Got green card through marriage Can She remarry and petition for her spouse without problems.

Asked over 1 year ago - Bronxville, NY

My friend got her 10year green card through marriage in 2009. Her spouse moved out of the home 5mths after she got her 10 year GC, He file for divorce in 2010 using the 6 months Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage rule. He cheated in the marriage for which she has proof and according to her refuse to stop. She got her citizenship in 2012 using the five year rule.
CAN SHE REMARRY AND PETITION FOR HER NEW SPOUSE WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS.

If she had gotten citizenship through marriage could she remarry and petition for new spouse without problem.

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . She can certainly remarry and sponsor her new spouse. She will have to demonstrate that both of her marriages were bona fides, that is, for love not just for immigration purposes.

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  2. Alexander Joseph Segal

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    Answered . Yes. Provided there is no skeleton in her closet which you did not know or failed to disclose.

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  3. Jeffrey B. Peltz

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    Answered . Yes she can remarry and sponsor her new husband. They would have to prove that this marriage is a bona fide marriage.

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