What should I do if I realize I was used for marriage in order for my husband to obtain a green card?

I worked for his company for 2 years and never got paid. He kept stringing me along by making small payments like my car payment and kept making ultimately empty promises. All of the

Asked on May 13, 2016 under Immigration Law, California

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Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

YOu can write a letter to USCIS and explain the situation and the perpetrated fraud if you believe that is what it was and have sufficient documentation to prove it.  It does not mean, however, that USCIS will necessarily jump on it to deprive him of the green card.  You have to have solid evidence.


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