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Well if your only married a short time I can see as clear cut no assets to divide...


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Depending on your state, yes it can be that easy to get a uncontested divorce. You'd still need to sign something, but even if you don't, eventually she'd get her divorce.


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So you got to America, got married, and now she wants a divorce all within the 90 days of you arriving? I'm assuming you have only a couple days left of your 90 day authorized stay or even that it has ended. I'm also assuming that you haven't filed for AOS or that it is still processing.

Here's where those assumptions have led me (forgive me if they're wrong). You have two basic options since you have no way to adjust your status without her sponsoring you. You need to either sign the divorce papers and get on a plane as soon as possible to lessen your overstay. Or you can see if she's open to counseling for a few months to see if you can work things out. You might have to offer to delay filing your AOS. The reason I say to delay your AOS process (even though you'd be out of status) is because it's a lot of money for someone to invest if they think the marriage is not working out. If you delay your AOS you will accumulate overstay and it can result in you being banned from the USA for a period of time. But it might be the only way to save your relationship.

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So you got to America, got married, and now she wants a divorce all within the 90 days of you arriving? I'm assuming you have only a couple days left of your 90 day authorized stay or even that it has ended. I'm also assuming that you haven't filed for AOS or that it is still processing.

Here's where those assumptions have led me (forgive me if they're wrong). You have two basic options since you have no way to adjust your status without her sponsoring you. You need to either sign the divorce papers and get on a plane as soon as possible to lessen your overstay. Or you can see if she's open to counseling for a few months to see if you can work things out. You might have to offer to delay filing your AOS. The reason I say to delay your AOS process (even though you'd be out of status) is because it's a lot of money for someone to invest if they think the marriage is not working out. If you delay your AOS you will accumulate overstay and it can result in you being banned from the USA for a period of time. But it might be the only way to save your relationship.

thnk you so much

yes didnt filed the AOS yet

we got morried 1month ago and now she wanted divorce,,only because different of religion .

dont know wat to do bro

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thnk you so much

yes didnt filed the AOS yet

we got morried 1month ago and now she wanted divorce,,only because different of religion .

dont know wat to do bro

Why is your religion a problem now? Did she not know your religious preferences?


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Why is your religion a problem now? Did she not know your religious preferences?

Could just be a case of misunderstanding, sometimes you don't always know how devout someone is until you spend day in and day out with them.

Either way, it doesn't really seem that relevant to the Op's question.

OP, divorce processes vary by state, so you may need to do some digging or provide us with a bit more information on your location.

Generally though, if you have only been married for such a short time and the divorce is agreed upon, I can't see there being any issues.

You will not be able to adjust status once you are divorced though, and effectively lose you path to permanent residency and thus should exit the country to avoid overstaying.

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Could just be a case of misunderstanding, sometimes you don't always know how devout someone is until you spend day in and day out with them.

Either way, it doesn't really seem that relevant to the Op's question.

OP, divorce processes vary by state, so you may need to do some digging or provide us with a bit more information on your location.

Generally though, if you have only been married for such a short time and the divorce is agreed upon, I can't see there being any issues.

You will not be able to adjust status once you are divorced though, and effectively lose you path to permanent residency and thus should exit the country to avoid overstaying.

Well he stated that was the issue and maybe its a fixable thing its been less than 90 days and they were in love. Maybe i am not sure someone could try to convert if religion is such am issue and if they wanted.

There are many folks that make it work with different religions but its up to the OP and fiancee if they love each other enough to try.

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Well he stated that was the issue and maybe its a fixable thing its been less than 90 days and they were in love. Maybe i am not sure someone could try to convert if religion is such am issue and if they wanted.

There are many folks that make it work with different religions but its up to the OP and fiancee if they love each other enough to try.

While that's true, it's probably best to not play marriage counselor unless the OP specifically asks for advice in such an area.


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"What's this CD thing?" "I am pretty sure that's your medical stuff" "Really? I was hoping that guy just slipped me his mixtape.."

"Eating all those Cheetos before getting fingerprints done probably wasn't the best idea... The look on the face of the lady who took them - just sheer disappointment"

 

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thnk you so much

yes didnt filed the AOS yet

we got morried 1month ago and now she wanted divorce,,only because different of religion .

dont know wat to do bro

While that's true, it's probably best to not play marriage counselor unless the OP specifically asks for advice in such an area.

This is where he asked and i was keeping in theme as it went into religion. And asking for advice. :yes:


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This is where he asked and i was keeping in theme as it went into religion. And asking for advice. :yes:

Well alright, sounded more like he wants to know what to do about the divorce and his status, not how to save the marriage.

But you do you.


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~Just a hopeful hopeless romantic~ Currently: My husband is an LPR, how it's time to help others.

"What's this CD thing?" "I am pretty sure that's your medical stuff" "Really? I was hoping that guy just slipped me his mixtape.."

"Eating all those Cheetos before getting fingerprints done probably wasn't the best idea... The look on the face of the lady who took them - just sheer disappointment"

 

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11/21/2015 - Packet 3 Received
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10/12/2016 - Biometrics Appointment
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