No. You absolutely may not marry someone who is still married, no matter where they were or are married. That would be bigamy.
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you cannot marry someone who is currently married even if this is in another country. If the man would get divorced, then you could marry and potentially bring him and his kids over to the US. Certainly not his wife though.
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I agree with my colleagues. Getting married to more than one person is a crime.
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