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Thread: green card

  1. #1
    my wife got her green card in june,, now we are getting a divorce. I believe the whole marriage was a sham on her part. SOme lawyers sugguested filing a civil law suit "Theft by deception" .This has cost me so much as she is going for half of everything I own.
    Help can I file a complaint or bust her green card or????????

  2. #2
    my wife got her green card in june,, now we are getting a divorce. I believe the whole marriage was a sham on her part. SOme lawyers sugguested filing a civil law suit "Theft by deception" .This has cost me so much as she is going for half of everything I own.
    Help can I file a complaint or bust her green card or????????

  3. #3
    That sounds no fun at all. You probably need to go back to one of the lawyers that you have spoken with already, to get some more advice. Good luck.

  4. #4
    Dear Mishu,

    I'm sorry to hear this. One option you may wnat to consider would be to file for annulment based on fraud. Do get a good divorce lawyer and research the marriage and divorce laws of your state. Hopefully, she won't get much and maybe if you're lucky nothing. My ex husband threatened to take half as well. In the end, he walked out of the house with his personal belongings.

    Good luck!

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  6. #6
    Michael
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    Yes it is !!! Or is it Mischa ?
    I have a comrade !!

  7. #7
    The proper action in your case would be a civil tort for fraud & fraudulent misrepresentation. Theft by deception falls under criminal law and would be an action the State could take to prosecute a fraud against the public, agency or order.

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