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I am one of those unlucky ones that is now a subject of a matriage fraud investigation after my N400 interview more than a month ago. I applied for my citizenship under 5 year rule. I paid all taxes, no felonies, and I retained a lawyer for the process. During interview I missed the address my ex and I used to remove conditions on my GC and my N400 is still under review. Last Thursday, I found out FDNS agents went to my ex’s house (they missed him) and my cousin’s house (witness to our marriage) and interviewed her. She said everything went well and the officers told her they were doing a reference check. I don’t know what to do anymore. I’ve been separated with my husband since 2016 and I don’t know what to expect. I just wish they will make a decision.
I have a problem. Earlier tonight I found out that I am being scammed. I filed a I-130 to bring a man that I thought that I had married. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Found out that any document that he used that he gave for me to upload.. were all faked. I also know that a friend he knows in Atlanta, GA did this for somebody else to come over here. She is a sponsor for one from her same city. Calls him her brother. She got $5,000 payment. She won't talk to me anymore because I found out everything tonight. The man that calls himself my husband.. told be a lot over WhatsApp. Two other people are involved as well. I just want my petition withdrawn and see if he can be barred. I only have copies of the documents used. I made the copies on my computer. I don't have any of the originals. He told me to send all of them back to him. I have no clue on what to do. I had many different people warn me about men from Africa and green card scams. I should have listened. 5 year relationship , all my money gone for sweet words.. up until about two months ago. Tonight was the end of it. He's waiting for an interview. Somebody please help me I still can get bank records of money sent to me for him to come over. I should have known was all lies. I was used.