Is there financial responsibility to a spouse after divorce when one is a us citizen and the other received their citizenship through marriage?
Yes there is, divorce does not change any obligations from form I-864, as it says on the form: "Note that divorce does not terminate your obligations under this Form I-864."
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%DETAILS%\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nOnce the divorce is final - the non-working spouse is no longer eligible for coverage. Claims would be denied. The ex would be elibib…le for COBRA though.\n. \n. \n. \nFor more details see \n. \n. \n. \nhttp://www.steveshorr.com/dependent.definitions.htm\n. \n. \n. \nwww.steveshorr.com/cobra.htm
If a US citizen marries an illegal alien and then divorced is the US citizen still legally financially responsible for the alien after the divorce?
I believe the spousal support decision by the court in the divorce decree would take precedence here .
Answer . \nOnly on joint accounts are both spouses responsible for repayment of the debt. Unless, they reside in a community property state, if so, they are both responsibl…e for debts incurred regardless of which one holds the account. Wisconsin and Texas treat some spousal debts differently when it pertains to community property laws. Some states have rather odd laws that might hold a spouse accountable if the debt is related to "living neccessities". These statutes are seldom used by creditors; if cited it is unlikely the plaintiff could provide the necessary proof.
What are the financial responsibilities of a citizen to an alien when there is a child and no marriage?
Answer . Just because your partner has no marital binding to you does not exclude you to your responsibilities to your child. You are still liable for child support. Sorr…y, it is probably not what you wanted to hear but the child is still half yours.
Can an illegal alien who is applying for residency through marriage with a US citizen divorce and marry another US citizen while the paperwork is processing?
Answer . \nIf such action is taken the application for citizenship will become null and void and the non-citizen will have to wait the required three years before he or sh…e can refile under the marital requirements. The person may also be subject to deportation action if they have not been granted permanent resident status.
How does a foreign national who has held permanent resident status for more than 5 years apply for citizenship after divorcing a US citizen spouse?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nSo what? Don't worry about the divorce. You were a resident for five years. And as long as you were legally married and stayed out of trouble you sh…ould be granted U.S. Citizenship.\n. \nVisit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website for specific information.\n. \nhttp://www.uscis.gov
What if your spouse wants a bifurcation to speed up divorce You are a green card holder set to expire soon Gained green card through marriage to US citizen How will bifurcation affect green card renew?
Answer . if the green card is conditional - yes, it will. in order to remove the condition and become a permanent resident, you have to be married to the same person who y…ou got the conditional residence through. if you are divorced at the review time, you'll be ordered t leave the country. hire an attorney to oppose bifurcation, most likely you will be able to avoid it. another option: report domestic violence. if you can prove it - you most likely will get citizenship. permanent green card will be just renewed, no regards to marital status. good luck :)
If you live in the US, you can't force someone to stay married to you.
Impossible. It is not impossible...When you marry a US citizen, you will be granted to be here on a visitor visa for a period of months while the apps go on for you to be ....…I know I went thru this process....and when it was I received dual citizenship or you can relinquish and have only US citizenship... You have to jump thru hoops and prove that its a legal marriage , and once you have proved that your marriage and legal and legitamate....no troubles..
If a business is started by one spouse during a marriage is the other spouse entitled to part of that business if the marriage ends in divorce?
Yes because it was made and purchased since the marriage. Gifts, if proven to be for only one spouse (like a car your dad gives specifically to you) can be excluded, but anyth…ing built during the marriage, or acquired together during the marriage, is all fair game. Get an attorney if you're dealing with this issue.
Not unless the spouse signed the debt paperwork. However, will they chase one spouse to get to the other spouse, yes they will.
If you are both in the same country (whether the US or Nigeria) you can use the court system of the country you are in. If you are in different countries, then you are already… separated; divorce papers can be sent through the mail, although that is a more difficult process, particularly if your Nigerian spouse does not want to agree to the divorce or does not agree about the terms of the divorce. If worst comes to worst, you might have to travel to the country where your spouse is, to pursue the matter.
If one of the spouse is Romanian citizen the other is Indian citizen got married in Miami Florida. Can they file for divorce in US while being non-US rezidents?
I doubt you could, they could obviously file for divorce in their own country..
Yes and no. If you live in a community property state then assets you may share with your spouse could be come entangled with their debts. Generally speaking, if your spouse d…oes not pay his bills I would avoid a joint bank account or other forms of shared ownership of assets.
The applicant is a permanent resident ("green card" holder) with valid green card for a period of the past 5 years. If married to U.S. Citizen you may apply after 3 years with… valid green card. One exception prevails - if an applicant has served in the United States armed forces during war, that individual may obtain US citizenship without first becoming a permanent resident if they were in the United States upon enlistment into the U.S. military.
yes, if the citizen thinks that his spouse his annoying
I divorced my husband and had the credit card debt negotiated so that he was the responsible party for paying the debt. He does not pay on the debt therefore I found out that …I am liable for the debt because the card was opened in both names.