But even if your state doesn't include a fiance under the domestic violence laws, he'll still be subject to the normal laws that prohibit violence.
Laws on domestic violence vary from state to state. A local family lawyer can tell you about the laws where you live.
Once you notify the authorities of the abuse, they usually have complete control over whether your husband will be prosecuted or not.
Some states have laws that allow you to file for a protection order without contacting the police. A civil protection order will restrain your husband from contacting you, and maybe your children, and will give you temporary custody of your children.
It's important to contact a family lawyer in your area to find out which laws apply to your situation.
Keep in mind that deportation can affect your ability to receive and/or get alimony and child support. It will be very difficult, if not impossible, to collect support from a spouse who has been deported to another country.
It is very important for you to contact a qualified lawyer in your area to advise you on how to proceed on your domestic violence matter, since it is trickier than the normal situation.