I am going to sum up what I need help with. I was married for over 7 years(technically still am) separated in Aug 07. My husband came here on student visa, dropped out of school, amrried and divorced before me. After we got married, his visa expired and I filed a petition for him to stay here as my spouse since I am a citizen. well, they approved that in 2002 and I told him that he needed to finsih the adjustment of status process and I would sign what was needed. Fast forward 5 years and he is scurrying around to take care of his papers. We file, week later, he decided he is through and leaves our marriage. Moves in with female "friend" that he is now sleeping with and loves. We got notice of our INS interview on Jan 31st. I have to got so that they can interview us and approve his green card. I can't go, I cant lie for him, risk being arrested and thrown in jail, especially after what he has done. i would like to send him notice that i wont be going, but I want something clever and tactful to say. Obviously, part of my decision was based on the fact that he betrayed my trust, refused counseling and basically walked away shattering my hopes of dreams of what marriage should be! Any suggestions?? Clever words??
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