Navigating an international divorce can be complex, and at Affordable Divorce Center, we're here to provide guidance for individuals facing such situations.
If you're an American seeking a divorce from an English citizen who has moved to the US, and your spouse doesn't want a divorce, here are some steps to consider:
Jurisdiction: First, determine if US courts have jurisdiction over your divorce. This can often be established if you or your spouse is a legal resident of the US. Consult with an attorney to clarify the legal requirements in your specific state.
Legal Grounds: In most US states, you can file for a no-fault divorce, which doesn't require proving fault on either side. This is a less contentious and often faster route.
Serving Papers: Notify your spouse about the divorce proceedings. If they're in the US, this involves serving them divorce papers, typically through a process server or local law enforcement.
Response: Your spouse can respond to the divorce filing, but if they do not cooperate, the court can proceed with the divorce without their consent, especially if you meet the state's residency and separation requirements.
Division of Property: The court will decide on property division and support arrangements if necessary. Keep in mind that international divorce may involve additional complexities, especially regarding property and custody issues.
Seek Legal Assistance: It's highly advisable to consult with an experienced divorce attorney who specializes in international divorce cases. They can provide expert guidance, ensuring that your rights are protected and that the process proceeds smoothly.
At Affordable Divorce Center, we understand that divorce is a sensitive and often challenging process. When it involves international elements, the complexities can multiply. We're here to offer affordable legal services to help you navigate through the legal procedures, ensuring your rights are upheld, even if your spouse doesn't want a divorce. Our goal is to make the process as straightforward and stress-free as possible, so you can move forward with your life.
No, a person cannot travel internationally with an expired Green Card. A valid Green Card is required to enter and exit the United States. If the Green Card has expired, it is necessary to renew it before traveling.
No, Cubans who are admitted into the United States under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA) are eligible to apply for permanent residency (green card) after one year. However, not all Cubans in the US are admitted under the CAA. Cubans who enter the US through other means, such as a tourist or student visa, would need to go through the regular immigration process to obtain a green card.
To renounce a US green card, you need to file Form I-407 with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) either at a US embassy or consulate abroad, or through mail if you are already outside the US. You would need to provide your green card, a copy of your passport, and any other information requested by USCIS. Once the form is approved, you will no longer be considered a US permanent resident.
If you actually had a green card and you lost it, take your passport to the local Immigration office and fill out the form to replace it. They will put a temporary stamp in your passort while you wait for your new green card.
If you have Indian citizenship,passport and got US GC then for Bahamas, Canada, Mexico and Switzerland you don't need visitor or tourist visa.You can travel to Costa Rica without needing a visa too.Assuming you have an Indian passport, the UK and France will exempt you from a Transit visa but not a visitor's visa.You'll need tourist visas for UK and France.
No. To enter Mexico from the US you would need your American passport. If you don't, you would require an ID or birth certificate when traveling by land.
Follow the link below to the Canadian government site concerning this question and scroll to the bottom where there are three buttons that address crossings by air (plane), land (car) or water (boat). Suffice to say, having a passport is a great convenience and satisfies the requirements of all three.
Concerning air: as of January 2007, a passport has become required for entry Concerning land: Photo ID plus a birth certificate (under 18 need only present a birth certificate) is currently still an option, but a passport will become required as of June 1, 2009. Concerning water: same requirements and future as land travel. Please follow the link for a more thorough treatment on rules, regulations and exceptions.
Carry your greencard. Green card is required to board a US (mainland) based flight from Puerto rico.
Yes, you can. You just have to take your green card along with your Iranian passport.
my husband and I planning to go to Italy in couple of months from now ,there for i had to ask the same question via email to the Itlay consulate and i got this answer today the 15July.2009 ,there answer is :
Here are the instructions for the visa:
CAREFULLY COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU PRINT CLEARLY AND FILL EVERY LINE, INDICATING EXACTLY THE LENGTH OF YOUR STAY AS WELL AS THE ENTRANCE AND EXIT BORDER POINTS. PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT YOUR APPLICATION SHALL NOT BE PROCESSED IF NOT LEGIBLE OR NOT COMPLETELY FILLED OUT, SIGNED AND DATED;
I hope this is help caz am sure this is the best I could get too !
A green card allows you to enter the United States. It doesn't mean it will allow you to enter other countries, though. In the case of Mexico, you need to present your international passport; if you have an American passport you may enter Mexico without needing a visa. Otherwise, some restrictions apply but in general terms, people from developed countries don't require a visa to enter Mexico.
how long a us green card holder live in uk
Green card holders can travel abroad for a maximum period of 180 days on each trip. If you need to stay outside longer for employment or religious purposes you should apply for reentry permit using application travel document, the Form I-131 which is valid for 2 years. Also you can use the Form N-470 meanwhile to preserve residence for naturalization process.
Passports had green covers from 1941 until 1976, when the cover was changed to blue, as part of the U.S. Bicentennial celebration. Green covers were again issued from April, 1993, until March, 1994, and included a special one-page tribute to Benjamin Franklin in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the United States Consular Service.
No! You can check with the Jamaica Embassy in Washington D.C. 202-452-0660
Yes, but nobody does that. When you become lawful permanent resident, you are entitled to have state issued ID or driver's license. The only chance you have to provide greencard is when you travel abroad and return to US. Greencard is the only evidence for proof that you are lawful permanent resident.
Everyone has rights to bear arm.
But need a permit.
Not unless you are less than 30 years of age and entered US before you were 15 years old.Making use of deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) policy you can file Form I-821 D in order to legalize stay in US.You need to be a graduate or a GED certificate holder with clean records and proof to prove that you are eligible to benefit from this policy and possibly become a green card holder later! Once you file the form you will not be deported for next two years and would be given a visa valid for 2 years.
The procedure is as follows:
1 First you need to get the green card :
a.The US citizen spouse should petition for your green card by filing Form I-130 and also Form I-485 to adjust the status. Once your visa is available you can get green card.You can enter US with K-3 visa while Form I-130 is processed.
b.through consular process you can stay outside US while green card processing is completed
2.After becoming a green card holder and continuous residence in US for 3 years as a green card holder you can apply for US citizenship by filing Form N-400.
You can get married, but from an immigration standpoint, it will not grant you legal status. If you are overstayed, you must leave the country and return LEGALLY in order to appropriately take advantage of the US laws and constitution. You can also apply for a green card, however, it will not be granted because your are not eligible being overstayed with an expired I94. You are an ILLEGAL alien, thus you loose your privileges.
For renewal of Green card you must use Form I-90. see related link
There are several ways to obtain new Green card. Not all ways are easy - there are certain requirements.
Yes, you can and you should. Your green card is the only way to prove that you are a US permanent resident. You are also eligible to apply for US citizenship if you have lived in the US for the past five years.
Yes green card holder can enter Canada. He/she would not require a passport.