Under Indian Law, execution of decrees, whether foreign or domestic, is governed by the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. Foreign court decree of divorce or dissolution of marriage can be valid in India provided such decree is according to the provision of law in India as provided under section 13 of the Civil Procedure Code and Principle of law as laid down by the Indian courts. As per the latest Supreme Court judgment which had held that a decree of divorce granted by a foreign court is not valid in India if the ground is not recognized by Indian law. Judgments from "non-reciprocating territories," such as the United States can be enforced only by filing a law suit in an Indian Court for a Judgment based on the foreign judgment. The foreign judgment is considered evidentiary.
If someone has accepted the authority of a court, it cannot be open to the person to later question the authority of the court. So you object to jurisdiction of us courts as marriage was solemnised in India under Indian marriage laws.
Better to suggest that you will return from the US at the earliest.
A fraudulent act may be grounds for annulment of marriage. In case of coercion or fraud the court shall not grant a decree of nullity if
- Proceedings have not been instituted within one year after the coercion had ceased or the fraud had been discovered.
- The petitioner has with his or her free consent lived with the respondent after the coercion has ceased or the fraud had been discovered.
In such circumstances the acquiescence of the petitioner will be presumed to such an act or omission, and the right of the petitioner on these scores will be waived.