You do not lose anything, but be prepared to wait 9-12 months for her to be able to immigrate to the US assuming that you are a US citizen.
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It doesn't matter what country you get married. The location of marriage does not diminish your rights in a divorce in the U.S. How long ti will take varies from case to case according to its unique circumstances, and cannot be predicted for individual cases with any accuracy. However, 6-12 months would not be unreasonable.
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You can marry her in Mexico and it will not impair any rights you might have down the road if you were to be divorced in Michigan.
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