Thank you for your reply.
You did not have to move out of the marital home. CA is a community property
state. Even if he owned the home in his name only, you did not have to move out without a court order.
As far as spousal support in CA, for marriages
lasting less than 7 years, the CA courts will award you spousal support for a maximum of 1/2 of the time you were married. The amount of your support would be based on his income and your needs that you can prove to the court.
You are also entitled to 1/2 of all of the assets that were acquired by the community during the time you were married.
You do not have to sign the divorce agreement if you do not agree to what it says. In fact, you can make him serve you with the divorce papers and you can file an answer and a counterclaim for divorce with the terms you want in the divorce.
If he has put you out and taken all of the money out of the account, you need to get a local lawyer as that would be the best way to protect yourself. If you cannot afford one, go to the local legal aid office for assistance or call the state bar to ask about a pro bono attorney near you.
The issue here as well is it is a felony for him to have married you just for resident alien status and it can cause him to be arrested and spend up to 10 years in prison before being deported and being barred from ever returning to the United States, so you are supposed to report this to US Customs and Immigration as soon as possible. If they pick him up, you can at least get back into the home as well.