I met a guy from brazil, and I want to marry him. He lives in Brazil now. ¿What should I do?
Your question is one that you should answer yourself, but from a legal standpoint it would be right for you to check into his life and background, have a prenuptial agreement formulated and notarized by the two of you (way too many foreigners use Americans to simply gain entry into our exceptional country, by far the best one in the history of the world) and assure that he is committed to living here, not over there. Good things come to those who wait. Have him be your fiance for awhile before jumping into something you may regret.
I agree with Mr. Boston. It's easy to get married; difficult to get divorced. Check him out thoroughly before you put your life and happiness in someone else's hands. Good luck.
Please be advised that this legal advice does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. I am licensed in Florida, therefore, the answers provided are general legal responses. You should check with a lawyer in your State for complete legal advise.
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