I am married for 7 months and my husband and I cant work things out anymore so he filed for a complaint of divorce and we both signed last feb 28 2017, and I am back in the philippines now and he lives in las vegas nevada. But we dint have the final divorce papers on hand yet. I have a scheduled interview here in the philippines for spousal visa, so I have to show a proof that we are already divorce. I am just wandering what foes closed means at the status of our case when I search it online at family law record.
Consult with an attorney in the county where the divorce case was filed. It sounds like the divorce case may be closed. It is not clear whether a divorce decree was signed by the Judge and whether you are in fact divorced.
My response is merely a suggestion. I am not licensed to practice law in NV and my response is not legal advice.
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You need to see what is identified as having been filed in the case before it was closed. Could be it was closed because a final Decree of Divorce was entered. Or could be it was closed because no final Decree was submitted (or what was submitted was not approved) and the deadlines for proceeding had passed.
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You could always call the court clerk to ask for clarification of what happened in the case.
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