting. I dont trust her and i dont want it anymore.

How do you know she is cheating? A job where you work? She may feel isolated, because you're basically always there. At work and at home. 

 

Either way, try talking to her and if it can't be salvaged divorce and move on. 

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Not sure what kind of help you're wanting. You state you want a divorce, and to be done. What exactly are you looking for? 


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