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hi everyone, im new here. I really need help. Im married for about 3yrs already. But I cant take it anymore. i was verbally abused many times by my husband that pushed me to attempted suicide in front of him due to frustration and depression. and because he knew everything in this country he called the police and reported what had happened. But after that we still decided to save the marriage but its not working anymore. My heart is broken already.


now, my questions are: 


my ROC filing will be on Feb 2019


1. what is the best thing to do, File the divorce now and file ROC by myself or joint? 


2. filing a divorce will affect my ROC application that will cause denial or deportation?


Please help me, i really dont know what to do i have teenager son with me and my husband wants to kick him out in his house and send him back to our country. 


your help and response is highly appreciated. God bless to all.


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12 minutes ago, Waittrain said:


Immigration should be the last priority. You safety and well being should be the first.


If your marriage is genuine, you will get your gc. All the best. 

~~Post and One reply quoted above split to it's own thread. Also moved to Effects of Major Family Changes from ROC - as similar threads are discussed here.~~

Edited by Ontarkie


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