Married to a US citizen, he does not want to get divorced. I am back in my home country. Residency card was taken away last time I flew to US. Went to inmigration office and they will not issue a tourism visa since I am still married to a US citizen. What can I do? I am afraid he is collecting taxes on my name...
File for divorce in your country. Hire a lawyer in your country and ask him or her what you need to do.
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By filing for a divorce in the country you now live in.
A foreign divorce, if legitimate and valid where issued will also be recognized in the US.
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You should go to your local attorney and ask for the procedures on getting divorced in you home country when your spouse is outside the country and does not consent. Every state and definitely every country has different rules concerning such divorces.
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