You will have to file for divorce in the same country where you got married.
The same way you divorce anybody else in that country. Talk to your lawyer.
No, the divorce alone is not a reason for deportation.
Yes, they can.
A holder in due course can potentially have more rights than than the original party. A holder merely has the same rights. However, a Holder under a Holder Due course has the right from the original holder in due course. For instance, if someone give their son a check for $100.00, the son is Holder in Due Course, but if the bank gave the check to the father, the son will be the Holder under a Holder in Due Course, whereas, the father becomes the Holder in Due Course. I learned this in my Business Law class.
the original loan holder
im holder of canadian refugee travel document,wich country i can travel?
A holder in due course can be insulated from claims against the original parties of the transaction. The holder, who has provided value in good faith,Êis thereforeÊprotected against any charges that either of the original party may have had against each other.Ê
Yes. The grant was for the life of the original life tenant and that right is all the life tenant can assign.
Yes, but I wouold recommend you apply for citizenship as you would lose your residency status if you leave the country for more than 6 months.