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  1. #1
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    Default U.S. Divorce of No-U.S. Residents

    My question involves divorce in the State of: New Mexico

    My ex-boyfirend and I got married in New Mexico during vacations in the US.
    Back in Europe, 2 months after, this marriage was a total failure, incompatibility will be the main reason. We didn't transfer the mariage certificate in our country. How can i ask for a divorce, when all the forms that i can download on the web require to be NM residents ? What is the procedure for non US residents ?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: U.S. Divorce of No-U.S. Residents

    You can't divorce in New Mexico without meeting the state's residency requirements. You should be able to divorce in the country in which you reside, even if you married elsewhere.

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