Tax ID and Green Card are irrelevant. You serve them with papers like anyone else.
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The fastest way is to start an action for breakdown of the marriage for 6 months or more. How fast it will be will depend on how much fighting if any goes on delaying the divorce.
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The fastest way is to commence a divorce immediately and convince your spouse not to contest the divorce. Your spouse's lack of a social security number will not prevent you from obtaining a divorce but may require additional forms. Some courts allow uncontested divorces to be completed without including a social security number and some require you to provide an additional affidavit explaining the reason for not including the social security number.
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I would recommend simply commencing a divorce action and having him served. Your spouse does not need a Social Security No., or any government issued ID in order for you to successful obtain a divorce. Depending on several factors, this may impact his application - if this is in fact a concern for you be sure to consult with an immigration attorney first. An uncontested divorce will be relatively inexpensive (www.uncontesteddivorceny.com).
The same as in any other case. You must start an action for divorce and file it with the appropriate court. It is always recommended to do so with the assistance of attorney, since this is a legal action, and requires legal expertise.
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Probably the fastest, cheapest way is to engage a low-cost local attorney who handles a large number of uncontested divorces (if you have no dispute with your husband). Yes, it may still be possible for your husband to obtain legal immigration status, but you should speak with an immigration attorney to review all the details to be sure. Good luck!
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The only way he can apply for a green card on his own if he files as an abused spouse a VAWA petition (if he has grounds). If he divorces you and does not file under VAWA, he can still obtain his green card through another spouse (assuming he qualifies in all other respects). As far as obtaining a divorce, file a summons with notice and serve him and hope that your husband does not contest the divorce so that it goes on the uncontested docket.
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You can proceed on a divorce action even if your spouse does not have a social security #/tax ID/greencard etc, as long as you meet the residency requirements to file for divorce in New York. An attorney can assist you in completing an uncontested divorce relatively quickly (about 3 months) and inexpensively, without the need for a court appearance.
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