My wife supposes to help me to get the green card, but our marriage seems like go to the end. I used to hold a F1 visa, but not anymore right now. But I still wanna stay in U.S. Is possible to marry another U.S citizen to help me get apply immigration? What kind risk I will take?
You will have to prove the bona fides of both marriages. Don't just get married to get a green card.
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What you are describing is pure and simple immigration fraud in the past and you are now seeking to do it again. You could land in jail and be deported for life.
Marriage fraud is a lifetime bar to any immigration benefits.
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Keep as much evidence of the first marriage as possible (photos, bills, bank ststements, lease agreements, insurance statements, etc.
Next schedule an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Our office can help you sort out your immigration future by spending enough time to understand and express a plan based upon your specific situation. We are in Chicago near the USCIS.
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Your biggest risk is the risk of a finding of marriage fraud. This could get you deported and permanently barred from the USA. Do not underestimate the USCIS ability to find any fraud if you are not marrying for love.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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