My foreign spouse wants to divorce me after NOID?
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Why are you admitting to bigamy and attempted immigration fraud on a public forum such as AVVO, where your home address can be obtained from your IP address/ISP provider? To answer to your questions, it appears she found out you were a criminal (a bigamist, at a minimum) is seeking a divorce or otherwise to have the marriage invalidated and has obtained her own immigration attorney. Her odds or status as an immigrant are no longer any of your concern, you have much more to be concerned about now.
Peace be with you, and may love guide you.
A US citizen may be convicted of immigration fraud.
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Other options may be available to her if not through you but that is for her to determine, not for you to investigate.
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She may attempt to file an application for a green card based on the violence against women act, VAWA, which allows spouses to petition independently if they were abused physically emotionally etc., but I think that these cases are limited to people who have a valid marriage. Since you had a sham marriage, that would preclude her from VAWA relief, but more investigation would be required. This is a very unique case.
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I'm not sure what you are getting at because you keep asking about her. If you were already married when you married her, there was no marriage, so she's not really your concern. However, if I were you, I would hire an immigration/criminal defense attorney: bigamy is a crime.