The question of forced marriages is a very real topic in the UK. However, in the USA we do have the violence against women act as a starting point. The VAWA act pretty much was a good idea whose original intent was to keep women from remaining in bad marriages for immigration benefits. However, the incremental definitions over what constitutes abuse has made the act way too generous. In theory a person could claim almost anything with no substantiation and qualify. Thus if a person were in the USA and were unhappy with this arrangement they could get residence on their own. They would require the same housing issues that normal battered women
get on a community level. However, the situation lends itself to potential abuse as do all immigration programs.