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Can I re-marry my ex-wife and file for a green card for her?
I obtained my US passport through marriage, but my wife, in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, decided to end our six-year marriage. Despite all efforts to salvage it, she filed for divorce, leaving me with the shared debts, which I have since managed to handle. It has been two years since our divorce, and I find myself feeling lonely, realizing that I cannot be without a partner. I am 40 years old and have three children from a previous marriage.

During a recent visit to drop off my kids after spending a few days with me, I noticed a positive change in my ex-wife. She appeared younger and more desirable, having overcome the addictions that contributed to our divorce. Now, I am contemplating remarrying her and exploring the possibility of filing for a green card for her to join me in the USA with our children.

Our original marriage, through which I obtained US citizenship, was genuine, spanning seven years with shared experiences. Despite the serious issues that led to our separation, I am seeking advice on the possibility of remarriage and the feasibility of filing a green card for my ex-wife. Your guidance on this decision would be greatly appreciated.
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