Hello, my name is ***** ***** I will be the immigration attorney helping you today.
I'm so sorry that this is happening to you. You should never have to go through something like that.
The good news is that you can very likely still keep your green card and still divorce. Since you already have the green card, what you have to do is wait until your 2 year green card is about to expire and then file the form I-751 to remove conditions . There is an option to file it after you are divorced and also if you are abused. You can choose both options and provide proof of the abuse. Try to keep proof that you were together until now such as Joint bank statements, joint bils, anything else you can get.
Good luck to you and I hope this answer has helped you!
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