How would one go about getting divorced in Colombia? What documents are needed, what is the cost and how time consuming is it.

Posted on January 12, 2006


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I recently read in El Tiempo that they've introduced an accelerated procedure where you (and your spouse) just have to go to the notary, pay like 30.000 pesos, sign a statement and wait for about a month. You can only go this way if you don't have any children and the divorce is by mutual agreement.

Posted on January 12, 2006


I recently read in El Tiempo that they've introduced an accelerated procedure where you (and your spouse) just have to go to the notary, pay like 30.000 pesos, sign a statement and wait for about a month. You can only go this way if you don't have any children and the divorce is by mutual agreement.

Posted on January 12, 2006


How about getting an anullment How much time can go by in order for someone to still be able to get an anullment.

Posted on January 12, 2006


Catholic Church or Civil Ceremony?? nt

Posted on January 12, 2006


I'm sorry too Actually I sent out my I-130 last month and I received my I-797 this week which mean I can now apply for the I-129f. Without getting into much details my wife has been a real bit%$ lately. I am not a rich guy and have always stated that and I do what I can. She doesnt have much of a life being that she doesn't work or go to school and all we seem to do is argue now. I feel like I am giving much more in the relationship then I am getting out of it and I am getting tired of it. I now I'm not perfect but I feel another woman would put more effort into the relationship and criticize me a lot less. I am 28 my wife is 22, I originally didnt believe she was ready for a serious relationship/marriage she tried to prove me others which she did, but now I'm not so sure.

Posted on January 12, 2006


I had a civil ceremony a little over a month ago in Barranquilla.

Posted on January 12, 2006


I think you are giving up alittle easy. Colombian likes to molest, my wife molest me all the time but I would not trade her for a million dollars. Well let me think about that for a minute..... well if someone offered me a million dollars I might think about it.



When I filed the paperwork for my wife she was a pain in my @ss all she did was complain, nothing I did was right. Well I ended up waiting for about 1 year fighting with immigrations and finally getting her here. Things have not been perfect but I am glad I did not give up either. It is just too easy to throw in the towel. Try to work around it, it only takes alittle effort.

Posted on January 12, 2006


Hi ElCheAmericano,



I am sorry to here what is happening to you. You and I use to communicate through here and visajourney.com. I believe you live in Miami or South Florida. Good luck with anything if you need to talk I am here PM me and I will send you my telephone number. Hope things work out for you.



My fiancée and I should have our interview in February.



Good luck,



Peter Miami

Posted on January 12, 2006


Stanmoonie, you are correct I am giving up to early. I am going to reach down and grab a pair and see this thing thru. Peter I sent you a PM.

Posted on January 12, 2006


Good Luck Hi ElCheAmericano,



Good luck with everything. If you need anything I am here, I also PM you



Regards,



Peter Miami

Posted on January 12, 2006