My husband just received citizenship and is leaving the marriage. Is this considered abandonment? Is there any way I can go after him for taking my citizenship?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No, and there is nothing you can do. USCIS does not require that the sponsored immigrant spouse remain in the marriage indefinitely; only that the marriage was bona fide when it was entered into.
Now that he is a U.S. citizen, you just need to walk away & find a Family law attorney to represent you in your impending dissolution proceedings.
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