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Does getting married again 3 weeks prior to the expiration of conditional 2-year green card looks suspicious to the USCIS as well as to the Immigration judge? The individual was married to a US citizen who filed for divorce claiming that she was being used for immigration purposes immediately after the immigrant received the conditional green card. The divorce finalized and right before the expiration of the status with the 1st wife, the immigrant entered into a marriage with a woman who is approximately 10+ years older than the immigrant. Please note that this isn't about me. There was no I-751 waiver filled through the 1st marriage and the immigrant entered into the US on a tourist visa and married the 1st wife after a month, so both marriages were entered in about a month's time.Will these nuances be taken into consideration by the immigration court in case this case goes to immigration court eventually? Are judges keen on looking at the dates and the evolution of the relationships? Can you also say if a potential fraud finding by the immigration services will be taken serious by the immigration judge him/herself?