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Hi This is XXXXX. I am H1B visa with my husband. We did register marriage at India and now want to get divorce. I want to marry other person who is at India and I am planning to come here on tourist visa. Is it possible?
Thanks for your answer. Here are the answers to your question;
1) I am working at Schlumberger through Randstad Technologies at Houston TX.
2) Person to whom I want to marry is in India right now.
3) I hold my own H1B visa, and my husband is having his own H1B
4) I want to get divorce in USA and want to marry other person without going back to India.
Thanks for genuine advise. Actually I am not in position to go India because of my leave problem and for this reason I don't want to get it delayed. What I am thinking is if he will get B2 visa then will just get married here and he will go back. After he reaches there will file for H4 visa and again he comes to USA.
If you have good lawyer to file my divorce and get marry with other one please suggest. or please advise where we need to file divorce.
The person I want to marry he has already tried for B2 visa and it denied, so should he try again for B2 visa and if this doesn't work then I will plan to visit India and get marry with him. But the big question comes here is if second time his B2 visa get canceled then how much chances to get H4 visa?
My husband is agree for divorce but still we are not living seperate. Can I still file divorce ?
Thanks for all your true and genuine advice. I am in talk with one attorney and am going to file divorce. Once I get divorce, I am planning to visit India to remarry. But during this visit I need to go for H1B stamping as it expires on 30 Sep, 2013. My question is do I need to show my divorce status, And if not then will it cause problem to get H4 visa to my husband after I remarry?
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