Pacifica Legal Services | Floyd Fernandez
The short answer is yes, if the divorce is finalized, and you are able to demonstrate that the previous marriage and the petition for permanent legal residency was done for love and legitimate desire to help the former spouse, and the present marriage was done for the same reason, not just to be a marriage visa scam. USCIS will look closely on your background when you previously married, and for the evidence that your new marriage is either for love or for just a visa for your new wife, which is a fraud that could result in deportation for your new wife and prison for you. If you want to further discuss your issues and wish the help of an immigration lawyer, feel free to call or e-mail me to set up an in-person or phone consultation.
Answer Applies to: California