Children and Divorce
Visas - Document
What happens when a married Mexican couple with four children comes to the USA on a resident visa and the husband divorces wife because she wanted her resident card only and he has custody of children?
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Is a Mexican divorce legal in the US if married in the US?
The answer to this question depends. Divorces obtained in other countries will generally be recognized by the United States as long as no person's rights were violated. This means that contested divorces may not be allowed unless the defendant spouse was notified and had a chance to respond. Uncontested divorces are generally recognized, however, and are often very easy to obtain. You mentioned that it was a "quicky" divorce. You need to make sure that the divorce followed the procedures for Mexican...
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How big is the average Mexican family?
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What is the average size of a Mexican family?
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What is the verb for divorce?
The word divorce is already a verb. This is because "divorce" is an action. Other verbs are divorces, divorcing and divorced. Some example sentences are: "I will divorce you". "He divorces her for cheating". "Divorcing someone is not cheap". "I do not want to be divorced". ...
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