Can we speed up our wedding and file all over again after my I751 was denied?

Question Detail: In 2010, I married a citizen and filed for my green card. I obtained my green card in 2012 and divorced my husband in 2014. In 2016, my I751 was denied. I have been in a very exclusive relationship over a year and had plans on marrying. I am a teacher and would want to keep my job and status. 

Answer: If the USCIS did not deny your i-751, petition to remove condition, on the ground of marriage fraud, your second husband can file petition for you.  On the other hand, if it was denied on marriage fraud, your second husband may encounter problem in his I-130 visa petition for you due to a special immigration law that bars immigrant visa for anyone who engaged in marriage fraud.

You better retain immigration counsel to assist you.