I sponsored my husband to come to USA from Dominican Republic. He is been here for a year already, and we are having problems because of his ex-wife, who came to USA with A visa and stayed illegal after the visa expired, then got divorsed from my husband and, paid a US citizen to marry her. Actually she is leaving with another guy who is not the person she paid to ge married to.
I am really concern if my husband marry me to come to the USA and be with her now. He now has a 2 years temporary Green Card. What happend if I don't go to the appointment with him when the time is up for him to renew his green card? and, if i don't go and then I realized he does loves me and want to back with him? please help me get some answers, I don't know what to do!! some times I even want to report her to immigration for having a fake marriage.
If you do not go, his Residency will be denied. He will have to prove that your Marriage was not entered into solely for the purpose of obtaining an Immigration benefit.
And about you changing your mind, the only way that you would not cause him any major problems would be if you just don't do anything to help him. If you take steps to hurt him, like reporting him to ICE, writting letters, etc., then you change your mind, by then it is too late.
Ok, but what about his ex wife. She keeps trying ti get in our way because they have a daugther. She has a fix marriage with a guy and lives withanother, but she doesn't seem to get enough. How can i report her.
You can go to www.ice.gov and make a report by calling the 800 number there.
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