This is an immigration question. If you have not done so already, you may want to repost your question in the immigration area of Avvo. Best of luck.
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You can divorce and she can leave if this is what she wants to do.
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Absent other facts, she won't be prevented from departing. Regarding the question of where she can divorce, she'll want to talk to a divorce law attorney in her home country and ask them if it is possible to divorce a U.S. citizen from that country. If they say no, she may want to finalize the divorce here. States have differing residence and other requirements that must be met in order to file for divorce. Therefore if she chooses to divorce in the U.S., she'll want to talk to a divorce attorney in the state in which she resides. Best of luck.
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You can get divorced, she can leave the country; if she does not have any independent status, she will probably be "illegal" in the US...
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