Q: I am discovering more and more each day that my husband may have only married me for a green card.
I have only been married 1 week. Each day I discover a different lady calling my husband really really late in the night. When they discover he is not married, they all say he only married me for a green card. I do not speak spanish. But I'm starting to believe them. What can I do?
The immigration process is not automatic. If your husband is seeking to apply for a green card based on marriage to a United States Citizen, then you (the U.S. Citizen) will have to perform certain tasks, such as filing an I-130 Petition and an I-864 Affidavit of Support. If you have already filed the immigration forms, you can withdraw them from USCIS. If you have any concerns, you should seek the advice of a local immigration attorney.
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