No. Your new marriage will not be valid until your old one is officially over. All states have full faith and credit with each other which means they will cooperate with each other in matters such as this and recognize each others laws. Any marriage before 1/26/14 would not be valid in any state.
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Until the status ends in CA (you need to have a judgment and not merely wait) you are not free to remarry by proxy or otherwise.
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You filed for divorce in California. Therefore the laws of the state of California control. Until you are legally divorced under Califonria law, you are not legally entitled to remarry anywhere.
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