Confusing question. Please restate.
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I agree with my colleague. If the marriage was based in love 6 months ago, your nrphew may refuse to file forbthevremovsl of her conditions. This case sounds complicated and itbis best to consult an attorney.
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You start by your nephew marrying and end up with you marrying. Girl from the Philippines or any other place for that matter, is a not a toy or luggage. You cannot bring her in and then send her back when you do not like her any-longer. You do not want to be with her any longer, get a divorce, move out and get a life. Do not worry about her immigration status. She is an adult and will take care of herself, I am sure. Your nephew cannot "send her back" on a whim.
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