August 05, 2016, 08:10 pm Immigration lawyer raises questions about Melania Trump’s past By Harper Neidig An immigration lawyer revealed that Melania Trump received a green card for marriage in 2001, four years before she married Donald Trump, Univision reported Friday night. She has previously said that Trump is her first husband. But immigration attorney Michael Wildes, who worked for the Trump Organization, told Univision that the GOP nominee’s wife obtained the green card in 2001 "based on marriage,” though she did not marry Trump until January 2005. “Ms. Trump received citizenship in 2006 and prior to that she had a green card based on marriage,” Wildes said. “Before that, she had a work visa and was in full compliance on her visas and never disrespected any of them. That has been made clear to me.” When asked to explain the discrepancy, Wildes told Univision he would seek clarification, but later emailed to say, “I didn’t hear back, sorry.” Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger said the Donald Trump campaign reacted with a statement that said: "Melania was not married prior to her marriage to Mr. Trump in 2005." Schreckinger also tweeted more details from Wilders, a few hours after Univision story was first published. http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box...-lawyer-raises-questions-about-melania-trumps --- Post Merged, Aug 5, 2016 --- If this is true, and she did indeed get a GC for marriage before being married, Trump is finished. Of course, it's too early to tell. We're hearing one lawyer who might just want the spotlight for a day.