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I am sorry, but it is still bigamy, you need to apply for a divorce, but if she has abandoned you completley she may not be to be there for the divorce to be finalized. Go and speak to a marriage lawyer.

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Q: Can you get legally married in the United States if you were married in England and your wife abandoned you?
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