The simple answer is until you secure an annulment or divorce. Meet with a local divorce attorney and go over the facts for a estimation of how long it will take in your area. Good luck.
Whether you qualify for an annulment or have to go through a full divorce, you can't remarry in Oklahoma for 6 months following the final order unless you remarry your current husband.
But you can go to another state the next day if you want to.
To get an annulment, you must meet 1) residency requirements and 2) grounds for an annulment. Once an annulment is secured, you must wait 6 months to remarry in the state of Oklahoma. Although it sounds like you may qualify for an annulment, it would be best to consult a local attorney regarding the matter to ensure that you meet those requirements and that all procedures are properly followed.
This answer should not prevent you from speaking to a lawyer and disclosing all facts about your case. Additionally, it should not prevent you from filing to see if you are eligible. Please seek an attorney for an initial consultation to review all the specific facts of your case.
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