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How do previous applications affect a current one?

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My wife was married before we met. Her and her ex-husband met in Colombia and got married there. He was born in Colombia, eventually got American citizenship, and moved to US. He began to apply for her US citizenship, but they never went further with it and got divorced. She never even did an interview. This was over five years ago. Will this affect my and hers I-130 application?

Added information: They didn't have a sham marriage just for immigration or anything. They just ended up disliking each other. They had a child together.

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Assuming she is the USC. they could look at your relationship deeper as a result of the previous visa for the ex...


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Assuming she is the USC. they could look at your relationship deeper as a result of the previous visa for the ex...

I am the US citizen. She's the immigrant. I've never applied for a visa before. She did with her ex husband around ten years ago but they never really took it to the next level. They broke off the marriage before an interview was even granted.

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Yes it could affect the interview as they could look at the relationship as being for immigration purposes only... For all they know he was scammed before and bailed before the interview...


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