Will getting a divorce make it harder to get permanent residence?

Yes it is harder. They will look at your time here. Have you held a steady job? How long were you there? Did you get arrested or have convictions while you were here? Can you support yourself? Do you already have a place of your own to live? These are the kinds of things they are looking for.

What is the divorce rate between average americans and the celebrities?

I bet for celebrities it is higher because the pressure of traveling and doing love scenes in movies can be hard for the spouses. You have to be a strong person to hear about or see the love scenes. Celebrities also get a lot of flattery.

After my divorce hearing, will they mail me a divorce certificate? How long does it take?

Yes, all courts will mail a final divorce decree however when depends on the state and the court. Some states have waiting periods after the divorce papers have been filed. Some will require a wait of 30, 60 days even up to 6 months after the papers have been filed before you are legally divorced. If your state has a waiting period, you will receive papers by mail once the time has expired. If not, it should not take more than a few weeks to a month, all depending on how busy the clerks office is.

How do I get a cheap divorce without using a divorce attorney?

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I agree with divorce. We are just people after all and we do change as we grow older. Sometimes that change in us and the changes in life with the people we are committed too just don't work out. It is a part of life. If we knew the path our life was going to take, we would have reached our destination some time ago, but we don't. We live for the now, plan for best and have faith in what we believe. The choices we make are the ones that drive our feelings, at times those choices become what we feel are mistakes. We live, we learn and life goes on. When we are broken from love, we find it in ourselves to move forward, while at times when moving forward - we leave behind our lovers. Why? It is just the way life roles some......


Yes, but contact a lawyer. There is a waiting period, but it's once you state to a judge that you can not find the spouse the waiting period starts.


It's not something you can DO ... just BE THERE with him ... respect it when he wants to be alone .... occasionally remind him it's not his fault .... and that he stil has two parents .... You could also ask him what he would do to prevent this ever happening in his future marriage. Don't accept abuse .... but try to hang in there when his moods change....


if you live in ca, you file in ca. it doesn't matter where you are married. also, if you want a divorce you can do that too. the filing fee will be 320.00


education brought the second class woman into the twentieth century and with brains you get equality the problem is in many other countries the woman is taught from birth to please her man and here the little girl are taught to think for themselves. It's really not a problem but when you are a domestic goddess you aren't going to likely find a free ride as easily as staying where you are on the other hand... If you work and make enough to carry you own weight when the old man comes home late smelling like a pub and with lipstick on his collar you are easy to say buck off fastard! and leave so you do the math there kiddo and figure with education and equality you get divorce increasing off the charts because now a days there no reason to put up with any ones B S


Don't feel guilty........I was never so relieved as the day my Mom and Dad split up. Even at 10yrs old I knew that the fighting wasn't okay and that they were better off apart, of course, I never said that to my Dad, because he was heart sick, but that was 27 years ago and it proved to be the right decision for them and us kids!