the problem is that even if your relationship is genuine, it will look fishy if you get divorced the moment you enter the US.
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I'm sorry your question was confusing... To clarify..... Is your entry based on marriage to a US Citizen? How long were you married? Your question says you've been "together". I too agree with the other Attorney. It could look fishy. Find a good immigration attorney Good luck.Ask a similar question
you can get the divorece but it very well could cause you prolems as noted by the other attorneys filing so soon after entry. You should speak with an immigration attorney before doing anything.
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