I married a Nigerian in 2009, he is now a citizen and I got word that he went home this year and got married to someone from his country we are not divorce and have petition to bring his daughter here and she got approved for visa last month. Can I send this information to immigration and have him deported.
If he is now a U.S. citizen and there was no fraud in obtaining his citizenship the action of marrying someone else would not get him deported. There may be issued of bigamy in Nigeria and the U.S. would not recognize the marriage since if he was never properly divorced from you he would not be eligible to re-marry.
It doesn't sound like there was fraud in obtaining his green card and citizenship, so marrying someone in Nigeria will not get him deported by ICE.
Your fact pattern does not indicate that your spouse obtained the citizenship by fraud. The fact that he is a bigamist after obtaining the U.S. citizenship will not be a basis for the revocation of that citizenship.
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