Q: I am under adjust status currently with my pending Family-Based Application. My husband is quite not treating me right.
Since we got married on 2018, he is different when it comes to money. Not only that, but also with respect to me. We have a joint account and he gets all my salary. All of his salary only goes to his debt (which is still not fully paid till now). And now he got laid from his work since April 27 and he still has not worked till now. His unemployment is being spent only to his perks eg. coffee, optavia, etc. I am the one paying all of our bills, and payments at home and all. He doesnt help very much at home. He only cares for what he wants. And now, my only request is to not increase the speed of network connection at home, and he started looking for divorce application last night. He is not really nice to me, which I have my 2 workmates witnessed it. I found out that as a person without status yet in America you can undergo abuse, etc. and all that. He has raise his hands on me once, and slam my laptop and phone several times now. And my family wants me now to get help. Please advise.
A: Your question isn't clear from the facts you presented. There is no way you can force your husband to contribute in a more meaningful way to the household. You could seek a divorce, and a lawyer can help you do that.
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