I was previously married to man that tried to use me for a green card. I never filed aanything with this man. Now my current husband and I are going through the process and they are denying my husband his green card. I am frustrated and don't understand why this is happening when i was honest and up front with everything. What are my chances that my husband will get his green card?
The fact that you were previously married to someone is not grounds for the denial of the petition you filed for your husband. If USCIS feels that your marriage to your current husband is not bona fide then that would be a reason to deny the petition. Likewise, if there is something in your husband's immigration or criminal history which renders him ineligible that could be a reason for a denial as well. In short, from your facts, something doesn't add up.
I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review the case (including the written denial notices), advise you as to the options available, and recommend an appropriate course of action.
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