Wife has mentioned divorce, Qâ€™s regarding non citizenship (legal permanent resident)
Iâ€™m a permanent resident of the U.S, not a citizen yet. Moved here Aug 2012 on a K1 visa to marry my wife. Weâ€™ve been married almost 6 years, have 2 young kids and a third on the way. Sheâ€™s mentioned divorce (came as a huge shock to me and itâ€™s the last thing I would want) but Iâ€™d like some info in case the worst happens.
Iâ€™m the sole bread winner, sheâ€™s a stay at home mom with zero income, everything we own has been bought with my money/money gifted from my family back in U.K. I do my best to manage the mortgage, bills and money for food whilst she isnâ€™t the best at handling finances. My concerns are losing the house, vehicles and kids, as both our names are on the titles. I work 50 hours a week in a physical job and then come home to do most of the chores, sheâ€™s battled depression, alcoholism and has had suicidal tendencies, although much of this isnâ€™t documented.
Sheâ€™s a great person and an incredible mother, she would do anything for our children. Weâ€™ve had less intimate time alone since the kids because theyâ€™re always sleeping in our bed, and I rarely have free time because there is always work at home to be done (honey do list). What is the likelihood that I would be able to keep my house, vehicle or kids, given the situation? I gave up everything to move here for her, and I donâ€™t want to lose everything. I have a clean record, donâ€™t smoke or drink, nor do I go out anywhere (literally not once in 6 years) so I can help at home.
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