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Submitted by Robin (United States), Jul 8, 2019 at 08:44

I sent a detailed letter to USCIS in response to their Notice of Intent to Revoke, providing all of the details of our relationship. Had I not responded, they would have revoked his petition anyway. That alone would raise questions if he tried to come over by any other means. He was never even able to apply for a green card, because he was denied a visa to the U.S. at his visa interview last year due to being unable to prove our marriage was bona fide. It is doubtful he will still try to come here, because he knows how vindictive I can be, and it worries him. I have already threatened to report him to the government officials in Seoul, South Korea, for submitting a fraudulent petition for asylum (it's all lies), and unknown to him, I have already done so. I've also notified them that our marriage is a sham, as well as the U.S. Embassy in Casablanca. He told me he had gotten a visa to Italy to try to throw me off, but I know he is still in South Korea.

And yes, you told me ways I can get the marriage ended, but after having to file bankruptcy due to all the expenses associated with visiting him, helping him, and trying to bring him here, I can't afford it. I am legally married to him in Morocco, but he would have a heck of a time proving his marriage to me in the U.S. At one point I went to the Social Security office to change my last name to his, and even though I provided certified copies of our marriage certificate in both Arabic and translated to English, they refused to accept it (and thank God for that). And that was me providing the marriage certificate, not him. It's highly unlikely that any U.S. government official is going to give some immigrant, and his Moroccan paperwork, credence over a U.S. citizen. I know what you are saying, there's always a possible concern, and I will take care of it when I am able to. In the meantime, I'm not going to worry too much about it. There are too many hurdles to him getting here legally, and I think he's too afraid of what I might do to him if I ever discover he's here (because I've told him what I will do). My country will be on MY side, not some immigrant con artist's. I am making it known to every pertinent government official here what he is. If he's smart (and the jury is still out on that) he will avoid the U.S. like the plague.

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