Sure you can. But I see some issues in this proposition. That is why I urge you to consult with a competent immigration lawyer in your area before you do anything else.
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If the marriage is bona fide and in good faith. I would say that the age difference will raise a red flag, which can be overcome, but the assistance of an attorney should be utilized. My firm handles such cases in NY.
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You will have to overcome a presumption of fraud, so if you have solid evidence of your relationship you will be fine.
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If your marriage is based on love, then yes, you should able to apply. Whether your case will be approved will depend on a number of factors, including your background, your immigration history, and your spouse's income. Given the age gap and the fact that your fiance is relatively young, you may trigger some level of suspicion from the Immigration Service. You should consult with an immigration attorney before proceeding.