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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco

Hey Guys,I have been in trouble with my US souse since September 2019, when she heard that I received my fingerprint appointment to receive my green car she started to threat me of deportation and has escalated argument at the house until to the point of physical assault where she did hit me in the eyes.

I have documented everything with the local police but I haven't pressed the charges against her.

But the Immigration has granted me my case and they have sent me an approval letter at the house.

 I have received my 10 year green card when she did know about it she still kept calling the police and do everything possible in her power to get me deported.

I tried to move to Houston I got in car accident I went back to San Antonio where I live I was afraid from deportation she said that she will set-up an appointment foe me to ask an immigration attorney if there is any case of deportation.

She set me up and since then she would not let me go back to the house to live with her or either let me have the vehicle and she has serve me with a restraining order so i couldn't go back to the house she has also filled for divorce and I haven' received any notification for USCIS to appear for a hearing.


two months ago I was in downtown until the police found me and they have reported me to the immigration for deportation.

Until this day I'm still worried I haven't been arrested or taken to immigration detention.

They just let me suffer all this time until I don't look like any regular resident.

I have contacted USCIS on multiple occasion by the phone and they don't have a clear answer about the hearing. 

I feel like that my rights has been taken away really easy, and I haven't been able to defend my self in front of an immigration judge.

 have been homeless and I didn't know how I can sue her for major depression and mental disorder.

She kept my bank check she destroyed them and he has taken my medical files I kept them in my vehicle and she has destroyed them as well.

When I call attorneys for help they keep asking me for the letter of notification wish I have never received either in person or by mail.

I'm really lost at words i feel like my rights f residency has been taken away really easy without having the chance to defend my self or get any other immigration reliefs. 


Right Now I'm not working and I have lost my vehicle and my job at a local car manufacture because of her abuse. 

She would call the police on me everytime I go back home.

And she is accusing me of harassment. 


I'm wondering how I could sue her for the mental damage and of all this years of abuse and specially completely destroying my future and my life?

Please help with any useful advice.



Marriage (if applicable): 2015-10-15
I-130 Sent : 2015-11-03
I-130 NOA1 : 2015-11-05
I-130 RFE :
I-130 RFE Sent :
I-130 Approved : 2016-05-18
NVC Received : 2016-06-01
Received DS-261 / AOS Bill : 2016-06-22
Pay AOS Bill : 2016-08-28
Receive I-864 Package :
Send AOS Package : 2016-09-07
Submit DS-261 : 2016-09-04
Receive IV Bill : 2016-08-01
Pay IV Bill : 2016-09-01
Send IV Package : 2016-09-07
Receive Instruction and Interview appointment letter : 2016-11-01
Case Completed at NVC :
NVC Left :
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Packet 4 Received : 2016-11-01
Interview Date : 2016-12-08 Submit Review
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Best advice is to file for divorce. She can't have you deported. You say you have your 10 year green card so there is nothing left for you to do pertaining to her and immigration.


If you sue her, it will NOT be immigration related. It will be a civil/family court matter. Not immigration.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Haiti

I'm confused as to why you're worried about deportation if you already have your 10 year GC. She can't do anything. You should've pressed charges after she hit you. If you have proof then go to your local court house and file a restraining order.  File for divorce as well and move on with your life!!!

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