If you have a green card, and it wasn't obtained through fraud with your wife (e.g., you did not agree to lie about your marriage to USCIS), then there isn't much they can do. The green card was based on your original marriage 3 years earlier, and not based on the more recently failed marriage.
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Depends on what allegations are made to USCIS and what proof you have that you entered into the marriage in good faith.
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If it was a real marriage, all you need to do to get your citizenship after the divorce, is to wait for 5 years in permanent resident status. You will be fine!
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