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We went for the interview in Charlotte. We did not get green card as lady said she had to check out the revocable divorce that my husband had from previous wife. It was through the legal system in the UAE but also tied to rules of Islam. It is revocable, but it is like ours in that he would still have to remarry her if it was revoked. The american embassy there stamped our marriage, etc. Does anyone know anything about this?

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I don't know about the UAE, but I found this on the US Embassy site for Ankara. "Revocable divorces are not recognized by the United States. If an applicant received a revocable divorce..., it must be finalized, written as final on the divorce decree and registered in the birth certificate."

http://ankara.usembassy.gov/iranian_applicants.html


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I don't know about the UAE, but I found this on the US Embassy site for Ankara. "Revocable divorces are not recognized by the United States. If an applicant received a revocable divorce..., it must be finalized, written as final on the divorce decree and registered in the birth certificate."

http://ankara.usembassy.gov/iranian_applicants.html

Thanks,

I appreciate you looking for me. I do not know what we will do if they do not accept it. I mean he cannot legally divorce her again, as he would have to remarry her first to divorce her again. We will wait to see what comes and then maybe get an attorney.

Again...thanks.

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From the blub I pasted, it doesn't sound as if one would have to divorce again. Perhaps a revocable divorce can be made to suit the US requirement. You should have your husband make an enquiry in the UAE to see if they can direct him.


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I mean, he cannot legally divorce her again, unless they remarry and divorce again.

This makes no sense whatsoever. Although he legally cannot divorce her again, he would need to marry and divorce her again so this time around the divorce gets validated.

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