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Do you know for sure a fiance visa petition was filed in both cases?
It is form I-129F and is filed with USCIS at one of these addresses:
P.O. Box 660151
Dallas, TX 75266
For USPS Express Mail and courier deliveries:
2501 South State Highway 121 Business
Lewisville, TX 75067
If you firmly believe such a fraudulent petition has been filed your husband can be prosecuted by the government for the fraud and serve up to 5 years in jail and up to $250,000 fine.
That being said, you may make an appointment with the nearest USCIS office through InfoPass and give this information to the USCIS officer there.
They have the ability to look up in the PIMS - Petition Information Management System the most recent petition by his name, date and place of birth and begin an investigation. You need to be award that if he has done so it is subject to criminal prosecution.
There is nothing you can do about his bribes to Romanian officials except report those to the Romanian Embassy. US government law enforcement has no control over violation of Romanian laws.
As for any prosecution of the Romanian citizen, it may or may not happen. First, she would have had to have fraudulently applied for the fiance visa after your husband's petition was approved.
If she is threatening you harm, you can contact the FBi who would have jurisdiction over such crimes.
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