Marriage is still a very popular and important decision. In some countries, nearly every\ncouple who makes the decision to live together and raise a family will become married,\nalthough this has become less socially relevant in many western countries.\n
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Marriage is still a very popular and important decision. In some countries, nearly every
couple who makes the decision to live together and raise a family will become married,
although this has become less socially relevant in many western countries.
Unhappy or unsatisfactory marriages may lead to divorce. In the United States the rate of
divorce has increased dramatically over the last 50 years or so. Many marriages end in
divorce. Some people have been married and divorced many times.
Marriage may not mean much to some couples, but it does have financial and legal
significance. If a couple decide to separate, the fact that they were married and got divorced
may mean that any assets they had during their marriage may need to be distributed
according to the laws in the place they are living. The welfare and custody of the children of
the married couple may be determined by the fact that the couple was married.
Marriage and divorce also affect immigration and visa formalities. Usually, an application
for a visa by one person will be accompanied by an application for a visa for a spouse and
any children. The presentation of a Mexican marriage certificate may be needed if the
applicant is from Mexico. In some circumstances, immigration authorities may need to
examine other personal documents. For example if an applicant has stated that they have
been married twice and wish to bring their second spouse into a country they may need to
show a divorce certificate proving that they were genuinely divorced from the first spouse
as well as a marriage certificate for the second spouse.
Whenever any important official documents, including Mexican divorce certificates are not
printed in English, they will need to be translated using an officially
accepted Mexicandivorce certificate translation service before they will be accepted for
use by immigration authorities.
A Mexicandivorce certificate translation service will normally deal with many official
document translations and it would be uncommon for anyone who has been told they need
to present a divorce certificate translation to not use the same translation service for other
personal documents at the same time.
Another reason for a Mexican divorce certificate translation is if the person wishes to
remarry in the U.S., or any other country other than Mexico. Bigamy is frowned upon and in
most countries, with few exceptions (some Islamic countries, for example), is illegal. That
means that the body that carries out the marriage ceremony may wish to verify that the
people getting married have actually officially divorced or have never been married before.
It would be usual to be asked whether the people getting married have any reason why
they could not do so legally and obviously being married to someone else, even if it is back
in Mexico, would be a reason.
If you have been divorced in Mexico and have a Mexican divorce certificate, it is sensible to
have the certificate translated at some point before you decide to move out of the borders
of Mexico. You never know when you might need a Mexican divorce certificate
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