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  • swissnut
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    b-u-m-p

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    This site has gotten bad because of the likes of Sammy coming here and bad mouthing it.

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    SAMMY;

    THIS IS THE BEST IMMIGRATION WEB SITE IN THE WORLD ! DON'T YOU PUT IT DOWN !!!!!!

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    I drove by Sammy's house today. He lives inside a house in the shape of a big duck !

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    bigdummy;
    Could you dye your hair blonde for us? What are your measurements and do you like women as well? Thank you.

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  • bigdummy
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    Sammy,

    Thank you for your advice and words of wisdom. I call myself bigdummy because I believe when it comes to by ex I was a bigdummy. I don't consider myself to be dumb in other aspects of my personal life or career. No, I'm not blonde. I am a brunette, so you prpbably wouldn't like me.

    I recognize there are different units of USCIS, each with their own responsibilites. I guess it didn't occur to me (bigdummy) that those units wouldn't interact and share information.

    I do have a very specific question for you or someone else. My ex came to the USA on a fiance' visa, we married soon after. When I did the paperwork for the I-485 I included appliations for EAD and affidavit of support. I didn't do an I-130. Thus, I cannot withdraw something I never submitted. How does this effect my/his case?

    Perhaps I am dumb when it comes to immigration matters, but I would think if the USCIS has knowledge of an illegal alien they would relay that information to whichever unit deports them.

    I have read a little about the I-360 and wouldn't be surprised if my ex tried to go that route, but his petition would be a total lie and I would hope USCIS would see that. I loved him, supported him and tried to make a life with him. If that is extreme emotional abuse then I think a lot of people spend years looking for it.

    I will email you so we can have more one on more talks soon.

    Thanks,
    bigdummy

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    maybe he is bi -s-e-x ual

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  • Marasmus
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    I had thought Sammy was g ay? He is now saying 'her' when talking about his ex.

    Have things changed or is he just confused?

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    Hey Sammy; Why didn't you come with me to Russia to find a hotter wife? You will forget that piece of garbage in no time. I am going to Odessa next year; wanna come? When are we going to meet at the "Lobster Roll" for "LUNCH" ????

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    I am ALWAYS right ! When will you people learn???

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  • bigdummy
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    Thank you for the well wishes. I really appreciate anyone who takes the time to respond to my questions and/or comments.

    Sammy,
    I have another question for you, if you don't mind. You said if I should choose to report my ex to USCIS and have him deported. I think I have reported by sending our divorce decree and requesting the affidavit of support be withdrawn. I don't know how they could approve the I-485 when the conditions under which is was filed are no longer accurate.

    As far as my ex is concerned, I don't care if he marries a hundred more times, but I don't want to be financially responsible for him. I do believe with all my heart he committed marriage fraud, it is up to USCIS to decide if they want to investigate that and determine whether or not he is guilty.

    I agree with Michael in that the rules are very clear, yet they don't seem to be enforced.

    I think it is sad that anyone regardless of nationality would marry someone for any reason other than love and I don't believe you can fall in and out of love with the changing of the seasons. I have some reasons to hate my ex and a part of me does, but because I loved him so much and for a long period of time (more than four years) a part of me still loves him.
    I don't wish to have any relationship with him ever again as I could never trust him. With that said, I realize I cannot and should not judge all foreign men based on what he did to me.

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    Yea; so they say; don't believe everything you read; especially anything from USCIS

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  • sappyconifer
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    If, at any time, a determination of marriage fraud is made by an AO or USCIS, the alien will not be able to secure permanent residency through subsequent marriages(s) to a United States citizen.

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    I don't know. Last I heard from her lawyer was that she would lose the conditional card but get a new one from new marriage. That was a year ago. I have not spoken to the lawyer since.

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  • Pasha Patel
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    Just out of curiosity...Michael...did your fraudster wife get the green card?

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