It sounds like you haven't been in a relationship in quite some time. If that's correct then it would be tough for her to petition for you even if you're legally married.
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The best place to start would be to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer who will review your case and give proper advise. This is very hard to do without seeing your documents and asking you all of the required questions. So make sure to make an appointment with an immigration lawyer.
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I do not understand what you are trying to say. Sorry.
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Is it a divorce you want or a green card?
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