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For her to be able to immigrate quickly to the U.S., she would have to fix things with her spouse so that he can petition for her again. They should not do that if they do not repair the marriage. If you married you current spouse before she turned 18, then he could sponsor her as a step-father, but it would take 7 years (if she divorces) or around 11 years or so to immigrate if she stays married if her spouse does not sponsor her. If she divorces, you could petition for her as an LPR, but it will still take 6 years unless she was born in the Philippines or Mexico which would take many more years if that was the case.
I am truly sorry or the bad news but the options are limited.
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