we been married for almost for two yrs and i applied for my husband to come live in the states. he is very disrespectful and and just using me to come to usa. is ther anything i can do to cancel his visa?
Your statements contain unclear, contradictory statement of facts. If he is still out of the U.S., you may still be in a position to withdraw your petition. If you do not understand my statements here, you shall consult an attorney.
Marital relationships can fizzle, even with the best plans. However, if you both entered the marriage in good faith, because you were in love, then that was all that was required. Even if you do nothing, he may still have challenges with removing 'the condition' on the two year residence card. Marriage is always a two way street. Some find out later that they are less committed than others. Others forget priorities due to work or play. Good luck.
Yes. You can contact USCIS and notify them that you believe that your husband's intentions were fraudulent. You can ask to revoke the I-130 that you filed on his behalf. He has a right to contest this and USCIS may or may not choose to take action on the case. The affidavit of support that you completed on his behalf, however, would survive divorce and you would remain obligated on the affidavit of support until he has paid in 40 quarters of social security, or until be becomes a citizen, or until either of you die.
Generally no you cannot cancel anyone's visa. Does he have a visa or is he a US permanent resident?
You can always withdraw your visa petition if you do not want to pursue it anymore. You need to write to the Immigration Service by indicating the case number of your petition and informing them about the withdrawal.
If you believe that you are the victim of fraud, you can notify USCIS. USCIS can make a determination to deny the visa petition or, if already approved, reopen the matter.
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