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I'm so sorry to hear about this. If he is not a permanent resident yet then you can send a letter to the USCIS office that is processing his I-485 and I-130. It should appear on the receipt notice. In the letter, let USCIS know that you are divorcing and you wish to withdraw your petition. Attach a copy of the receipt notice for the I-130 and I-485 or at least include the case number ***** you don't have the receipts.
In addition, if you have not heard back by the date of the interview, go to the interview that day and let the officer know that you are divorcing and you would like to withdraw your petition and affidavit of support. Take a copy of the letter you sent. This is going to be the best and most efficient way to make sure that USCIS is aware of the situation.
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