If I file for the annulment - what type of consequences I will face (my wife will have only choise to file as abused wife so she will claim it in court)?
A: Okay, sincere answer. Under California law, annulment is almost never granted. You would have to show that you didn't know that you were getting married, or that your spouse was already married to someone else at the time you married. Otherwise, you will be getting a regular divorce, just like everyone else.
I know one person who got in this situation and the court ordered him to give his wife his house and a car + $1200/month to support. Can it be a reality for me?
A: Based on your described facts, your divorce will be straightforward, and if you are the spouse who earns income, then you may be ordered to pay your spouse support. Ordinarily, a one-year marriage is insufficient to warrant a significant spousal support award. However, if your spouse is allowed to remain in the USA, and since you signed an affdavit of support, the court is likely to require you to maintain support for your spouse until the requirements of that affidavit are satisfied -- meaning that your spouse become self-supporting.
I know my wife will probably be deported in a year by UCSIS but by that time I will lose my house and everything else.
A: This may or may not happen. If it does, then that could cause your support obligation to be terminated by the family court.
Note: if you really don't want to be in the relationship, then the sooner you divorce, the sooner your obligation for support will end. So, for a family law attorney referral, see: http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/lris/directory/main.cfm?id=CA and www.martindale.com.
Hope this helps.
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