Yes - being married previously will bring into play bigamy and possible annulment. I would recommend you consult with local counsel to discuss further.
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Yes. This is an issue that you really need to speak with an attorney about.
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Yes - seek help.
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Yes, absolutely it is bigamy.
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Your marriage to him is void, a nullity, and you can seek an annulment. You should hire an attorney for this.
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Yes and yes. You should consult with local family law counsel to help get you out of this mess. An immigration attorney can help you with the other matter, but he is not legally married to you he cannot use you as his wife to obtain residency in the U.S.
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