If you are married at this time, then US immigration officials will NOT recognize a marriage to another person as a valid marriage. According to U.S. laws, that second marriage is not valid at all.
You would need to divorce your first wife BEFORE you would get married to the second wife.
Based on your question, it appears to me that you definitely should consult with an experienced immigration attorney near your about your immigration situation. A good immigration attorney will help you to avoid major problems with your situation.
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No. In this country you cannot be married to more than one person at a time. It is a crime and a violation of the immigration laws.
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In our country and in NY, you cannot marry another until you divorce your first spouse. It would be be considered bigamy, which is a crime.
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