You have actually been married nearly 2 years. The length of your marriage is not affected by your cohabitation status. As so much time has gone by, your chances of getting an annulment have been decreased. The safer option is to divorce, but you will need to follow all legal requirements for service of process, which includes making reasonable, documented attempts to find your husband. You should at least consult with an attorney regarding local practice, so you don't waste time and money on a DIY project -- we attorneys often make far more money on botched DIY projects than if folks had retained us from the start, and some mistakes cannot be fixed at any price.
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