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Can someone help me figure out the rules of divorcing in nyc after just 1 week into marriage on the k1 visa. his visa i-194 expired and i didn't file the AOS just yet. we both agree to do this quick, clean and fast. we own nothing, we just made a big mistake. HELP ME PLEASE!

Is there a rule if it's only been 1 week, it could be easier? or is all treated equal?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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just file divorce in local court, and ask the spouse to return to his/her country and contact USCIS, and ask them how to proceed. I hope things will work out for you. Good Luck..

P.S. Marriages are made in Heaven, I hope all will work.. just think before you proceed.


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im pretty sure you can get an annulment


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he wont really cooperate now. he wants to flee the US back to Russia within a week. Is it okay for me to file paperwork on my own here? what if he refuses to sign stuff? I hope he doesn't need to show his face.

In some jurisdictions you can file on grounds of abandonement after a period of time I believe. If he does leave you can go ahead. I don't think that route is fast though. What is he fleeing from?


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Found this, doesn't seem like brevity counts for annulments in New York. You probably have to do a regular divorce, but if you're both on board, it can probably be fairly simple and inexpensive. If I were you, I'd google "do it yourself divorce" or something to find out how to work it without a lawyer. That's probably where the major expense comes in. Good luck.

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  • If either spouse is incurably incapable of having sexual intercourse, the marriage may be annulled.
  • Both parties must be over the age of 18 years. A marriage between persons under the age of 18 years may be annulled, at the discretion of the Court, if the spouse under 18 wants an annulment.
  • If, after marriage, either partner becomes incurably insane for five years or more, the marriage can be annulled. However, the sane spouse may be required to support the insane spouse for life.
  • The parties must knowingly consent to the marriage. It may be voided if either spouse consents to marry as a result of the force or duress of the other spouse; or either spouse cannot understand the nature, effect and consequences of marriage.
  • The marriage may be annulled where the consent was obtained by fraud, provided the fraud was such that it would have deceived an ordinarily prudent person and was material to obtaining the other party's consent. The fraud must be such as to go to the essence of the marriage contract. Only the injured spouse can obtain the annulment on lack of consent.

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In some jurisdictions you can file on grounds of abandonement after a period of time I believe. If he does leave you can go ahead. I don't think that route is fast though. What is he fleeing from?

In NY it is considered "abandonment" after one year.

However, a lawyer can get around this. I don't know how, but they do, I know this firsthand. ;)


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In NY it is considered "abandonment" after one year.

However, a lawyer can get around this. I don't know how, but they do, I know this firsthand. ;)

There you go!


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Im confused! You go through all the hell to get him here and you want a divorce? You all cant work this out? Also, I looked at your timeline and it says you got married June 11, thats longer than 1 week. Plzzzzzzz think this through before you make any harsh decisions. Evidently at one point in time you thought he was worth all the money you have spent and the hell you went through to get him here. Plz just think this through.

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Im confused! You go through all the hell to get him here and you want a divorce? You all cant work this out? Also, I looked at your timeline and it says you got married June 11, thats longer than 1 week. Plzzzzzzz think this through before you make any harsh decisions. Evidently at one point in time you thought he was worth all the money you have spent and the hell you went through to get him here. Plz just think this through.

He is the one who wants to leave. He does not want to be here.


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: China
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Can someone help me figure out the rules of divorcing in nyc after just 1 week into marriage on the k1 visa. his visa i-194 expired and i didn't file the AOS just yet. we both agree to do this quick, clean and fast. we own nothing, we just made a big mistake. HELP ME PLEASE!

Is there a rule if it's only been 1 week, it could be easier? or is all treated equal?

I have a close friend the same thing happened with a woman from the Ukraine, she did not want to be here. IT was not him it was her being homesick and lack of transportation around the city. She also knew English. They however did not get married in the 90 days. After a few months she wanted to go back. So he sent her back.. After she got home and was there awhile she then changed her mind and wanted to come back again. Well the second time was a disaster. It took almost a 1.5 yrs to get her back here. K-1 one enty visa. He leaves he can't come back he will be on the USCIS radar. Sorry about that I can't tell you how many overseas trips I made to find the right one.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Jordan
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He is the one who wants to leave. He does not want to be here.

If you read it again she says this: "we both agree to do this quick, clean and fast. we own nothing, we just made a big mistake. HELP ME PLEASE!" Then she says that he wont cooperate and wants to flee the US. When she says we, that means both of them not just him.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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I know they both agreed to the divorce and how they both made a mistake. But your reply sounds like you are putting it all on her. Saying she is not doing enough to work on her marriage, when in fact he wants nothing to do with the US and wants to leave asap. She cannot work on a marriage alone. It takes 2.

Anyways I just wanted to point out she wasn't trying to get rid of him, he wants to leave. That is just how I read your post. It seem to me anyways you were taking a shot at her not doing enough.


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K-1 & 4 K-2'S
Filed 05-09-07
Interview 03-12-08
Visa received 04-21-08
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Married 06-21-08
AOS X5
Filed 07-08-08
Cards Received01-22-09
Roc X5
Filed 10-17-10
Cards Received02-22-11
Citizenship
Filed 10-17-11
Interview 01-12-12
Oath 06-29-12

Citizenship for older 2 boys

Filed 03/08/2014

NOA/fee waiver 03/19/2014

Biometrics 04/15/14

Interview 05/29/14

In line for Oath 06/20/14

Oath 09/19/2014 We are all done! All USC no more USCIS

 

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Jordan
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No. Nothing at her except she needs to try and talk with him and see if he wont stay. Maybe he is home sick and if they just pull together they can work through this! And hes not posting this she is. Thats why I am talking to her. Dont mean to sound shitty just trying to make sure she doesnt do something she will regret later.

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