How I can know if my wife was married before marrying, she lived in many states before we got married.
Did you try asking her? If you don't think you got an honest answer, then it might be time to engage a private detective to investigate Any prior marriages she might have had.
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Have you asked her? It's cheaper than hiring a private detective.
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You could ask. Or you can start checking for previous marriage licenses in all of the places she lived and visited.
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Mr. Behar is right. Hire a private investigator.
This is not an immigration question. In my opinion, if you don't trust what she's telling you, perhaps you are not ready for marriage.
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