She can still file for a divorce here n Florida. I've never seen a judge check the immigration status of someone seeking a divorce. But I can understand why your friend would be reluctant to go to court. She should contact an attorney to speak to somebody about her issues and how they can be resolved.Ask a similar question
She needs to hire a divorce lawyer to help with 'service by publication'.
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She should consult with a divorce lawyer.
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Hi, Your friend can still obtain a divorce, as long as she is a resident of the State of Florida for atleast 6 months prior to filing. Please contact me at (954) 315-1160 if she wishes to obtain a consultation regarding this matter.
Romaine Brown, Esq.
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