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You're going to have to get divorced before she applies for a visa to come here and marry you I'm afraid. You need to do this as soon as possible.
If she is coming here to marry she will need to apply for a fiance visa (settlement). Here is the criteria you would need to fulfill for a fiance visa,
The application will have to be supported by evidence proving the above eligibility criteria. I have suggested basic documents above, but the list is not exhaustive. They key to a successful application is producing well-collated documentary evidence for the above criteria.
She will also have to pass and english language test showing she has a basic command of spoken and listening English. She can find out approved test providers in her area by contacting the UK embassy nearest to her.
You will need to apply to the British Embassy/Consulate closest to her for fiance visa using form VAF4 which is available for download from the UKBA website
You should consider instructing a immigration solicitor to prepare an application for you. You can find local solicitors via:-
It should cost around £1000-1500+ VAT
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