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Withdrawing my affidavit of support and greencard

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Hi all, 

 

on here looking for advice. I married a man who I though loved me and I brought him to USA. We are now going thru a divorce. He used me to come here. I would like to withdraw my affidavit of support and he was issue a 2 year greencard I will like to contact uscis and let them know he married me based on fraud. I filed for an annulment based on fraud. He said he will file under domestic violence. please help!!!!

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You can not withdraw the affidavit of support. You are bound to this legal document until he works 40 quarters, becomes a citizen, gives up his residency or dies. It is all in the instructions and Sections 212(a)(4) and 213A of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The provisions are codified in Title 8 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) at 8 CFR 213a

 

If he is planning on accusing you of domestic violence make sure you are NEVER alone with him; it will be his word against yours. Divorce, change your phone number, forget about him and move on.


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32 minutes ago, Georgia16 said:

What's you complete timeline? 

 

Did he get his 2 year GC already? Because then you can't pull it. 

 

 

Yes, he received his 2 year GC and left to DR to be with his baby mother I have pictures. He is now living with his sister. 

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7 minutes ago, Luckycuds said:

You can not withdraw the affidavit of support. You are bound to this legal document until he works 40 quarters, becomes a citizen, gives up his residency or dies. It is all in the instructions and Sections 212(a)(4) and 213A of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The provisions are codified in Title 8 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) at 8 CFR 213a

 

If he is planning on accusing you of domestic violence make sure you are NEVER alone with him; it will be his word against yours. Divorce, change your phone number, forget about him and move on.

He threaten to file divorce under domestic violence. I was reading on here I reported him to USCIS just now. provided his new address. I wish I never met him. He has made my life a living hell. I even been on anxiety medication. 

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Okay then you can't withdraw anything that is too late.

 

If you have proof and it has to be hard proof of immigration fraud then you can submit that to USCIS. There is nothing he can go by for domestic violence now (is he talking about the 10 year GC)? 

 

What id the timeline. Coming to us, getting AOS approved?


 

 

 

 

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34 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

1.  Protect yourself both physically and legally through an attorney..  

2.  If you have evidence of fraud, you can report it.  Other than that, you have no control over his immigration status.  If he was issued a Green Card, your affidavit of support remains in effect....you cannot withdraw it.....and it will remain in effect for several years...maybe even many years..a divorce will not alter your responsibilities.....the best solution might be for him to gain citizenship...which will remove you from financial responsibility for him.  Remember, You verified that the marriage was bona fide.

3.  Seek happiness for yourself.

 

 

 

Tagging this thread for future reference "Tales of the Green Card".

I have a lawyer and he was served with annulment papers. He refuses to sign and said he will file under domestic violence. I reported him to uscis. I truly fell in love and still love him but he has done so much damage to me my home and my mental health is a mess. 

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Oh no. I am so sorry to hear this. Wish you could have seen the warning signs before he got here.

 

But as said, you can't withdraw the affidavit. If you read the affidavit carefully, it even states that divorce does NOT absolve the affidavit of support. Which means if you two divorce you are still legally responsible for him.

 

As Luckycat stated, you provided the US government tons of evidence that the relationship was real, so you will have that against you. 
 

Going for an annullment is a smart move because it will mean the marriage is invalid which makes him ineligible for a GC through you. Hopefully, you will be successful with an annullment.

 

TBH, fraud cases are extremely tough to prove. Be sure to have a lot of evidence. and I mean a lot. 


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2 minutes ago, Marcia27 said:

He threaten to file divorce under domestic violence. I was reading on here I reported him to USCIS just now. provided his new address. I wish I never met him. He has made my life a living hell. I even been on anxiety medication. 

I'm sorry you are in this situation. You need to take care of yourself. Please create your visa journey timeline so we have more details of your situation. Did he come on k1 or CR1? did he come to the US and you guys adjusted status? If you create your timeline we don't have to keep asking these.

 

 


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NVC Received : 9/24/14                          NVC Left : 9/26/14

Consulate Received : 10/6/14 CEAC status changed to ready

Packet 3 Received : 10/27/14 packet received by petitioner in USA ( beneficiary never received packet 3)

Medical: 10/30/14 Dr. Buteau                  Medical picked up: 11/3/14

Packet 3 Sent : 11/10/13.. Had to schedule interview appointment and attach confirmation receipt to packet

Interview Date : 12/1/14                           Interview Result : Approved !

Visa Received : 12/10/14 picked up at Jacmel location

US Entry : 12/15/14 Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Apply for Social Security Card: 12/30/14 Connecticut

Marriage: 1/26/15

 

Adjustment of Status

CIS Office : Hartford                                  Filed : 3/18/15

NOA : 3/25/15                                            Biometrics : 4/15/15

Approved: 8/31/15                                     Received: 9/8/15

 

EAD

CIS Office : Hartford                                  Filed : 3/18/15

NOA : 3/25/15                                            Approved: 6/12/15

Received: 6/20/15

 

Removal of Conditions I-751

Filed: 8/14/17 at VSC                                 NOA: 8/15/17 Received 8/21 by mail

Biometrics: Dated: 8/25/17   Received 9/2/17   Appointment 9/11/17 

Approved: 10/23/18 -no interview

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2 minutes ago, Georgia16 said:

Okay then you can't withdraw anything that is too late.

 

If you have proof and it has to be hard proof of immigration fraud then you can submit that to USCIS. There is nothing he can go by for domestic violence now (is he talking about the 10 year GC)? 

 

What id the timeline. Coming to us, getting AOS approved?

I have pictures of him with his daughter mother. I have proof he was having relationships with other woman while married. HE never wanted to marry me thru church or have kids (he always used condoms with me) 

 

I petition for him in 2017 and he was here in 9 months with a K1 visa. We married and he had a greencard in hand in a year 2 months. 

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1 minute ago, Marcia27 said:

I have pictures of him with his daughter mother. I have proof he was having relationships with other woman while married.

Photos of two people together is not proof of anything. What other proof do you 

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