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If you are already a citizen, your citizenship will be retained even if you get a divorce. If you are asking, "How long before a foreign bride can divorce her husband and obtain citizenship?", then the answer is not certain. It depends if you are currently a permanent resident or not. You can check more details at www.ezvisa.us
Her location is irrelevant; you can seek a divorce wherever you are located. Simply go to an attorney to get the ball rolling.
It may indeed, but that's no reason not to get divorced in this case. See a lawyer to see what your options are.
If your marriage was based on US laws AND it is court ordered, then you have to.
Go see a Texas divorce lawyer. * File the dissolution papers in the state circuit court in the county in which you are a resident.
Why would her nationality, citizenship, or his military status disqualify her for a divorce? It would be the same as for a foreign citizen married to a civilian, or an American citizen married to someone in the military.
They would have to live with you for a certain time to get a green card and if you divorce them than they have a small chance.
As a U.S. citizen, you would divorce your immigrant husband in exactly the same way that you would divorce a spouse if he was a citizen. I am not sure from your question, but if your husband's green card status is still pending, then divorcing him during the process will affect this application. If your husband was granted a conditional green card, his permanent residence privileges may be revoked if he is divorced within two years from the date this status was granted.
none should divorce a man over seas
You file divorce in the state in which you are a resident, regardless of where you were married. So if you are resident of TX, that's where you file for divorce.
i guess. because you can call her and say we will divorce.
If a UK citizen wants to divorce a Canadian citizen, it is best to seek legal advice from a lawyer. A lawyer can assist with any questions or actions with the divorce.
Are you their lawyer? Why are you asking the question? They did not move "to the us." They moved to a state. If they live in that state long enough, they qualify to file for divorce in that state.
yes, if the citizen thinks that his spouse his annoying
I hope not. Depending on what state he files for divorce through.
You file for divorce in the state where you are a resident, even if that's not where you were married. So if you are a resident a Texas, that's where you would file for divorce.
YES! Because the wife was legally wed in the U.S. and that makes her a citizen of the United States. It is still legit even if they divorce.
no she did not have a divorce
Yes, but it is much harder for a wife to divorce her husband than for a husband to divorce his wife in Egypt.
I was told the marriage was void.A dissolution of marriage does not interfere with the process of becoming a citizen or being granted permanent resident status. The reason being is that marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically give someone citizenship or permanent resident status. USCIS procedures still take precedence and should be followed accordingly.
If you are a resident of Kansas, yes you can. In order to establish residency in Kansas, you have to live there for 60 days.
Yes, your husband can file for a divorce in Illinois if you are pregnant.