Then after almost a year I wanted to file a I-130 so my new husband could come with me to the US.
USCIS needed all divorce papers from any previous marriages, so I e-mailed my lawyer to have him send me a copy of the final divorce decree.
It was at this time that he informed me that he had not finished my divorce.
I am aware that I still need to finalize my divorce from the husband that was deported.
So my questions are .......
1.Do I have to divorce my current husband and re-marry him after the final decree is issued on the Mexican husband before I can submit the I-130?
2. If my current marriage is void now will it still be considered void after the final decree is issued?
3. Once I get the final divorce decree from the Mexican husband will the current marriage license be valid?
4, If our marriage is not void after the final decree is issued from the Mexican husband what effect will it have on me filing the I-130 for the current husband?
5. If our marriage is void do we need to talk about it on the I-130 or will it be like it never happened?
Please ADVISE me on what I should do as I do not want to loose my current husband or do anything to break the law either.
Thank you for your time and effort to help me with this deli ma
.I have not filed a i-130 for my current husband.
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