Your prior marriages will not affect your application if you never applied for status. Your fiance's conviction should not affect your application, either unless it is for sexual assault or endangering the welfare of a child. Her divorce could have some influence depending on the timing and if she ever sponsored someone else for a green card. In short, you need to consult with a lawyer to review the details before taking any action.
If she is a citizen and you get married, she can file an I-130 petition for you. There may be other ways for you to obtain permanent residence in the U.S., but you would need to consult an immigration lawyer to determine all of your options.
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If you're not legally in the US, or didn't last enter the US with a valid visa ... you'll probably need a waiver.
Meet with a lawyer.
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UNless he felony has to do with sexual abuse of a minor or violence against previous spouse, and/or you have barged into this country via border without being inspected or came on one fo those restricted visas, yes, you can.
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Your previous marriages will not matter if you never applied for immigration benefits through them. Hopefully you can show divorces for each. If you marry your current GF and she petitions you, you can then obtain a GC. The fact that she has a felony on her record should have no effect on her ability to sponsor you, unless the felony was for a sexual crime involving a minor.
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The facts you describe will not prevent your acquiring a green card. However, as my colleagues have stated more information needs to be reviewed before you rely on an answer here.
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