No. Your divorce had nothing to do with your status and there is no reporting amongst illegal aliens divorcing. However, I ma assuming it is going to be an amicable divorce. If not, you never know what charges the other person my claim against you! It's happened to me with someone who is just an alien resident and now I am going to press charges against her to get her deported! Sad but true! * Maybe. Under USCIS laws an undocumented foreign national does not necessarily mean they unlawfully present within the U.S. Their status depends upon which country they are from and the date they entered the U.S.
Unless you got married by a back alley wanna be justice of the peace, then yes, you can get a divorce. A marriage would never be granted to undocumented immigrants if laws would be broken.
No they cannot.... they need to return to the original place they married and file for divorce there. My best friend had to do this.
i got married to someone who was a imagrant and he got deported how can i get a divorce ?
No, the divorce alone is not a reason for deportation.
yes if they are an illegal immigrant they will be deported back to where they came
The U.S. grants a married immigrant conditional permanent residence status for two years. At the time of the divorce if the two years has not past the spouse is deported after the divorce proceedings.
How do I divorce my husband who was departed to Mexico 2 years ago.
It seems that you are asking about your marriage to an undocumented immigrant (a/k/a an illegal alien). The lack of a legal immigration status has no effect on the validity of a marriage. Persons illegally present in the United States can marry citizens, or marry other undocumented immigrants, and their marriages are perfectly legal. If you married a foreigner (whether he has a visa, a green care or neither) then you remain legally married to him (even if he returns to his country) and you may not marry again unless you first obtain a legal divorce.
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Yes, you can contest your divorce in Florida. In Florida, you have to list a reason or reasons for a divorce. You are allowed to contest those reasons so they don't become a matter of public record.
You can divorce for any reason.
File for a divorce in your spouse's country. No need to .. Do it where you live
Several problems might arise because of the "undocumented" issues, which would probably void the possibility of a divorce. However, under regular circumstances persons who were married outside of the United States may indeed be divorced under the laws of the state where they have established residency.
The residency requirement for Florida is that one or the other of the spouses must have lived in Florida for six months immediately prior to filing for divorce.
No. Technically you can live in the same house and still file for divorce. Florida is a No-Fault state you dont need a reason to divorce.
In the state of Florida you cannot get a divorce in a month. It take at least 6 months to get a divorce.
It is possible to divorce even though the other person is in another country. The paperwork can be done in your place of residence.
he has sexual intercourse with the deporting agent
You can be separated one day and file for a divorce in Florida. Florida is a No-Fault state which means you can file for divorce at any time for any reason and the other person can't do anything about it.
what right do a wife of a k1 visa for 30 days have in a divorce
You may be able to get anullment instead of divorce. Go to a legal library and research data.
Have your friend contact the US Consulate nearest him and ask for assistance.
You need a divorce!
You file for divorce in the state where you are a legal resident, regardless of where you were married.