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    i posted some time ago about my soon to be divorced american wife trying to deport me,
    and i recieved some very infomative and helpfull advice ,
    and i thank you all,
    however,
    my wife still keeps threatining to inform immigration although i have informed her that she could get in trouble if she claims that ours was a sham marriage etc,
    would it help me if i was to talk to immigration and inform them of what she plans to do ?

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    i posted some time ago about my soon to be divorced american wife trying to deport me,
    and i recieved some very infomative and helpfull advice ,
    and i thank you all,
    however,
    my wife still keeps threatining to inform immigration although i have informed her that she could get in trouble if she claims that ours was a sham marriage etc,
    would it help me if i was to talk to immigration and inform them of what she plans to do ?

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      Hi Brit,

      I guess visiting USCIS cannot do any harm, but I don't think they will do much to be honest.

      I informed USCIS myself of my husband's threats but all they said was there was nothing they will do about it until they receive a claim from him about fraud.
      The fact that you have your 10yr green card now USCIS will not act on any claim from her unless she can prove something big and without doubt.

      The thing is, she really is now blackmailing you and that is something different. She is using a threat over your head so she can be kept by you financially, which is wrong.

      Have you seen an attorney yet? If I were you when you do talk to her, have someone there as witness in case she does blackmail you again, and then you could use this against her.

      I really would not worry about her threats, as long as you have not committed any fraud.
      I know how you feel, I too was scared and not knowing what USCIS could do or what my husband would say to them, I couldn't rest.

      I think once your wife knows you want a divorce, the only way she thinks she can stop you or to have it her way, is to use the Green card over you. She can't do anything, seriously, unless you did commit fraud and she can prove it.

      Go to the USCIS and take with you a letter of the facts, threats etc, or ask them if they can note it for your file. I don't think they will do much, but like I said, you won't know unless you give it a go.

      Let us know how you get on
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