No there is no such rule that I am aware of. take care
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No limit that I have ever heard of. If this at all involved immigration or some attempt to gain financial advantage (welfare, immigration, or whatever), it could be fraud, a crime. But, as to a limit, none.
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In Alabama there is no limit to the number of times a person can marry and divorce (just as long as you are married to only one person at a time). However, as to the number of times a person can marry and get divorced "easily" is a different topic altogether.
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