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Ok without going into too many details. My Philippina gf and I had been dating for over 3 years. We had a terrible disagreement and I ended the relationship. We quickly lost contact, but 6 months later, resumed contact via emails. I suddenly lost contact with her again, as she stopped responding to my emails until 3 months later. She had gone through a marriage with an american man she met shortly after our breakup. She is currently residing in Texas under that condition.

She had planned on resuming relations with me when we regained contact, but she informed me that she stopped contacting me because she was told by her new family members that I had already remarried, which I hadnt. So under the pretense of their lie, she went through with the marriage with him.

I understand this may seem very soapish, but I am hoping for an answer to this one question.

If she were to want to divorce this man, her husband of 2-3 months, so as to marry me, would she lose her temporary status and be shipped back, losing eligability, or would she be able to continue her status with me?

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She should get divorced, and return to her country. Then you can petition her for a few visa.


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Well, if she hasn't adjusted status, I'm not sure she'd be able to do so without her original marriage being intact. That means she would have to leave the U.S. before her K-1 expired and once her divorce was final, you would need to petition for her again.

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Just my 2 cent if I am sitting in the NVC seat I would view this case with much doubt. Getting married to first US National and then divorce in 2-3 months and getting married to second US National and apply again, to me it would seem that all she wanted was to be in US.

just my thoughts........

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dude, she is shopping for a green card. you were the second best offer, at least. maybe 3rd or 4th or 5th...

you don't want this one. your gut should be telling you this by now.


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dude, she is shopping for a green card. you were the second best offer, at least. maybe 3rd or 4th or 5th...

you don't want this one. your gut should be telling you this by now.

I don't like to be judgmental, but I have to agree with this. You broke up with her, and six months later she's already living in Texas with her new husband? There is NO WAY she started this new relationship AFTER she broke up with you. :unsure:

Even if things progressed at a lightening pace, there would have to be at least a few weeks of online courtship, a trip to the Phils to satisfy the 2 year meeting requirement, filing the I-129F immediately on return, incredibly fast processing by USCIS and the embassy in Manila, followed by an approved visa, a quick trip to the US, and then marriage to her Texas fiance. If it was a CR1 then it would have taken even longer.

No, she had this guy on a stringer before you broke up with her. Who knows how many other guys she may have also been playing. When you broke up she probably told this guy to file the petition the next day. Now she's probably decided she doesn't much like living where she's living, or who she's living with, so she's looking for greener pastures in addition to a green card.

I'm sorry, but the timeline just screams fraud. Keep shopping. You don't want this one. :no:


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I don't like to be judgmental, but I have to agree with this. You broke up with her, and six months later she's already living in Texas with her new husband? There is NO WAY she started this new relationship AFTER she broke up with you. :unsure:

Even if things progressed at a lightening pace, there would have to be at least a few weeks of online courtship, a trip to the Phils to satisfy the 2 year meeting requirement, filing the I-129F immediately on return, incredibly fast processing by USCIS and the embassy in Manila, followed by an approved visa, a quick trip to the US, and then marriage to her Texas fiance. If it was a CR1 then it would have taken even longer.

No, she had this guy on a stringer before you broke up with her. Who knows how many other guys she may have also been playing. When you broke up she probably told this guy to file the petition the next day. Now she's probably decided she doesn't much like living where she's living, or who she's living with, so she's looking for greener pastures in addition to a green card.

I'm sorry, but the timeline just screams fraud. Keep shopping. You don't want this one. :no:

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I've read this thread several times and have tried to look at it from her viewpoint...

Even putting this in the best light and assuming that she's not "greencard shopping" there are still a lot of questions:

Apparently she trusted this guy and "her new family" more than she trusted you?

If you love someone, and I mean really truly from the deepest part of you love someone then how can you not trust them? Why didn't she ask you if you'd already found another woman and married her?

You said that you had a 3 year relationship with this woman, why was she able to so easily dismiss you then?

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I would walk away. This sounds like a lot of drama for someone to potentially use you. Even if she isn't using you for anything, I wouldn't be able to trust her after this.

I know that is not what you're asking, but you two had your chance, and it didn't work out. It didn't work out twice and now she's married. Let it go and find someone else who loves you.


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I agree. She sounds like trouble.


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12/13/2006 - Married my hubby in Gambia (West Africa)

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06/01/2008 - Received Denial Email

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04/13/2009- husband arrested for domestic violence (Aggravated Assault-Felony)

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09/10/2009- Divorce Trial (Continued)

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